Saturday, 8 September 2012

Abuse of feline trust?

Got a sleepy cat? Got a pen? Here's NOT what to do! The daughter just can't resist drawing teddy faces on cats' paws - the smaller pads serve as teddy paws. Cobweb escapes the humiliation because she never relaxes long enough but daughter isn't deterred by Mr Winky's jet black paws - she just uses a Stampin' Up! white gel pen. Luckily it rains enough to wash off in the grass pretty quickly.

Cute, yes...  but I think it's an abuse of trust. How would she like to wake up and discover someone had drawn a moustache on her face?

Today is my Autumn/Winter catalogue launch - thankfully it's this afternoon, as it's been a hectic week and the weekend isn't letting up either. But I'm really looking forward to showing people the fab new products we have.

If you'd like to come to a catalogue launch, there's another one at the end of the month for our new Annual Catalogue - please click here to register.


  1. Ha ha hA! that is hysterical! - how did your daughter think it up? All the best for your catty launch :D

  2. Poor kitty
    I enjoyed today Helen thanks xx

  3. Ha ha ha! At first I thought, poor cat. But really, the difference is, the cat really doesn't care. Right?? ;) I mean if a cat woke up with a mustache it would just think that YOU are the idiot.

  4. LOL that's cute an d not wrong!! wonder if I can do the same with Nico, so funny Helen LOL


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