Saturday, December 20, 2008

Katherine and Cincinnati's big adventure

This will be my second Christmas spent predominantly in Suffolk and, given the length of the break, Ros decided that the cats should join us.

I did have my reservations. All five cats were fairly traumatised by the move from East Dulwich to Kingsbury, and I was worried that they might react badly to a two-hour trip to Creeting St Peter. Ros had already loaded up the car by the time I got home yesterday evening, and all that remained was to put the cats in their carriers and put them in the car.

The journey itself was uneventful, although Katherine whinged all the way up the A1, across the A505 and around the A14. This was as nothing compared to the yowling as she was carried across the garden to the house - anyone would have thought that she was being tortured.

However, on being released from their boxes, they've explored the house and, whilst Cincinnati is a bit sulky, Katherine has taken to the change of scenery well. Eventually, we'll let them outside. It will be interesting to see whether the pheasants mug them...

3 comments:

Jennie said...

Has Katie found a radiator to stare at chez Ros?

Duncan Borrowman said...

We always take Simba and Sheba up to Grace's parents in Norfolk, passing near the Baronial hall of Baroness Ros and the Lady Mark on the way. We only get complaints (from him) on the roundabouts at each of the journey. They love it when they get to the residence of Capt. and Mrs Goodlad.

Duncan Borrowman said...

Sorry. I am told they should be referred to as Grandpaw and Grandmiaow.