So, my pawrents decided to treat me to 100% natural cat nip. They knew I’d been a little stressed and anxious with the neighpurrs black cat bullying me, so they thought this would be a good distraction.
On Friday night I went to go and see The Kite Runner at The Playhouse Theatre, based on the national bestseller book written by Khaled Hosseini.
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Last month we decided to join the National Trust. I thought this would give us an incentive to take advantage of the outdoors, as well as donating to a charity that preserves beautiful countryside and historical buildings packed with information about this intriguing country.
This week I’ve been by my mums side as her cooking appurrentice. Using a Joe Wicks recipe, we made a vegetarian alternative to his Philly Cheese and Jalapeño Steak.
I decided to travel to Wells-next-to-the-sea this bank holiday weekend as I just love this place – the clouds had parted to reveal clear blue skies and the sun was glistening, the perfect day for a trip to the beach!
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Humans can sometimes be a bit needy, so as their only furry friend, it’s my duty to purrk them up when my human companions are feline down. I’ve put together five points that I feel are the key to a pawsitive relationship between yourself and your pawrents.
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Around 2 months ago I went into the city to attend a street art tour of East London.
I’m hoping this inspurrrational post will encourage others to stand up to their bullies, just like I did a few days ago. Remempurr the black cat I mentioned in my previous post? Well, he’s back and he’s trying to take my parents away from me. He comes across all innocent and sweet in front of them, but lurking deep inside is an evil cat who’s living his 9 lives on the edge.
In March this year we took a trip to Budapest to experience its famous thermal baths and magnificent landmarks.