The Hösen few
Hi TrewsLovely - has your cat been to a summer festival and done time in the children's face painting tent?xxxPants
Is that a cat? I thought it was a bird-dropping until I put my specs on and realised it was a mis-shapen rabbit...
Awww - a little bit of nostalgia eh?. 'Nipple' on a sign - some young lad with a mother fixation no doubt - real rebel that one. The Derbyshire folk are ace! I love working with them - I love the accent. Earth, gritty and warmhearted.
Hi pants - it's an amazing-looking cat isn't it? Not mine though, just a resident of the village. Mind you I read your comment wrongly at first, to the effect that I was imagining the cat painting children's faces...I may well post up a photo with some bird-dropping on it, but why? (though I'm sure you won't exactly feel like you're missing out if I don't). Not for the sake of the birdshit itself though - the photo is of a very cheeky blackbird which kept landing on the windowsill and chirping to us that it was hungry. I think all the Derbyshire folk who fit that description have moved out of the village in question, qv. I remember there used to be people like that there... oh alright, I'm being unfair - I do still see some people of that ilk round our way, and I love to overhear conversations in the pub for the combination of the accent, the articulation and the wit.
Awwww.. you know someone who owns a Hymalayan cat? They are so lovely and mu favorite, I would love to be able to afford another one, they are just the sweetest!
good trees and water picture...but I would say that wouldn't I!!Cat's quite sweet to I suppose.bbx
They are lovely, dj, but I don't know the owner (or, to be more accurate - the staff). The cat seemed too nice and dignified to be from my home village :)Heheh you surprise me b-byrd - liking pictures of trees and water? Who'd ever have thought it?
That is one cool cat!
Isn't it just, nmj, and I'm grateful to ms kirkby for pointing out which type it is :)
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