Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Weekender cat strikes again

Last weekend, Sugar was at our home again. I was at home then, waiting for the cat food to be delivered by the pet shop, and some warm company would be nice.

Occasionally waking up from his nap to look out for us

Operation Inspection is about to start

Sniffing the mattress that's left out to air

Sugar discovered the window that looks out to the corridor

I asked him to sit there and he did, posing for the camera

Every pc at home must have a cat hanging around nearby

Napping with uncle S

As kxbc said, he does match the furniture

Doing what cats do best...


Kitty fangs and teeth


The weekender cat


KXBC said...

He looks very relaxed and comfy in your home.

auntie p said...

Yeah, he is very human-friendly. Even as a stray, he'll roll over & allow familiar folks to stroke his tummy. We can give him headbutts too, and he is totally blase about the vacuum cleaner. The other cat who is unafraid of the vacuum cleaner would be Sanju.

KXBC said...

I was told a hard stomach probably equals worms. Sugar is quite tubby. Is he just fat or is it the wormies? Even if it's wormies, a few deworming pills will wipe them out.

auntie p said...

Hmm, I hadn't thought about worms. I'll have to check with my neighbour A (the main care-giver). He was actually fatter before, then lost some weight when he was sick, but the flabby tummy is still there. Is it true that worms will result in soft poo or low energy level?

BTW, after the Febreeze treatment, parts of the mattress smelled like Brylcream (the white hair cream for men). :)

KXBC said...

So I can presume you like the Brylcream smell. That brand was so popular in the 70s but it's still being sold now.

auntie p said...

Can't say I like the smell, just ignore it. I flipped the mattress over and sleep on the other side, so can't smell. I saw this afternoon that Brylcream now comes in a tube of blue gel!