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About erinthecatprincess

I was never lost, but then I was found with my kittens and sent into shelter. Good people cared for me and mended my ears (as best they could) then I was put up for adoption. My Kittens were all adopted but nobody came for me, not until one day when, in tears, my new peep came & whisked me away. So here I am, alive & safe & looking for fun, adventure, friendship & to help those less fortunate than I.

Hair today!

Hello and welcome to The Sunday Selfies!

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Well, what can I say. . . .  OK, I don’t really want you to answer that, but it has been one of those weeks. On the good side, I went to the specialist to get my vaccinations, on the bad side they took blood and shaved my neck. Needless to say, I was NOT amused! Alas, for the medical staff Mrs H was not allowed to accompany me in to placate my many resistances.

On the plus side to all that, two days later when the effects of the jabs and wormer wore off, I got a huge extra dinner. All those missed meals soon add up, I can tell you, and it took me another two days to eat them and my normal spartan platter of food.

I was going to say I eat like a sparrow, but Mrs H said I need to be honest and confess to eating a sparrow just to irritate her for taking me for my jabs. Needless to say, Mrs H was not amused, mainly because she’d just made me a nice supper. Seems like eating sparrows between meals does ruin your appetite, MOL

Anyways, without further ado, here is this week’s selfie!

     What I soon discovered was that despite how easily the hair comes off, no amount of pawing or cajoling can ever make it – the hair Mrs H has groomed off me – ever stick back on again!

It has left me with a rather embarrassing situation of having to go out partly undressed, which clearly just isn’t on for a lady of my standing in the community! So As a result, I will be setting a new fashion this summer for the well-heeled town & country cat, by wearing a very smart button-down collar, sans the blouse, and a paisley cravat, complete with a mouse tail pin!

Whatever your fashion trendsetting ways are this week, stay safe and heed the warnings. Masks can be fun, especially at mealtimes when the staff won’t know which of you they have fed, and thus will have to feed you again, just to be sure 😉

Please note that the W.H.O. does not advocate shaving of cats purely for fashion reasons!

Till later……

Toodle pip and purrs!

ERin

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