Throw Back Thursday 28/02/19

Well as they say, ‘no news is good news’ and I’ve heard nothing from Lulu’s adopters since she went to her new home on Monday.  I’m sure she’s settling in fine and already enjoying being fussed and purring away.

I’ve been informed that my new foster will be with me this coming weekend – a boy called Lexus whose owner passed away unexpectedly at a young age.  I’m marginally worried he’s going to be my first “foster fail” because his name already fits with the theme of cars I have running with my cats at the moment…

But for now, it’s Thursday and it’s time to throw back.



“It’s my turn to decide whats on TV tonight, Carry.  We’re watching the Bird Channel”.


McLaren started knitting…


But very quickly fell asleep.





Laser enjoying an episode of “The Last Leg”.


A few moments after Laser managed to get herself covered in Marmite.


Happiness is just a snooze in a basket.

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19 thoughts on “Throw Back Thursday 28/02/19

  1. Sandee says:

    I’m sure you’re do fine with your new kitty. I don’t think I could do what you do though. I fall in love to easily when it comes to kitties.

    Huge Aw on all your babies.

    Have a fabulous day. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

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    • carrylovescats says:

      I’m sure she would have licked it off, but it’s so sticky that anything she touched prior to licking it all would have gotten covered in it! She LOVES marmite (like her Mummy!) but she doen’t have get herself into a mess with it.


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