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Dinner for two: Poppy and ReggieThis St Valentine’s Day I have arranged a special dinner for two. Poppy, formerly Chav Cat, and I will share a sachet, or two of something totally delish to celebrate Snoozing with my floozy. Poppy and Reggie in their snoozee bedsthe fact that we have become closer.

‘Popso’ is now a more relaxed old lady since her make-over following her teeth being cleaned at the vets. She followed a special diet whereby she lost weight. Her fur is shiny, she is a lot more healthier than when she was the porkie-tortie with foul smelling fangs and a bad tempered attitude.

We cuddle up in the snooozeees, and we sit together in the sunshine. She still has a bit of a temper on her and now and again will lash out and give me a thump for no reason. All in all, though, we muddle along together as friends.

I only have eyes for you! Poppy and ReggieThankfully, she has stopped bringing me pressies of dead mice. She still makes eyes at me and is hoping that I soon return to stud duties. Clearly, she hasn’t cottoned on that my boy bits are no longer there. I think she should have gone to Specsavers!!

Whilst Poppy is still in love with me, it is unrequited. I love my human Exec P.A. totally. I cuddle up on the arm of the chair and supervise her watching TV or when she’s on the computer. Bath time is special as I sit on the laundry basket counting the soap bubbles through the steam. Then I lie on her chest when we are in bed, purring my love out to her. She feeds me kibbles and the time we have together is very special, but I am aware that Poppy also likes to share time with me.

Reggie with noms and chocciesSo, for St Valentine’s Day this year, I have two ladies to buy presents for, and I have spent my pawket money wisely! For Exec P.A. champagne and choccies. That’s the way to a girl’s heart. For Poppy, some healthy nom-noms to help her maintain her weight and health after she put so much hard work in turning her life around.

Hope you have a fabulous day.

Love from

Reggie XX

 

Five Good Reasons for Having Your Cat Neutered

  • Reduces fighting, injury and noise
  • Reduces spraying and smelling
  • Much less likely to wander and get lost
  • Safer from diseases like feline AIDS, mammary tumours and feline leukaemia
  • Reduces the number of unwanted kittens