Kitten met Human halfway up the road on her way home from work and trotted back like a happy little puppy. Cross because the tap in the sky keeps coming on but easily appeased with a box.
Kitten would like Human to stay home and play in the garden today. Alas, Human has to work to pay for expensive cat food.
Kitten merrily running around playing until Human left. Then sad face watching from the grass.
Kitten is growing up quick, now looks like an adult and thinks she’s an adult and is out all the hours God sends unless she’s hungry or sad (she absolutely got this from her Human mother).
Out of my mouth today came, “This house is not a hotel, you know.”
… Ah. Adulthood. How do I make it stop?
Kitten is helping Human What Cycles to Work to exorcise the car.
Both kittens met each other properly for about 20 minutes today, lots of play and figuring out each other’s limits.
Positive first steps.
Baby Kitten loves a good duvet. Not in the way Kitten does, Kitten likes to sleep on the duvet. Baby Kitten gets under there and uses it.
Baby Kitten can’t sleep unless her head is pressing against Human face somehow. We settled for boob cushion last night instead. This seems a suitable replacement.
Kitten brought back a sizeable live mouse, presumably to teach Baby Kitten how to hunt. She is now mighty cross Humans have taken it away and has gone out in a huff.
Baby Kitten playing in Human’s study while Kitten enjoys the sunshine (it has rained for three days and we have been most displeased).
Baby Kitten shares Kitten’s love of fly hunting but doesn’t understand why insect doesn’t want to play with her.
Kitten is downstairs upturning all the shoes in search of Vim. Human What Cycles to Work is assisting and keeping her company.
Baby Kitten running around the hall squeaking away and shaking off all that energy.
Good night, humans.