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.
I assume that Ted is busy with the details in the contract on Ms Bales, and the others are seeking safety from random dust bins and whatever Ted is considering.Actually, unless you've had a cold snap, it is pretty amazing for them to gather like that.
I think Ted told them to stay indoors while he headed of to Rugby on a bit of, ahem, business!It was a rare sight given that Boris and Bebe don't get on. Robyn and Bebe together is commonplace, Robyn and Boris will curl up together but never the three
It shows once again that Ted is the wisest of the lot.He was probably watching a show on the nutritional content of vegans.
Now that's why he's been tasting the not-wife.. He has had an idea put in his head!
Three Muskecats, obviously.
Haha Sean Portly, Agile and Amorous!
Ha! It's perfectly clear what RObyn is doing: looking for a spot to stick her teeth in that backside.
Aw - too sweet for words.
I find amusing that you named one of your cats Robyn. ;-)They look like quite the characters. I almost didn't spot the orange one cuz he/she blends so well into the sofa cushions!
Ah Snoopy Robyn is far too much of a gentleman to do that to BebeThey are a sweet bunch indeed JamesAh he's named after our favourite musician Robyn Hitchcock (both are boys despite the spelling!) Boris is an utter darling, We got him last year when his family couldn't keep him so we took hm in. He has settled in wonderfully!
A great little bunch of fluffballs in this photo! Love the coat textures of each one!
Thanks Gemma, they are a trio of sweeties!
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