It may surprise you to learn that all the kitten food has indeed been turned into a writhing mass inside Faith's tummy. Now purrsonally, I think she has a very bad case of worms! I mean, I can't be sure, but in light of the food disappearance, I believe that my theory is right. I have seen these TV documentaries where folks get these 'hooge' worms that eat them away and I think that the same is happening to Faith. She must be saved. I shall intercept all food products going into the room today, although, her food intake has slowed this morning and she only ate one side of Salmon instead of two! Maybe the worms are invading.... Oh no, what if they escape and move onto us... there is a considerable gap under the door and it's not far down the stairs into the food cupboard. We must Gather forces. TomFun & Securicat are to be on guard - THWAK - wake up TomFun, you are supposed to be on guard!
So whilst the little princess rests and relaxes, her wormery keeps on nudging her awake as a reminder that they are soon to break out. I hope she has them somewhere other than Momma's bed, but I doubt it, she is primed and ready for action 'right there'!
On the subject of worms, my tummy is a little better, I am still thin, but those steroids twice a day are helping to slow it all down in there and my skin looks clean and sparkley all on it's own, I haven't had to lick it my self for a few days - well, it's so tiring! I am being starved of course and the 6 meals a day are not really enough, I reckon I should have at least 10 or 12. I think I shall ring the Cat Line and ask them what they think about my starving state.
10 mins later: "Cat Line, oh hello Mr Slinky" the nice lady says. I tell her my dilemma "Oh she says, 6 meals a day, that's a awful lot, there are cats out there starving Sir." she tells me. "YAWP!" I say "I am starving, what is cat line for if it's not to help me negotiate my food limits?" No answer was the stern reply...
Mmmm. My thoughts turn to Sunday lunch, not far away, only a day or two - about the same for the Wormery then!