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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

What's going on?

Yes I am well now. Lynettea was very attentive when I wasn't well, but she hasn't let me get near the computer much since then. At least I have been able to visit my friends' blogs several times when I found the computer running. I had to be quick and sometimes was forced to use it late at night when I should have been in bed resting. Here you see me at the top of my runway. I have shelves around my enclosure and a good view of the place next door through the trelliswork. The next door neighbour has moved, so I am scanning anxiously. I hope a dog doesn't move in.

Lynettea was next door sweeping and putting some pea-straw on the next door garden and I saw silly Wallis go in and roll on the pea straw remnants on the paving. He looked like a straw broom. The bits showed up really well on his black fur. Lynettea tried to sweep them off him with her broom, but he rolled over again and covered himself again with the straw.

Can you see my pond in this photo? I help Lynettea feed the fish and I think it may be time to do that now. If you click on my photos you can see them in a larger size.


SchneiderHein said...

Hello Diamond,
good to see that you feeling better! You look perfect for an 11 year old cat.
You have a wonderful place for watching the fishes in your pond and a good view to your neighbourhood! We hope also for you that there no dog moves in!
Maus & Allegra

Gemini said...

That is the coolest ramp to your pond Diamond. I like that place!

Daisy said...

I sure am glad you are all better now. I can see your pretty pond! You are very lucky to have such a great enclosure with a runway and everything!

The Cat Realm said...

That looks like a very fabulous enclosure! With pool and fish, yummie!
Don't forget the Dare - only one more day before the voting begins! Just try your best!

michico*Adan said...

I think this garden is very beautiful, and certainly need to put some fishes in that pond~! Then you can have great time with it!!
I am so glad that you are feeling better, that is very very precious~!!!!

Kiss, Hug,

Karen Jo said...

I am so happy that you are all well now. I also hope that a dog doesn't move in next door to you, unless it is a very nice dog. How sweet of you to help your Mom feed the fish. Are you trying to fatten them up?

Lux said...

That is one super-fantasic enclosure, Diamond. Wish I had one like that (but I'm still glad you do)!