Thursday, July 17, 2008


OK, so I'm playing with William, mum......we are playing Hide and Seek, but he's no good at it....I found him!

Sunday, July 06, 2008

Settling In

Hiya Sports Fans........ William here to report on my life at the Crazie Palace.I've been working on my 'feed me!' face - whaddyer fink?
After a test session, I decided to go back to using the litter tray.........
But I can haf a bath anywhere.........
I haf a new fur-iend - he's a duck, apparently.Charlie is a big old floofie wuss - he's ascareded of me!
[puff] [pant] Thundering Herd of Efelumps is a very tiring game...........
Sometimes I just floomps......wherever I want - of course.......
I'm beat - naptime!

William Cat

Monday, June 30, 2008

Furry Funny Video!

I founded this over at Tabby Normal's blog.....

Could I get mama cq to do corporal cuddling?

I don't like the sound of cat yodelling though...


Thursday, June 26, 2008

Growing Boy

Mama cq says if I eats all my dinner, I'll gets to be as big as Charlie.....
hmm - do I wants to be THAT big??

Saturday, June 21, 2008

William's Life

This is the life.....
Human beans at my beck and call....
Anuffer cat to chase.......
Food on tap.......the good stuff too - Whiskas!
Fresh water effury day.......
And even milk! Mama cq says it has extra vit-means for my scrawny ickle butt.
I fink I'll stay....

Tuesday, June 17, 2008


Charlie? Dude?.........oy! Charlie!How does this People Tray work??


Saturday, May 31, 2008

[polite feline cough]

I am not playing with him.........I am merely playing near him.......
Mum says his name is William, and he is much nicer since he lost some valuables. He is about a year old and cries - a lot.....but we play a lot of chase!

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Beep Beep!

Intruder Alert!!
Mum?? Who is this ginger stranger?? And why is he in my house?


Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Mum Moves In

Excuse me for hijacking the CrazieCats Blog - this is a plea for help.
This information will also remain in my blog's sidebar until after the Race.
My teddy bear Mac and I will be taking part in the 2008 Race for Life, to help raise money to continue the research into cancer and the chances of finding a cure.
Everyone, everywhere is touched by cancer, be it family and friends or celebrity, in one form or another.
Race for Life is Cancer Research UK’s flagship event that has grown to become the UK’s largest women-only fundraising event. Whether one chooses to walk, jog or run the 5k course, the events are an inspirational day out with family and friends.
In 2007 665,000 women were brought together to walk, jog or run 5k to raise £40 million pounds for Cancer Research UK – the world’s leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer research.
Click on the counter in my blog's sidebar to sponsor me to complete the Race for Life on June 14th 2008 - or just to donate to this worthy cause.
My fundraising has been kicked off by Naomi in the Hills with a generous donation!
The more money I am pledged, the faster I will walk! Please help – every pound, dollar and euro counts.
Thank you - from me, from the women and from the families.
Mama cq

Friday, April 18, 2008

[wrinkles whiskers]

Mum says I am beautiful...


Friday, April 04, 2008

Kissing Mommy

She loved kissing mommy........

Mama cq

Monday, March 31, 2008

Good Night Sweet Pea....

Rest in Peace, Pandora my darling.
24 Jul 1989
31 Mar 2008
We love you.
Mama cq and Daddy MB

Monday, March 17, 2008


She'll never know........Lovely and soft this new fleecey thing.......


Friday, January 04, 2008

Update on the Old One

This morning we packed Pandora into her travelling crate to go to the V.E.T.
Her vet for the last eight years has been her precious 'Uncle' Tim, a lovely man and an extremely good vet who is fantastic with fractious cats - and Pandora defines fractious! He has also cared for Ambrose (who died in 2001) and Echo (who died in 2004) and currently, Charlie.
But lately staffing changes have meant Pandora has had to get used to new vets.
Auntie Elena is one of her favourites - a lovely Spanish lady from Madrid.
Auntie Julie - she doesn't like her so much.
And today Pandora met another new vet, Auntie Helen.

Helen was quick, gentle, understanding and dealt with us as well as Pandora (one of the reasons we still use this practice even though it is more expensive than others).
She checked out the lump, then checked out Pandora's lymph nodes and certain specific parts of her anatomy.

As we hoped, it's unlikely to be cancer. It's more likely a lipoma, as I suspected. It's actually on her ribs and not on her shoulder.
She's not 'sick', she doesn't limp, she is eating fine, sleeping well, using her tray properly and still leaping (albeit gently!) onto laps, chairs, tables and boxes. Not bad for an 18yr old cat - which translates roughly to 85-90yrs old!
We politely refused unnecessary testing, figuring it would upset the old dear too much.
We agreed to watch her carefully for the next couple of months and whip her back to the vet if she appears ill or in discomfort.

Once her claws were clipped she was crated back up for the trip home.

Of course, the old madam got her own back, managing to throw up and wee simultaneously on the way home while her crate was on my lap.

Pandora: we know your time here is not infinite but we will still keep you with us, healthy and content, as long as possible.

Mama cq