The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
He would appear to be in deep thought. I would hope it doesn't involve having Ted off Boris.Perhaps he is considering the possibilities in the foreign exchange market.
Robyn is remembering Shakespeare:Since the affairs of men rest still uncertain,Let's reason with the worst that may befall.Will I have my supper today?Should I ask, beg, purr, claw or pray?
If he is Bryan, I wihs he would share his profits!Haha Claudia , exceelentSadly Robyn is not the brightest of cats. He is a beig gentle giant but a bit thick too!
How did your others feel about Robyn getting the nod?
Ah they'll get their day
Love your cat's pensive look! My daughter's name is Robyn. ;-)
Lovely tabby portrait.
Agreed, that is a really lovely portrait. With a very thoughtful expression.
Thanks everyone. He is a lovely old gentleman
What a gorgeous photograph :-)
Robyn is gorgeous!
We love the old gent. He's not bad for a 15 year old!
I think he's considering his secret name.And I wish that I had my fingertips in the fur at the top of his head! What a beauty!
Ah he would love that Rahel. He is such a gentle old fellow,
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