Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Dawdling at dusk

Our cats like to take us for walks in the garden in the evening. This evening, I was out assessing a few of our trees which appear to have suffered in recent weird weather. Two of them on the border may need to be cut down, but it will mean more light for the trees lining the driveway.

As I bent down to check the base of one tree, I heard the thundering of 8 kgs of ginger tom charging up the driveway then up the tree.

The photos are out of focus due to the lack of light, but you get the general idea. Simon came out later to check the tree, and caught Mango about to spring on Ruppin, who was hiding, as is his wont, under the agapanthus.

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