Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Now that one made me laugh! Great one!
Yes, without a doubt!
Understood every word...and maybe didn't care one bit? That's my cat Petunia - she is impervious to any sort of scolding I might try to inflict! At least Oliver looks a little abashed...
That goes without saying.
Gotta love Oliver... and he appears to be one smart cookie!
Yep. I totally agree with that! haha.
Surely you didn't have to scold sweet little Oliver! I love the expression on his face.
I have been wanting to take a photo of my Albert like yours for an age... just can't capture him!!!x
Oh, ouch! Little Oliver could never be bad, could he? Of course he IS a cat... :-)
Getting into trouble was he ! Harley has some funny looks on her at times ! Now Oliver you behave for mum ! Have a wonderful day !
i think you are right, looks like he will remember what you said and of course hold it against you
I get those looks from my two girls!! Ha Ha.
At the bottom of the field lives a cat with 5 "toes" on each paw...and she has taken me on as a project! I seem to have passed the test of suitability and she will grudgingly sit on my lap while I try to read the paper. so priviledged!!
So true...Giggle. Poor Oliver.
Yes, that's definitely a thoughtful cat. You'd better what your behaviour and your words. He's counting...
Yep, that is a cat's way. I am above all scolding and correction.
Ah, I know that look all too well. In fact, it is sitting across from me right now, silently simmering.
Yes, they give you the attitude, 'you best be careful or I will banish you from MY kingdom'. They think you are privileged to be allowed to be in their presence. Such aloof and regal personalities, I guess that is why we love them so!
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