I think I'm just going to have to make one day per week a blog update day. It's 2 weeks since I was last here. Slack is what I am. Steve and I had a great time in Mudgee. It was very cold up there as we expected. I didn't get to take as many photos as I wanted but we are planning on going up again in the spring when it's a little warmer and we don't have places to be all weekend. We didn't get to do anything touristy like winerys etc.
We have got a new kitten, well we have had him for a week now. He is soooo cute his name is Kirby - and he is a little ginger fluff ball. I know I said that I wouldn't have another gnger cat but Kirby just wormed his way into our hearts from the moment we met the scrawny little thing.
Isn't he just the cutest little thing.
The next photo shows just how little he is. He was so scrawny that you could feel every bone in his little body. We have given him the nick-name of seagull, whenever he thinks there might be food around he meows and meows and it sounds just like a seagull squarking waiting for you to throw it a chip at the beach.
One week later he isn't as scrawny, the little bones in his body aren't as easy to feel there is a bit more padding on his bones.
Steve and Kirby.
It was so cold outside that when Steve bought Kirby over to the shop he carried him in his jumper. Lil Pud isn't taking to this interloper in her house too well. She gave him a good swipe over the head the other night just to let him know she is the "Queen" of the house. He stays right away from this grumpy big bullyof a girl cat. I'm sure they will get use to each other eventually.
I will have to take him back to the vet for his needles on Sunday then he will be able to come outside and help us in the vege garden, this willl be an adventure for the curious little critter.
I will try to be better at updating. I will leave you with another photo of Kirby.
Bye for now.
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