eglantine_br (eglantine_br) wrote,
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The cats in new digs

Both cats seem to prefer the new place. They were scared at first but the same furniture and familiar smells soon settled them. There are lots of bids here, and wide windowsills to sit on, for threatening them.

There is a robust wildlife thing here. Last night I saw a raccoon, leaving the neighboring building's garbage zone. I was a small one, not much bigger than a big cat, but you cannot mistake that funny humpy walk for anything else.

Here is another photo of cats, Lyra is annexing Hazel's bed, Yodel is by the door. He is quite stout now, and minds the heat.

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