Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Eating and snoring

Brinley seems to have decided that he is a big boy now and no longer wants his bottle, two sucks and he's had enough.  Geena has more milk this year than she's ever had, he's eating hard feed and gaining weight, albeit slowly so I am not too worried.  Here he is tucking into the Camelibra this morning.
I have been busy packing today it seems to be an endless task and one that is proving even more difficult knowing that we will have no space for anything in our tiny caravan so it may well stay packed for quite some time.

Whilst I was hard at work I heard snoring from the bedroom, for once it wasn't Paul, it was the cats.

Izzie fast off 
Smudge having a wash  before her next power nap.

Worst of all Tilly in the bed keeping my pj's warm.  It's a good job Paul wasn't about, and she was on my half (more like quarter) of the bed!


Rosemary said...

Don't the cats look comfortable?!
Good job they didn't bring some dead rodent in with them - which is what mine tend to do!

Debbie, Barnacre Alpacas said...

I'm sure they won't be quite so comfortable in the caravan!

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

The cats look nice and snug...under the duvet !...obviously they know about the caravan...and are making the most of the luxury of the bed !......Jayne

Cotswold Vale Alpacas said...

The kitties do look nice and comfy. We have a cat that loves to get under the duvet, which is ok unless they have muddy feet or bring you in a little pressie!

I know what you mean about space and fitting it in a caravan. But its funny how you pack things away and don't even miss them!

Good luck with the packing, it will all be worth it in the end.