>> Thursday, July 31, 2014
She is very clever and very sociable.
She spends a lot of time at the village hall doing playschool, karate, theatre group, hula, yoga.
She's been to church, she's been to school. I've had calls from far and wide to fetch her.
She has finally broken me, I have changed my home phone number and taken on all the pain that goes along with that rather than have to keep dealing with this. I just can't stand it any longer. I'm at my wits end with it.
I can't keep Maisy shut in, she goes loopy, she darts for the doors, she's brought down my blinds, bent my venetians, she can open some internal doors, she can open the locked cat flap. Seriously, she has worked out that by tapping it gently she can create a bounce and catch her paw underneath it and lift it upward.
Bless Bob Martins today, who sent me a parcel full of goodies to help me pamper my already over spoilt kitty a little more. See the rub downs, they are so cool for wiping grass stains off white paws (she has 1 white paw and 3 grey!) And the new collar, did they know that Maisy loses on average 1 collar every 3 weeks and each time they cost me about £8 (collar, cat flap magnet, id tag). They are often pushed through my letter box by strangers that find them though!
I'm wondering the next time I get reported to the RSPCA whether to ask them what pushed the reporter to do it, was it the 6 monthly vet checkups, the new collars. the clean litter tray, the healthy diet, the glossy coat or the snack treating that finally made them think that I was a bad owner!
I love my little kitty, truly I do but I swear the next time I want to get a cat I'm off to Battersea and asking them for their sleepiest, slowest, saggiest cat they have. Yes, yes, the fat one in the corner that doesn't want to move - yup, I'll take it!