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.
Jack's a fine looking chap.
He's a feisty little bugger!
A fine addition to the family :-)
Will the other cats wonder if it is Ted come back from a few weeks in Rehab, slimmed down and with a touch of character realingnment?What sort of "welcome" has Jack been given?And what sort of reaction from Jack to his new feline family?Cautious appraisal all round or some setting out of the hierarchy and the boundaries?
Ah Robyn doesn't care.Boris is giving him a wide berth but will put him in his placeBee has her nose out of joint by looks of it though
Jack is a very lucky kitten to have found such a fine home. He's also quite handsome.
Not evil enough but a vast improvementover the incumbents. We will have to have the pollsters see how the public reacts.
Ah he's a cutie Susan!We shall see He's certainly feisty Be
I'm looking forward to some stories as to how the dynamics change amongst the cats.Jack has a proud bearing. How old is he, Shaun?
Nothing much. Robyn hasn't noticed him but then he's close to deathBoris hasn't really reacted to him.He doesn't bother when Jack attacks his tailBebe is a bit annoyed but she is accommodating hi now.We thin ac is about 5 or 6 moths old
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