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A nice hot cup of tea is probably one of my favourite things; so when I saw this Mugtopper I had to have it. Promising to keep tea hotter for longer, and with a cat perched on the top, it is a sweet little item. I bought this in The Range and it was under £2. I am afraid I do not remember the exact amount (and they are not on the website) but it was reasonable.
Here it is:
Close up of the little face:
A while ago I posted about Marly being scared of anything noisy and big.
A few more things have come to light with Christmas and redecorating playing a big part in discovering them:
- The Tape Measure
- The drill
Jess is still cool as a cucumber …
Today I read an article that really pulled at my heartstrings. In Obinsk, Russia, a lovely long haired cat called Masha raised the alarm and kept an abandoned baby warm in sub-zero temperatures.
Back in the summer I visited Wah Nails with my sister – you can see a post about this here. The only tenuous link to cats is that my sister had a leopard print design painted on her nails. It was a lovely day and I was very happy at Christmas to receive the “WAH LONDON Ultimate Nail Art Kit” from my family. You can buy this from Boots.
She is called Sunbeam and you can learn more about her here: http://www.digibirds.com/en/product/detail/id/pZNMr376/cat/8.
Digibirds are advertised as “new interactive pet for kids” – I think that should be rephrased to “new interactive friend for cats” …
We were unsure how the cats would react to Sunbeam but were very surprised when they sniffed, patted gently and then seemed immediately fond of her. No attacking or trying to eat whatsoever.
Marly gives the best cuddles …
… That is all!