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27/06/2013

I am here you knit wit!

Sorry -

I feel the need to apologise - It is ANOTHER kittling post.....


A couple of times last week, Pepper just vanished. Totally and utterly AWOL. Despite a pretty thorough search we could not locate her. Only to find, a short time later a pandiculating kittling with a slightly bemused look on her face as we scooped her up and ask her where she had been sleeping. Not surprisingly we were none the wiser.

Then, one day - just perchance - I spotted this when I reached for my knitting bag.
 Tucked inside, curled up on Himself's jersey was a snoozy little kittling.
 I leant in to hear a small and squeaky snore and little happy grunty-kittling noises.


Ooh - you found me prrrrrrr.


Since then, she has snuggled down several times more in my knitting bag for a sneaky snooze. Then, last week at knit and natter, when all knitting crew were sitting down and chatting away, I came in, picked up my knitting bag and carried it across the room....and dropped it next to the seat I was about to use.

The bag made a heavier than usual thud followed by a little squeak. Guess who was in my bag? Oops.

I check every time now before I move my knitting!!




8 comments:

  1. Ah, she looks so snug and secure in that bag. So kind of Himself to let her be comfy on his sweater.... Had to look up pandiculating - leant a new word today - thanks!

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  2. He he he, that is so funny! Pretty smart cat methinks!

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  3. That is so very beautiful Hawthorn - I just love little Pepper - and what a clever wise little kitty to find the comfiest and cosiest spot around! Don't apologise for showing us such delightful happenings - I so appreciate being allowed to take part in this!
    Joy x

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  4. Very cute, clever little things aren't they!

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  5. Hope Himself realises that when the knitting is proudly handed over to him that he will have to share it with Pan!

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  6. Can't say I blame Pepper, it looks very comfy

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  7. Sweet Pepper knows a good place when she sees it! Just me thankful its not my Duncan snoozing there...your knitting would be covered with long white fur...like my porch furniture. Sweet post!

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  8. LOL! Such a precious little face, little ball of fluff :D

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