Saturday, March 31, 2018


  • Bounce on your mum at 6am to tell her to get up even though it is her day off and she doesn't have to get up until 8am.
  • At 8am when she really has to get up lay on her leg and purr.
  • Lie on the bed and stretch yourself out so that she feels guilty and won't strip the bed and wash the sheets.
  • When mum gets home from her lunch out with a bestie, ignore her.  
  • Wait until she has dozed off and then sit on her and meow and beg for your dinner.
How did you enjoy your Caturday?  Did you have a fun day like me?


  1. HaHa! Bless! So much to do Poppy!x so much to think
    about...! :). Poor Mum! But, you know after all that
    she still loves and feeds you...What a lovely life
    you pussy~cats have..then you get to sleep as well.

    I've just got back from town, still raining, and will
    be all weekend...l've put the kettle on, bought some
    almond slices, so, a nice cuppa lemon tea coming up!
    Few things to do in the kitchen..settle down at 12:30
    for a bit of footy..! :).

  2. Oh Poppy if I was mum I would give you a cosy bed 2 rooms away and shut th doors. She really doe need sleep.

  3. LOL! Well, you did a great job, Poppy. :-)

    We're just starting our Caturday and Nicki was on the job early (i.e. before 4:30 AM), knocking over one of the air purifiers, running around like crazy with his piercing meow, getting into everything. He did *his* job, because the biped had to get up, and of course that meant we got fed, which was his aim all along. :-D

    Anyway, you guys have a very happy Easter!

  4. That was quite a schedule, Poppy! Sounds like you kept busy on Caturday.

  5. Maybe not as much fun, but I did share lots of time with mum in the reading chair today.

  6. It is nice to have your Mum home.

  7. Despite your activity vis-a-vis your mum, Poppy, I love the picture. That's a keeper.