Tuesday, 17 January 2012

We thought we were losing Tara-cat on Saturday. 
She is somewhere near 18 years old and is looking a bit frail these days, ever since her catnapping experience with the R.S.P.C.A about 2 years ago (see post Tuesday 27 October 2009) she has been losing her marbles. To stop people thinking she is a stray She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed put a collar  with a bell on it on her, And everywhere she went we could hear her going ting-a -ling.

 Anyway on Saturday morning she started acting even weirder than usual, sleeping tucked away in the corner behind the door, not eating (really odd for her as she usually eats anything and everything she's given and some things she isn't given aswell.) and then going to sleep in her litter tray!!!!
 She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed picked her up and sat her on her lap and she just lay there as if the body was there but nothing else.
 The next morning we all expected her to be cold and stiff in the litter tray, or somewhere just as mad, but she was still with us. We were all thinking she would be making that last journey to the vet on Monday when She Who Thinks She Must Be obeyed had the idea of taking the bell off the collar.
 What a difference, she is back to her old self again now! Who would have thought a little bell could do that to a poor old cat.
Naughty bell.

1 comment:

Keith Andrea said...

Tara-cat you so cute.. I love the idea on putting a bell so that you can monitor her anywhere.


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