Animals strike curious poses

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Naughty Bella :love:

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I would love to hear the cats trilling.

Bella is not stealthy.

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I've just realised I haven't told you about her latest 'adventure'. On Sunday a neighbour knocked to say Bella was on the roof! We'd had one of the skylights in the loft bedroom open, which she'd managed to climb out of. We couldn't persuade her back, but after a while she moved on to next door's flat roof. After 20 minutes of trying to lure her down, S had to get the ladder out to rescue her. She didn't have a clue, like one of those cats that climbs a tree then gets stuck.

It gave the neighbours some entertainment but I was a nervous wreck.

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Goodness me, she keeps you on your toes :twitch:!

Beatrix, I love how talky they are :love:.

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It’s funny how in some situations they forget how to be cats! I’m glad she’s unscathed.

I watched Mungo slide off his cushion, and he’s now styling it out :))
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ParisGal wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 9:43 am
She'd have got away with it too, if it wasn't for those pesky lids!
:lol:

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I took an excellent video the other night of Buster emerging ridiculously from under a curtain.

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This is Storm's bum, trying to recover his sparkly red mouse. There's a purple one exactly the same, but that one is not favoured.
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Oh, Mungo! Avon rolled over on the settee when he was dozing and fell onto the floor the other night and he totally tried to style it out.

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Do you ever get the feeling you’re being watched?
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He's so unsubtle :love:

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He sat there glaring and miaowing until I let him in for a stroke :love2:

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I really like how he’s adopted you :))

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He’s back again 😂

I had to let him in as he was making a racket shouting at me.
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:lol: he's great.

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