Thursday, 4 August 2011

And now we are four!

Hello everyone! My name's Florence and I've come to tell you how Elsie and I are settling in with Mummy and Daddy Josiekitten. Everything was a bit strange and scary to start with, but I was very brave and before long, I began exploring my new home. There are lots of comfortable places for me to sleep, as well as my own basket. I like this chair in particular.


Flo and Elsie day 4 004



I've also been taking a look out at the garden - that looks like an exciting place to be too! I managed to fit on the window sill quite nicely, and only knocked off one ornament!!!



Florence exploring 003



The stairs are quite a comfy place to flop down after I've been playing. I like running up and down them very fast!



elsie and flo day 3 and 4 001



We've got lots of toys to play with too. I haven't quite decided which is my favourite yet. I gave my Mum a fright when I disappeared up the chimney, but I did come back down again. I've looked in almost every corner of the house, and found lots of cobwebs. I think my Mum needs to do some cleaning!!!



elsie and flo day 3 and 4 002



Elsie is being more of a scaredy-cat than me, and she prefers to stay hidden away. She doesn't know what she's missing!



Flo and Elsie day 4 010



She is getting a little bit braver, because today she came out of our bedroom all by herself. Then she hid behind a chair!



elsie and flo day 3 and 4 006



I do hope it won't be long before we are able to play together. I've got lots of exciting things to show her in our new home. I just know we're going to love it here!



Flo and Elsie day 4 014



Before I go, there's something that's puzzling me. I wonder if you might be able to help? My Mum spends lots of time sitting with little pointy sticks and a big ball of what looks like string to me. I think it's some wonderful cat toy that she's making for us both. What fun we shall have!! Miaow for now! Florence. xxxx

11 comments:

Kathy said...

Oh there so sweet. I'm sure Elsie is just feeling a bit shy .... we had a cat once that retreated into a wardrobe for days when we moved house. Looks like you've got your hands full!
Have fun xxx

Ozzy Blackbeard said...

Up the chimney!!! Florence, you're a rascal! I'm so glad you're both settling in. :)

snoopydog said...

Glad to hear Elsie is being a little braver. They are both sooo cute! XX

Jenny said...

Oh sweetheart, you don't know how lucky you are moving in with the JKs. They will love you both to bits and spoil you rotten, one day your Mummy might even show you the place where she keeps all that special string. You dive in there and make yourselves a cosy bed, she will be so pleased.

Vanessa said...

Aww! What a cutie! I miss my kitty and hope he'll be living with me very soon. For now, he's being spoiled by his auntie and grandmother back home. He's going to be insufferable when he gets here and has to obey by house rules.

Kat Jorgensen said...

They are so beautiful. Wait until Elsie gets a little more comfortable and then you're really going to be busy.

That Florence is a hoot!!!!

Northern Monkey said...

What little cuties, glad they're settling in and hope Elsie comes out of her shell a bit soon :)

Mistea said...

Hey Florence you shouldn't wait until mums finished you should be playing along right now - it is very helpful when cats play with the string.
Enjoy your new home.

knitting sandwich said...

oh your kitties are so beautiful!
i'm glad florence has adapted so quickly, i'm sure elsie isn't far behind!
i love cats, they're just so sweet!

minniemoll said...

Oh, they both look lovely!

Mine used to try to get up the chimney, thankfully they never actually managed it...

Viknits said...

Awwww they're beautiful! Loved reading your post about Germany, it was great - interesting and really good photos. Yep I will have loads more room in my cottage, and a large garden which I've now mostly weeded and turned - there's a large space which I'm allocating for food growing and dye plant growing, it's very exciting! :) xx