Casey and Gibbs

Casey and Gibbs discussing the lack of a lap situationCasey and Gibbs believe that every human deserves a second chance.  They realise that all humans are a sub-species requiring delicate handling and understanding by their feline companions.  They put their heads together after Christmas when they saw their human Mum standing dejectedly on the bathroom scales muttering that the numbers were going in the wrong direction.

Being the caring felines that they are, (and wanting more lap space to snooze the evenings away) they decided to do something positive about this sorry state of affairs.  The following articles are not meant for the squeamish.  Humans do cry especially when their feline superiors withdraw their chocolate rations and lock up the biscuits.



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Progress of sorts ... 02 April 2017 Written by Casey and Gibbs with Mum's help
Wobbly Wonders - who needs 'em? 09 February 2017 Written by Casey and Gibbs with Mum's help

A Morning Kiss

A morning kiss, a discreet touch of his nose landing somewhere on the middle of my face.
Because his long white whiskers tickled, I began every day laughing.

Janet F Faure