We have to swim out of the way as the cat tries to drink from our water. We expect that he won’t drink very much, so that won’t deplete our supply. The poor thing must be thirsty. We hope the human is looking after him properly. His coat looks full and bushy and he seems lively enough.
Dear Sasha, here is your special web birthday gift. It is a very small book of some photos of you in a PDF file. As you cannot put PDF files on your old fashioned blog, the food bearer asked us to put it on our blog for you.
Princess Aurora for all the Pond Fish
p.s. It took a long time for us to make your birthday card and we hope you are grateful.
The food bearer, Lynettea, says she made your book on Canva https://www.canva.com/
on the web for you.
sashas-fourth-birthday (download the PDF FILE)
The Cat Sasha is always very interested in supervising us at meal times. Princess Aurora wondered why he was so often staring at us when we ate. Our foods are very tiny, mere grains, and could surely not tempt a huge cat like Sasha.
Maybe he thinks he will put us in some kind of order to eat the foods. We would resent that. We do not like any interference in our regular habits. We are capable of eating our foods without supervision.
Now we find that it is his birthday in a couple of days and Lynettea wants us to surprise him with a secret gift. We have not had a gift for our many birthdays. So many birthdays we can count when no-one has given us a gift.
We resent being asked. But we suppose we will comply, as the food bearer has requested it.
When Princess Aurora asked him why he was looking at us, he fobbed her off with a silent stare. Then Lynettea forced him to move away, so she was not able to continue the interview.
The cat has his garden cane basket nearby and we see him at feeding time, when he comes onto the edge of the pond and stares at us. He thinks he can supervise us! As if we need any help. Most of us are far wiser and older than he.