TAILS OF A TRAVELLING CAT
Greetings humans and welcome back to my blog. Ah, it is good to be back! Now, as I’m sure you’ve missed me terribly, I’ll help you recover with a few stunning pictures of me to catch you up on what I’ve been doing in the intervening time since last I wrote.
Firstly, I have become a knitted cat toy model (I must find a catchier title). I think I would sell these things well, I will just smile endearingly at cats' humans until they decide what they really need for their beloved felines is another cat toy (or three).
I have achieved a new bed – a radiator hammock – which is rather lovely and I've been immortalised in icing. Ok, maybe I need a word less permanent than immortalised, depicted perhaps, or sculpted.
Also, I have a new housemate by the name of Roland. Although we are the best of friends, he won’t be joining me on my travels because, frankly, he would rather watch TV and has an unfortunate penchant for killing things, as well as guarding his fake chicken. Under Charlie’s guidance, Roland has become somewhat rehabilitated, but let’s just say we won’t be letting him near the airport staff who might need to search him.
Now, I’ve caught you up and you’re all feeling better, I should probably fill you in on this trip. We visited a place called Benelux which actually turned out to be three countries, which I didn’t expect. The three countries are BElgium, NEtherlands and LUXembourg, makes sense now, doesn’t it? The three cities we visited within these countries were Amsterdam (Netherlands), Brussels (Belgium) and Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) – more on the confusing nature of the word Luxembourg when I get to that day.
The three of us (myself, Charlie and Jack) were visiting for a long weekend, a day in Amsterdam, a day travelling by train with a stopover in Brussels and then a day in Luxembourg City.