Even our pets love their new home. We may not have the coast at our doorstep, what we have instead are farm land around us, although to be fair, my husband pointed out the sea from our back door. Yes, we have sea-views, though to be honest, they really look more like horizon views 😉
However, we do have a massive garden. Well, I guess, depends on what “huge” is for you. Let’s just say our garden is big enough for Doc to have a run-around and get enough exercise without having to walk him.
We have a front-garden where little T likes to pitch up her tents and DIY tepees, where they usually play. There’s a tiny “meadow” which we plan to let the grass grow a bit to encourage more wild-flowers to grow. And where Doc is usually found rooting around.
There’s also a tiny patch of land behind that small outdoor building (more like a shed really). And a back-garden that isn’t big either. The biggest part is on the side of the house…
It suddenly dawned on me, when searching for photos for this post, I don’t have much recent photos of Doc.
As for Boots, I’m happy to share that she’s back to being an outdoor cat.
She loves our new home. She can come and go as she pleases. We don’t have a cat-flap but we leave the boot room window open for her.
Spot the cat …
It’s funny. She has all that ground and tress to explore, but most days you’ll find her inside the house You’ll either find her in the conservatory or in little T’s room. She has claimed her bed as her own.
Boots has her own blanket on the foot of T’s bed. As much as I’d love to share that Boots and Doc are now best-friends, sadly that isn’t the case. Let’s just say she tolerates him more now.
And of course, one of the reasons why I love our house and its location is that there is no crazy-cat woman in the area 😉 Little Boots is safe.
Are your pets best-friends?
Do you have a cat? Where does it sleep?