That's where Jeeves is right now. Literally!
He's another victim of the Credit Crunch. I'd found a new owner for him and he was supposed to go to his new home last January. Unfortunately his new owners were unable to sell their old house and they had already bought their new one. Not of the good. Since then we've been waiting for them to sell their old house so that Jeeves can move in with them into their new home.
I must admit that the longer it takes, the more difficult it will become for me to say goodbye to him when Jeeves is finally carted off to his new home.
He's such a sweet boy and often makes me laugh with his silly antics.
He's also pretty good at making it impossible for me to ignore him. ;-) I won't be the only one who will miss him deeply once he's gone.
Jeeves is Tara's friend and they often play together in the garden,
something that they both enjoy very much. Jeeves also frequently accompanies Tara and me when we're going for walkies. Sometimes he will just follow us around, sometimes he will suddenly dart out of a neighbourhood garden, give Tara a swipe with his paw and then run hell for leather into the bushes, leaving a very frustrated Tara behind. It's so funny seeing them play tag but unfortunately for Tara she is always it.
Stray cat Macavity wounded. Again!
Last February I've had had Jeeves neutered as I didn't want to happen to him that which happens with sickening regularity to poor Macavity who's still unneutered. Last March I had to lance an enormous abscess on Macavity's forehead, it was so large that he couldn't even open his right eye. I'm happy to say it all went well and he's much better now.
Another one who will be missing Jeeves is his newest friend little Miss Muffet, another stray kittycat that recently found the Bliss garden. :-( Like Jeeves, who turned up last August, little Miss Muffet is also thin as a rake and I think she's about 5 to 6 months old.
A very sweet little thing she is and pretty as a picture. Last week my neighbour asked me if little Miss Muffet was mine as she has the same big, bushy tail as
my Maine Coons Vita and Dolly Daisy. I informed her that my kittycats are all indoor cats and only allowed to walk around our own garden when I'm there to keep an eye on them. It turned out that my neighbour was very much taken with Miss Muffet so I asked her to consider providing this sweet little kitten with a good loving home.
Dolly Daisy in the potager
She's thinking about it, so keep all your fingers and toesies crossed please, because sweet as she is I really don't want another kittycat to look after as I have quite enough of them (10) already.
BTW the new header is a pic of part of my front garden that I took yesterday.
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