A cat sitting bank holiday in sunny South Shields!

The sky’s a funny colour and there’s this big bright ball of light shining up there! Can we really be having such a lovely bank holiday?! These furry felines think so!

Jemaine chasing bumblebees

Jemaine out exploring

We’ve had a brilliant morning; full of sunlight, ladybirds, bumble bees, watering plants and taking our inside toys outside! I’m not sure what they think of my sun tan lotion though – I think they’d prefer eau de catnip.

Fogle sunbathing

Fogle  doing a spot of sunbathing

Lovely to get some fresh air and roll around in dirt and dust and twigs and tall grass and chase insects… straight after I’ve carefully brushed you (that’s right super furry Fogle, I’m talking to you!!!)

Maisie getting some vitamin D

Maisie getting some vitamin D

Well you didn’t think you were the only ones having a holiday did you?! While their owners are off away gallavanting – we’re having a great time enjoying ourselves. One of the lovely things about using a cat sitter is that your cats can still go outside while you’re away. A shame for them to miss this weather after all!

Bret playing with his mouse

Bret playing with his mouse

And of course, there’s still enough sunshine for me to have a lovely lunchbreak with my own balls of fluff! They get very cross if I don’t give them the same attention I give to my extended family after all!

Lyla getting her cuddles

Lyla getting her cuddles

Hope you’re all having a brilliant weekend, I know we all are : )

Rach x

(The Cat Whiskerer)

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