Sunday, September 28, 2008

Faz on Ginger Patrol


Right, I've had enough of this. I am off to show Mr Ginger who's boss and exactly who owns this garden.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Hiding? Me?


No, I am not scared of Mr Ginger and I am not hiding from him, I am just ... errr ... looking for something. FAZ

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

PROOF!

This is Mr Ginger sitting in MY garden under MY bush. I cannot believe the audacity of that cat. FAZ

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Two Beaches


Explanation: Beach No. 1 (pebbles) is where we live in St Leonards on Sea on the South Coast of England and Beach No. 2 (sand) is where my girl human was born in Australia. She loves both beaches equally.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Another busy day at Faz Towers


Well that's the snoozing done for the day, time for a bit of mouse hunting. Come out, come out wherever you are my Luscious Little Friends.

Monday, September 08, 2008

This is wonderful


I haven't been able to download this video (I am useless) but click on this Youtube link to watch, it's wonderful. You will need a pile of tissues. FAZ

Saturday, September 06, 2008

Scotney Castle and the cats


Last weekend the humans went to see Scotney Castle which was owned by a lovely lady called Betty who adored her cats. Throughout the house you can see cats everywhere; in photographs, drawings and mementos. When she died in her 90s (2 years ago) she insisted her cat 'Puss' should live in the castle until his death. The house and grounds were given to the National Trust by Betty's late husband who now take care of 'Puss' and he still has the run of this beautiful house. I wonder if he is allowed to sharpen his claws on the antique furniture?

Unfortunately the humans didn't get to see 'Puss' whilst they were visiting (we think he was having a snooze) but they did see his statue in the fountain (scroll down to see 'Puss' - or one of his ancestors - catching a fish).



Monday, September 01, 2008

£34 for The Cats Protection League


Well done everyone you were brilliant. The only critter that got it 100% right was the lovely and (clearly) intelligent Karen Jo.

There were lots of close ones though so thank you everyone for entering into the spirit of things and helping us raise the money for a good cause.

The answers are:

1. White Rhino
2. Alpaca (with a haircut)
3. Gibbon
4. Meerkat
5. Mongoose