Jean Claude is a peace-loving animal. He looks out my bedroom window and actually tries to chat with the birds. Roxie, as those of you who read this blog know, is not so accomodating. Like most Bombays JC thinks he’s a dog and wants his belly rubbed. Last night he needed extra attention. Ms. Roxie was not pleased as she feels her need for nighttime attention supersedes his or anyone else’s for that matter. Eventually the fur began to fly…yes, at 3 am and on my bed!! Then, détente. Later Jean Claude made an early morning request that the blinds to my bedroom window be raised — by patting them– to accommodate his need to view his kingdom aka my backyard. Wednesday is trash day and for whatever reason he seems to find the process of trash collection fascinating.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Roxie and Jean Claude are back at my house or their other residence. They seem a bit tuckered out but happy to be here. They understand whether here or at CCL’s they are loved.
Roxie and Jean Claude are at their other residence. I miss them but I do welcome the chance to reclaim my home. When they go to CCL’s house, I undercover furniture and put away their toys and their scratching posts . I visit them at CCL’s house. We all need time for solitude and renewal. It allows us to recapture our spirit and reflect on the many blessings from God.
Many of you know that Jean Claude pats the windows blind when he wants us to raise them so he can look out at the world. We had some snow recently and it’s still pretty cold so JC doesn’t exercise his option to go outside. JC can go out because he stays in the yard and comes back inside in a reasonable amount of time. Roxie is a bit of tart and once let outdoors feels its her prerogative to hang out all night so she’s pretty much on lockdown.