Thursday, August 14, 2008

Cherub vs Bertie Wooster

The Cherub bounced out of bed when he heard me get up this morning, happy and chatty. Straight away, he launched into his adventures from last night:

Last night, in the middle of the night, Bertie was sleeping in the middle of my pillow so I hadded to frow him off. Because it was uncomp'table.

Clearly he thinks he sorted that pillow-hogging cat out.

cat on a fence

But at some point last night I think Bertie Wooster evened the score...

when the cat got the cherub_0159


  1. Looks like Bertie won!
    He's all grown up now, isn't he?
    He's so beautifull - I love his soft caramel colouring.

  2. Gorgeous cat.
    (sharp claws though....)

  3. I love the language they speak... ...hadded, frow, uncomf'table...


  4. I wouldda frowed 'im off too!. Tsk. Cats thinking that, just because they're gorgeous they can run the show!

  5. Oh yeah, I think that's even.

    That is one gorgeous cat.

    Even gorgeous ones like that live in the laundry at night in our house because I've often hadded to frow them off.

  6. My old housemate had a cat who got frowed out of my room on a regular basis. One night I got home from the pub, crawled into bed and thought "my pillow's wet". Cat's always get revenge.

  7. I left you a little something over at my blog because you make me laugh!
    Your turn!

  8. Does you laundry have a lockable door?

  9. Those aren't cat scratches. Someone was trying to steal your child's luscious hair and got dazzled by the ringleteyness and missed with the scissors. That's all.

    I have to go now.

  10. That Cherub just kills me. His gorgeous scratched face.

    It would be hard to get mad with a good looking cat like that though.

  11. Yet he's still beautiful.

    Boys will be boys.

  12. Cherub might want to go to sleep with an ice hockey goalie's mask, otherwise it will look like he is trying to be the world's youngest Bond villain.



Don't let the cat get your tongue.