Sunday, April 06, 2014

Easy Peasy Sunday

                                     
We thought since everyone got to go out walking this week at different times, it would be good to have outside pictures for our weekly InstaMag. The only walker here is of course Bujang. The other two walk for very short distances before they ask to go home, that is, sit outside the gate and wait for me to open it. 
   
This Sunday it was very quiet outside. The Town Council recommendation is that we have nothing along our corridor to facilitate movement. We tried that but the corridors just became sad walkways and lifeless. So as long as we do not clutter the corridor with stuff, the cOuncil leaves us pretty much alone. Along our stretch of corridor, it's just pretty much plants. Here Bujang was walking outside the little neighbour's house. The little boy says hello to the kitties when he passes by. 
This is what the front of our house looks like from across the building. It's the only part that is 'free'. I think that's why the sunbirds come to the house as well. 
                       
                    New linen so I have to snoopervise and lie on it. Hmmmmm..
                            
Bujang: I want to talk about yesterday. The morning was very odd as about 10 ish there was a strange tric-colored cat outside my house. She was just like my sister Akira. Tanaka was very upset and yelled at her for some time until grandma got up to close the door. San was inside the bedroom with Akira so she didn't hear us trying to protect our house from strangers. When san came out, grandma told her and san went out to look for it but she didn't find it. San told grandma that she has yet to see this kitty. The only other time a calico kitty came to our door was about 2 years ago. It was our community cat Minah who came to visit our house. But Minah went to the bridge two years ago. Like I said, it was an odd morning. 
Our rainbow kitty Minah, one of the prettiest community cats we have had. She died of kidney failure. She was also an admirer of our kitty Bujang and would follow him about when I brought him downstairs. 

3 comments:

Katnip Lounge said...

Mommy says it's important to have plants outdoors to soften the entry to a house...that way it feels more natural. Of course you three provide the wild life!

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

We love all the plants along the corridors and pictures of your walk. You look cute supervising the new linen, Tanaka-Chan. and Bujang you look very surprised in that photo!

Hmmm… who could that kitty be?

Purrs,
The Chans

Eileen said...

Maybe you have a new neighbour, Bujang? Meow, Jessica