Wednesday, 25 February 2015

The Ginger's Back in Town


My ginger boy is almost back to his playful (naughty) self.  We had a horrible start to the year when he got bitten but he is gradually getting his self confidence back.  He never seems to stray far from the house now.  He has never been a lap cat but now spends evenings sat next to me on the sofa.  Occasionally, he'll reach out his paw and touch me whilst he is nodding off.  I think it is a reassurance thing.

14 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

Its his way of saying thank you for looking after me
Julie xxx

Marigold Jam said...

He might have learned a lesson or two and decided that discretion is the better part of valour and that staying close to home a better bet. He's gorgeous.

Helen Philipps said...

So pleased to read this good news and to see your beautiful ginger kitty is healthy and happy again. Lovely that he seems to appreciate your tender care off him too.
Helen xox

Lisa said...

Excellent news. He knows how loved he is.
Lisa x

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Awe that's so sweet, he's a gorgeous boy, so glad he's on the mend. The closer he stays to home the better!
V x

Judy Hartman said...

So glad for you and Gizmo. He loves his mum!! xx

Rosie said...

Such a beautiful boy! He's decided that home is safer and that he is loved there:)

sharon said...

Hurray for Gizmo, with love from his girl friends in America, Dovey and Mya.
And three cheers for his mom, from their mom.

wherethejourneytakesme said...

So pleased to see him looking like his old self. He is such a cutie.

Puppet Lady said...

I'm very happy to read this. The picture melts my heart! You must be so pleased with this new behaviour after all the worry and stress earlier.

Bev C said...

Hello Gizmo,

Welcome back, enjoy those cuddles Simone.

Happy days.
Bev.

Lyn said...

Welcome back Gizmo, such a handsome chap xxxx

Anne Butera said...

So glad he's feeling better. He's looking good. I hope he continues to heal and to stay out of trouble!

Karen L R said...

There's really nothing like a fine ginger cat. Glad he's improving.