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.
Friends? Or just prepared to tolerate each other?
Its toleration.Robyn does not play well with others
Robyn's tongue is amusing, as if covering the nose. And looking at Boris's half open eye I visualise a thought bubble that says "If that was a fart in my face you're dead meat!"
How not to love them? They're so uniquely "unique" !
Roby was saying sew a button on that one Boris!Ah that's true Claude. They are all very different in their felinailities
At least they are tolerating each other which is not always the case. My first cat down here hated every other cat she ever saw, but she was hand-raised and never a real member of 'feline society'.The old boy is looking good for his age.
Boris and Ted don't get on....unsurprisingly and oh o them tend to bully BebeRobyn is above all of that and while he can't dominate the other cats like he could (if provoked) he is still quite spry. His hind legs aren't quite as good but he will still chase string sometimes
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