A HOT FURRY DECEMBER BLIZZARD


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My dear cat, Chocolat, has welcomed our hot, windy summer by shedding her winter fur coat. So when I tell you that our entire home, bedding, furnishings, the works, is smothered in a fine coating of chocolate coloured fine cat’s fur, you will understand the title of this blog post. It’s a very good thing that I’m not an asthmatic, because if I was, by now I would be the late, great Mrs Smith. Demised, due to giant fur-ball would appear on the death cert.

Luckily the famous Cape Doctor, a.k.a. the South-Easter wind has been hurtling around Cape Town at gale force, which swept some of the fur, and all the carelessly littered  plazzie bags, out to sea. I’m amazed there haven’t been sightings of a giant UO (Unidentified Object) viz a fur covered plastic blob floating out on the Atlantic. You get the picture.

But despite these hazards, spirits are high, along with the summer temperatures, and it remains for me to wish my good friends and faithful readers a merry Festive Season, and a PEACEFUL, happy,  healthy New Year.

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3 responses to “A HOT FURRY DECEMBER BLIZZARD

  1. Dawn

    I totally identify – I have two furkids and not only is my home well insulated with furry fuzz, but it keeps me on my toes, literally, dodging random scattered cat toys. My baby girl, Honey, is a year old today, is bigger than Plum, my not-so-staid old girl of twelve, and is currently reclining in my boudoir (not sulking mind, just reclining) with Plum and I. Love them so much …

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  2. Loving cats donate their fur…

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