Friday, February 16, 2007

In the jungle, the mighty jungle...




the cats creep to-er, this morning. Puddy and The one eyed one investigate the great outdoors. The bigger of the cats has vanished to investigate further afield, but fear not, he will be back. Possibly dragging a wood pigeon in his wake.

Bottom is the one eyed one rolling on some minging table. I just want to point out that this table is not mine and 'came' with the 'garden'.

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12 Comments:

Anonymous Sinéad said...

What are the names of your cat clan? The best cat name I ever heard was Oedipus. Although I like the fact that Russell Brand's cat is called Morrissey.

Will you go to the blog awards if you make the shortlist?

5:04 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Puddy
The one-eyed one
The bigger of the cats.
Dull, are they not?
MY mother has a dog called Bobby Ewing however.
I might go along for a gander, I doubt I'll win anything but if I do I think I'll let Twenty pick it up for me. I rather like the whole annoymous-ness of my internet existence.

5:41 p.m.  
Anonymous Sinéad said...

Bobby Ewing = brilliant.

Disco Fred has a lot of monikers. My favourite comes from when he was still a wee slip of a thing. We stopped at a fare thing for a few minures once and left the window rolled down a smidge for him. Returning to the car, I saw him frantically running up and down the main street of Roundwood.

I don't know how he managed to squeeze through the tiny gap, but after that we called him 'Hairy Houdini'.

Ah come to the awards (I voted for you in best personal blog) and I need someone to drink my quota for me on top of theres as I'm not on the dry.

6:10 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I might just pop along- only to make you feel better about not drinking. Ha!
Right-ho, cocktail hour is upon us. I must go and partake. Ciao Bella.

7:05 p.m.  
Anonymous Sinéad said...

Jaypurs, something mad happened to my comment and alcohol had no hand in it.

8:08 p.m.  
Blogger Jagd Kunst said...

finally. I've been waiting to see these cats. They just look like normal cats. I don't know what I was expecting...

8:10 p.m.  
Blogger Janejill said...

lovely to hear an irish accent again - but sad for me to have no furry friends (apart from my man) one day I want a Bengal - but not a tiger ,just the cat version - I hear they love to swim and so I'm hoping to learn; it's about time...

11:49 p.m.  
Blogger Janejill said...

forgot to say I once had a table like that - until someone i know decided a lick of paint would do wonders for it - it didn't - the Moldavian tennis team were delighted to receive a table like that as a present - or so the "round Ireland with a fridge man " claimed

11:55 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

JK- my darling, just mere moggies I am afraid. But with charm and odd cheese habits.
Jane-welcome to the fatcat hogar. I always wanted a Maine Coon, but then the one eyed one came along and he cost more in vet bills than any pure bred could ever cost me.

1:33 a.m.  
Anonymous Eva said...

Oh looooooovely!! They will have so much fun there :-)
I want to play too!

1:07 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Oh wonder cats... have two mogs meself, one also one-eyed.

At home years back we had a cat called Ozzie, short for Ozymandias "look on my works ye mighty, and despair"! That kind of household.

8:26 p.m.  
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