MasterB’s visits to Wanda’s garden are not going down well with Rosie. She believes that Wanda, and everything associated with her, is hers. So she keeps appaering on top of the wall to glare after a MasterB who is already on his next escapade.
MasterB likes wallsitting himself. It was mild today, but he looks very tucked into himself here.
The new ginger is a log haired cat like Rosie. He did a bit of territorial spraying at the foot of the walls, so we may be having battles later.
The blackbird looked on unperturbed.
the social dilemmas of the cat world…so intriguing
Yes, I never tire of watching the dynamics.
! Master B’s looking good, Isobel. Eating normally again after his blip, hopefully. Interesting to see just how relaxed that blackbird is… 🙂
Hello there! Yes, but then blackbirds are very assertive.
Oh dear I don’t like territory battles.
No nor do I, vet’s bills…
Oh my, I wonder how all the battles will go. I’m with the black bird–just watch.
And intervene if vet’s bills are on the cards…
Another ginger in town….that one is truly “floofy” isn’t he….well, the blackbiard has plenty of drama to watch and to watch out for!
The blackbirds are pretty territorial too…
Some nice pictures of cats. That is a busy wall 🙂 I don’t remember hearing about Rosie and Wanda before. Maybe I just heard the first about them!
We have two Rosies. One is a dog the other is a cat. There is also a child called Rosa..
Wanda (not her real name) is a cataholic. She is responsible for naming Freddy, accompanies me to the cattery Christmas Fairs, and has never quite forgiven me for saying that I didn’t yet love MasterB when he had been living with me all of two days.