Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Kello on kolme (aamulla, totta kai!) halusin pelata. Äiti halusin nukkua, mutta minä olin pelaaminen. Hehehe. Later she brushed me, which was not so much fun. I tried to sit in the box of brushes to stop it.
Veli Stran played lots today with me. Hän on iso kissa mutta hän on hyvin hellä. Hän on paras ystäväni.
Mutta hän syö minun ruokani. Voi voi.

9 comments:

Sirpa ja Kollo said...

Hellä kuva! Veli Stran seems to take care of you very well. Pidä puolesi ruokakupilla! :)

Carolyn said...

It is hard to see where big fluff ends and small fulff begins.

Johanna said...

Punapippuri, you are really good teacher. Aiti can write almost perfect Finnish :)

Brushing, first I did not like it, but now I have noticed brushing is very nice way to worship me.

I'm a little bit jealous. I can't sleep with my Mamma. My mother forces me to sleep in sauna. Usually me and Saara are trying to sleep in bedroom with Mamma and the Man. Always within 30 minutes mother comes to demand us to the sauna. Then Mamma carries us to sauna to sleep with mother.

~Aada~

Kuovi said...

Oh, it's so lovely to see that Punapippuri has a good home now <3 Thank you! It was my grandparents that originally found him and my grand-aunt that took him to the vet where you got him :)

Karin Parker said...

Thank you! Please pass this on to your grand-parents and grand-aunt - I am very pleased to welcome him to the family.

Kuovi said...

He’s just a little fighter :) My grandparents live in Muhos in the middle of fields and saw Punapippuri wandering around their yard couple of days looking shabby (in the neighbourhood the cats are usually wild and avoid the company of people, so this was a little odd behaviour) and tried to catch him, but every time he ran away. Until one night he came crying behind their front door begging them to take him inside… They are very warm-hearted people so of course they did, but because they are old and have a bad health they couldn’t keep him (and this was really hard for my grandfather…) and tried to get him to the animal shelter, but they refused to take him there so my grand-aunt took him to Oulu and you know the rest of the story :) It’s sure nice to see him being all right <3

Karin Parker said...

Voi voi. I had no idea he really had been WILD! He does not seem it at all. Another cat with 'sisu'. Many thanks to your grand-parents for opening their door to him, and please tell them Punapippuri will be well cared for, and very much loved. I hope they'll be able to watch his progress in his blog. My wonderful vet told me it was 'fate' that day when he came in, and I was there with my poor old Monty cat!

Kuovi said...

We also were amazed that he was so tame, usually the wild cats teach their kittens right from the start to be afraid of people. Punapippuri spend some time with my grand-aunt before she took him to the vet and she said she made him a bed in a closet, but he rather slept with her in the bed :D And maybe he really was meant to be your "baby" :)

Karin Parker said...

He sleeps in my bed too now, and makes sure that I do not sleep very much :)