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Introducing My Cats

As my blog name is inspired by my passion for my cats I may as well show you pictures of them, I will dedicate future posts to them, maybe on a weekly basis.


This is Rodney, he is the cuddliest kitten witten to me but is more like a jaguar or a panther to everyone else, he will bolt past you in a flash, scratch you if you get right up in his face but night time is a different story. He lets anyone and everyone give him cuddles only if you are lead down in bed. He loves EMCs as I call them – Early Morning Cuddles and will go as far as scratching you if you aren’t making him purr more! The paw has been in my mouth or eye socket too many times but I love it.


This contortionist of a kitty is called Spud. He isn’t as long haired as his brother but when malting I could probably create another Spud size cat out of the fur alone! Spud isn’t that keen on people and will stay up stairs most of the day until my children are in bed and will make an appearance. He caught his first bird recently, I don’t think he really knew what to do with it as he is a house cat and doesn’t go outside that much. I want that to change though, watch this space and see if I can change that. Spud likes just the one toy, an orange stick, he likes to play chase on the bed with it. Recently he has started liking catnip so I might see if he will take to the other toys.

If my cats could add something to this post it’d be this ‘mew mew mew meowwww’ which, according to google translate, comes back as ‘I WANT MORE FOOD’. It’s all they want!



"I loved writing as a child, loved making up silly stories. They came built-in to my brain, almost like an Ikea instruction manual. The focus these days is to figure out how to now turn them into books" Tanya Butler, June 2018

2 thoughts on “Introducing My Cats

  1. Rodney and Spud, right? They don’t only eat, they keep company, and I don’t know if they help kill rats and some other rodents then. We rear dogs mostly in this side of the world, but I remember my grandmas love cats a lot, but there are some other sides to cats here in Africa, especially in Nigeria.

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