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Update July 2011

Moving House

Our latest adventure has been moving house please scroll down to read all about it

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Moving House

I think we might have already mentioned that we thought we were about to move house? Well it all began to happen last weekend. Joan had been busy collecting lots and lots of boxes which we had spent the week exploring and hiding in.

Gradually things kept getting packed into the boxes so that, by the end of the week, they were just about full. Our new climber was delvered and that went straight to Joan's office where it sat in a corner, in its box, waiting for us to arrive.

On the Saturday we didn't see very much of Joan at all she was busy loading the boxes and travelling for much of the day. She came home quite tired at the end of the day and spent some of the evening grumbling about the fact that although she had sorted out our climber she still hadn't got a bed to sleep on because the firm had failed to deliver it on the day they promised!

Oscar is quite laid back about the move!

Max and Lara check it out

Anyway on the Sunday we finally got a chance to see the new place. Late in the afternoon Joan came home and gathered all three of us up into our carriers.

Of course we wondered if that meant we were off to the vets but we need not have worried because she secured us safely on the back seat of the car and we set off on our great adventure!

It didn't seem to be a very long journey and I slept most of the way. Max sang to us for most of the time so that we knew he was OK and was going to take the lead in resettling our little family!

After a while the car stopped and Joan came round and lifted us out and took us inside to have a look around.

It seems to be OK. It is smaller than the other place and there are no stairs to chase up and down. However the sun shines in through the window for most of the day and there are lots of birds playing in the garden that we haven't met yet so we are looking forward to our first excursion into the great outdoors!

Not long after we arrived Joan's bed finally arrived - we were terribly relieved for her as there isn't really room for her on our new climber!

We were shut out of the bedroom while the men delivered it just so that we didn't get outside and get lost - as if we would!

Max discovered that he could leap from the new bed on to the top of the wardrobe so that became his party trick for the evening!

Max and Lara check out the new climber

Lara claims the top bed

The next morning Joan went off to work and left us to explore on our own. We thought we would have our usual lazy day together just settling in undisturbed.

We were wrong, at lunchtime Joan came round to see if we were OK and brought one of her friends from work. Oscar of course was all over her, demonstrating what a lovable cuddly cat he is. Max strode around looking very much like he was in charge so it was left to me to remain at a dignified distance so that our guest realised that we are really aristocats even if the boys tried to pretend otherwise!

It is fun each morning watching Joan set off for work on her bicycle but the trouble is we don't hear her return like we do when she takes the car. We think we might quite like living in the new place!


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