Here are some of the daily doings of Plum and her owner.
I know this feeling! It will get better with time. But then again, you can never know, and it is so scary... :( I'm sorry!
Thank you for saying that. It's funny that Plum doesn't seemed unnerved at all. I don't think she even saw her attacker - he came from behind, so maybe that's one good thing!
Instead of being embarrassed maybe you should be happy that Emma loves you so much. My Mum is always watching out for me and Kissin' on my furs but I just look at it as the cost of doing business. She gives me all the love and attention and treats that I so rightly deserve, and I allow a certain amount of gushiness. Of course as a cat I also get to walk away when she gets too mushy.Love Grace
I always knew there were good things about being a cat. Thank you for telling me. I will try to see things differently - through your eyes - from now on.
I would fear the worst here, Plum. Apparently my predecessor Meg was almost eaten by a greyhound, and my owner's shrieks of 'Go away!' still ring periodically over the Suffolk fields. Not that we ever meet many other dogs there. My biggest problem are the local donkeys, who I tell to 'Go away!' when they eat too many of my sugar lumps. love Katie
OH! Donkeys! We don't get many of those in London but when I see them on TV I ALWAYS tell them to GO Away! Love Plum xx