Monday, 16 December 2013

Perfect Pets: Homer.

Meet Hannah and Homer:

"Likes: eating, sleeping, being lazy, sneaking onto my bed, tuna
Dislikes: cuddles, crows, having to jump over the fence to get out of the garden.. He's too fat!

This is my giant fat monster of a cat, Homer. Don't be fooled by his snuggling looking appearance, he's actually a bit of a meanie! Much to my disappointment he doesn't really like cuddling and always tries to bite me, so once he's on my bed that's it, he's there all day because I don't dare move him! We've had him since he was a kitten and he's about 12 now, and even though he could be the devil cat I wouldn't change him for the world because he's such a funny little (well, large) character. He doesn't really do much nowadays apart from eat, sleep and sunbathe, and he won't play with me no matter how much wool I dangle in front of his face. He also gets bullied by crows in our garden!"

Check out Hannah's blog here.

Katie xx

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  1. Aw Homer sounds like my cat too! She was a stray and isn't a big fan of cuddles and will just randomly attack you at times, but I love that she's a bit different and has some personality :) Homer looks very cosy and cuddly, he's lovely x x

    Claire | AgentSmyth

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  3. Oh Homer is adorable! He looks as if butter wouldn't melt. However, I know very well not to be fooled by appearances - we had a rabbit who looked lovely, but was a nasty little thing and we had to handle him with gardening gloves!

  4. Oh my goodness, he's the cutest! He looks so cuddly, but I know from experience that appearances can be deceiving hehe!

    Jennie xo |

  5. What a cutie! He looks so good and quiet :))

    Jasmine xx


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