It turns out he was spending his days with a near neighbour (less than 100 metres away!) and her cats. We aren't sure where he was sleeping at night, but as you can see from the photo he certainly doesn't seem to have come to any harm! We've been advised to ground him for two weeks - apparently that's how long it takes to break a cat behaviour. So, he's spent all of today in the house, and apart from a few scratches at the window, he's been fine - here he is basking on his favourite sheepskin rug. We're now thinking of getting a second cat as company for him, although maybe that will just mean two cats to worry about...
- the Lorne Walk
- I'm told that this shop (that is really just the f...
- The snow has long gone and the hills around the ci...
- Reflections in a mirrored panel at Forestside shop...
- A lovely sunset, with a view over to west Belfast....
- In the last couple of months there has been an inf...
- Another wonderful spring day - with masses of daff...
- This is what happens if you don't pay your road ta...
- Skater girls
- the Albert Clock
- white mountains
- Mother's Day
- St Patrick's Day
- Belfast Movie
- Red Nose Day
- The Great Daffodil Appeal
- Polling Day
- Election Eve
- the Europa
- Evening Sun
- Child Labour
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