29 July 2018
Winnie's cave bed was littered with her fur and drool and its cover had to be changed. Our human dug out old T-shirts again and found an interesting one.
This picture (bird's eye view) was taken from above and please don't mind our human's foot.
Feeling a little perplexed while staring at those words with Winnie inside, our human googled 'Child of the Earth' and found this.
Known as a “Child of the Earth” or “El Niño de la Tierra” in Spanish, this insect has also been called the Jerusalem cricket, and “the old bald man” (Who-tzi-Neh) by many American Indian tribes, and the “potato bug.” ... In reality, they can bite, but usually only when they are cornered or when they are picked up.
So let us pretend that Winnie's cave bed says 'Children of the Earth', an organisation with the slogan, 'Inspires and unites young people for peace worldwide'.
Or shall our human add 'ren' after the word Child for Winnie?
22 July 2018
15 July 2018
Winnie loves her DIY cave bed.
Since we live in a tropical country with hot weather and wearing a permanent fur coat, Winnie feels the heat.
So in the hot afternoons, Winnie tries her best to 'air' cool.
Our human gave names for these following positions. We will be happy if you could give better descriptive or apt names.
Three paw wave
08 July 2018
The cloth cave was littered with Winnie's fur that had to be cleaned out and changed.
Since cotton is less likely to attract fur than synthetic fibres, our human started digging out old cotton T-shirts and found one with gaudy orange colour.
Winnie did not mind that showy colour and promptly settled in.
It was only then it struck our human that cats do not see colours like human do. Cats colour vision is limited to shades of blues, grays and greens.
01 July 2018
It was a quiet afternoon. Too quiet to be true that worried our human a little.
Our human decided to walk round the house just to check and found this amusing sight – Winnie sleeping head in with her tail sticking out beside her panda toy companion.