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06-06-2011, 05:15 PM   #61

Re: Toffee Times


Toffee is a dream .... how do you manage ever to get anything other than Toffee-playing done? Is that why he's crated for a while????? I love the aiming with one eye look!



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06-06-2011, 05:19 PM   #62

Re: Toffee Times


Easy - I have to work to earn his keep.

He's off to visit the vet - just a visit - and off for a drive in the car so he doesn't forget that he's ok with both. We have very nice vets and receptionist who encourage people to just drop in so that the visits to the vets are not a big deal to the cat/dog/hamster/...



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14-06-2011, 06:56 PM   #63

Re: Toffee Times


There are days when you just need to stay in bed.




And days when you hide and watch.



You catch your prey - black-white and purple




Then you stop for a minute to think and plan for the next.





Outside is good when the sun warms your fur and the thyme shows off your colours.



Sun, shadow and thoughts.



Oh dear... Guests in the garden! The neighbour's Madame Tortie is parked in the flowerbed.



And kitten morphs into ferret-shape to relax when she's moved on.


Though the tail is still slightly frazzled. ^^
It was a good day out for us.



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14-06-2011, 07:13 PM   #64

Re: Toffee Times


great series of pics!! gorgeous boy!!

do you go outside with him on his harness or is the rope held onto from inside?



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14-06-2011, 07:29 PM   #65

Re: Toffee Times


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great series of pics!! gorgeous boy!!

do you go outside with him on his harness or is the rope held onto from inside?
Thank you. We both go outside in the garden and even at times outside on the small back-road where we live.



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14-06-2011, 07:33 PM   #66

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Thank you. We both go outside in the garden and even at times outside on the small back-road where we live.
thanks, im thinking of getting pip a harness, that way he can safely wander the garden. not sure if he would like it on tho!!



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14-06-2011, 07:35 PM   #67

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thanks, im thinking of getting pip a harness, that way he can safely wander the garden. not sure if he would like it on tho!!
Some do, some don't. Neither Rover nor Toffee were particularly bothered by it. Putting it on meant premium play-time and treats.



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14-06-2011, 07:45 PM   #68

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hmmm, i think he may put up a fight! think il give it a go



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14-06-2011, 08:00 PM   #69

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hmmm, i think he may put up a fight! think il give it a go
Small steps and slowly increasing the time (and very fun games or very sleepy kitty) indoors to start with and you might get away with it. Depending on what his mates have told him about cats in harness, of course. ^^



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14-06-2011, 08:20 PM   #70

Re: Toffee Times


What a lovely wee boy getting to know the wide world. Smashing series Hreow.



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