Meow meow

We’ve just been visited by the lady from the RSPCA. She’s given us stern advice on the placing of litter trays, ensuring the toilet lid is left down (can apparently lead to very unamusing consequences with inquisitive kittens) and the importance of having poor Monty’s bits cut off as soon as they are big enough to cut off.
The upshot of it all is that we can now go and fetch our kittens, hopefully before Christmas. Hurrah!

UPDATE: they’ll be ready for collection on Wednesday at lunch time.

3 Replies to “Meow meow”

  1. Wise advice: kittens seem to be attracted to chewing through PC cables. I was once quite happily sat listening to music whilst sat at my computer when the speakers suddenly went dead.

    The offending kitten then climbed out from under the desk with one end of a cable in his mouth.
    They seem to like hiding in the smallest possible place where you can’t get at them.

    Also, I knew somebody who left a bath running full of boiling hot water – a certain inquisitive kitten (very sadly) fell in when his back was turned.

    Good luck!
    (You’re going to need it…)

  2. More advice on kittens.

    Don’t let them into the bedroom. There’s nothing they like more than swiping at feet sticking out of the bottom of the duvet. You haven’t experienced pain until a cat has dug it’s claws into your toes whilst you were asleep! Oh, and they’re no respecters of privacy when it comes to the old conjugals. They just see it as a great game in which they have to be involved.

    You know when your hair needs washing because they sit on your shoulders and start grooming you. And cat lick doesn’t work overly well as a shampoo.

    That being said, if you get kittens with attitude your in for some great fun.

  3. More advice – don’t let my wife near them, or I’ll never hear the end of it. We’ve never had kittens, much to her annoyance.

    I’m sure they’ll be fun though! Especially little Nipples!

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