||[Dec. 20th, 2005|12:04 am]
Jan Joris Vereijken
I don't remember reading this scene in my bible....
He's in Cathlehem waiting for the Mousiah.
hehehe. That's what you get for putting it in his favorite spot in front of the radiator :)
Oeh! Wat goed dat je dat ziet!
2005-12-20 10:06 pm (UTC)
That's almost as bad as having a toddler. Our creche is now scattered among three rooms. :)
If we're talking christmas and cats, meet a new member in my household:
I think I mentioned Felix before, when he was taken in by Joan, when the current owner left the country. Unfortunately, Felix needs a household far more quiet than Joan can give him, so I've taken him in. I've always said that I didn't like leaving a cat alone in the house for hours at an end, but apparently that's just what Felix needs..
Welcome to the club!
Leaving him alone shouldn't be a problem; just make sure you play with him often enough when you are at home. We leave our cats alone for 24 hours (regularly) up to 60 hours (extreme cases), no problems. One cat (of five) can only be left alone if he has company from another, but he's the exception.
I don't think that will be a problem:
I think I'll have to find a new way to work, however... :-)
You've got a new laptop! Sweeeeeeeeeeet! Congrats.
I'm really happy he's adjusting this fast. Of course, last summer I took care of him for two weeks, so he already knows me...