Our beloved cat Rabbie died suddenly and unexpectedly this week. He suffered a thrombosis when he was out hunting and was found and was brought home to us by a kind neighbour. He tried really hard to fight on but it wasn't to be. We are all really sad but will always remember his star quality and spirit. He was something of a lothario and was the proud father of many kitties. He didn't speak to me for a week after I insisted upon a little visit to the vets! Rabbie was a legendary traveller and would disappear for days (once months!) at a time, always returning in marvellous form having clearly conned some other soul into feeding and caring for him! He suffered several indiginities at the hands of my children when they were younger and has been seen bedecked in Barbie pink maribou feathers, Christmas hats and various hair accessories. He taught my dog to swear (terribly!) and would then sit back and watch her getting into trouble. Lucy (the Westie) loved him desperately and he tolerated her like the fool he thought she was! To celebrate Rabbies life, this weeks Folksy Friday is dedicated to his numberous escapades...
To start; a pair of
earrings that capture
both his 'stud' status
and his many
Have a look at these from Fluffstuffs
Almost as much as the ladies, Rabbie loved a soft
snuggly blanket to curl up on,
...this one from FunkyBeans is intended for a baby..
Yes, he would have been
made to wear this if
middle daughter had her way - before
grabbing it for herself! From Bella D'Luna
Very useful for any traveller!
I don't know where he'd have
pinned them though!
Find your way to Hats Outrageous...
Because he was an exceedingly furry fat cat!
In a great choice of colours from Art;ordable
And we loved him!