a few lines by James Gorman to better understand my garden crew members...
"Cats are the ultimate narcissists. You can tell this by all the time they spend on personal grooming. Dogs aren't like this. A dog's idea of personal grooming is to roll in a dead fish."
Kristy 'the fashion cat'As you all may guess by my lethargic pose, I'm a rather lazy cat, I like a little lay down now and then, just gazing into nowhere (and planing another mischievous deed). I was born almost 3 years ago, on a nice summer day sometime in June , alongside my sister Krusty. Our mummy used to be a stray cat until she met my dad, a well groomed gentleman, who took her to his garden which was to become their new home. Since she was in a bad shape, and probably due to her calcium insufficiency, I was born with a slightly lame paw. That never discouraged me to use the drapes while climbing my way 'to the top'. I used to take many calcium pills in order to strengthen my bones. I've grown into a Miss Pudgy Misdemeanor and what's left of my lame paw today is that irresistible charm in the way I walk and swing my hips. I love to laze about in the garden or lurk the birdies and moles. Sometimes I visit my neighbour's yard for a treat, or her old garage looking for mice or rodents to take home and leave on the bed just to let the folks know I care. But my owners don't approve of me going further away 'cause it involves crossing the dangerous road. Hm...I have enormous patience, with the limitations of the human kind. I believe I have found my place in the sun. It's somewhere on top of that nice pile of warm, soft, clean laundry.
Since I was a kitten my favourite sleeping spot were and are the flower pots, any size including the cacti which I like to chew on frequently.
While my sis sleeps throughout most of her days, I like to lurk about the garden. Butterflies are my favourite toys. Or wait, is it the dogs? I love to apply claws to their soft skin just the moment they thought they gained respect by scratching my back. Nonsense. Our mummy taught us never to trust people so we always stay away from strangers.