Saturday, August 08, 2009

My New House

Raja here. I thought everyone would like to hear about our new house. We live in a white stucco bungalow with a peaked roof. There are four steps leading up to the front door. The door opens into the living room, which culminates in a large closet. To the right of the door is the kitchen and behind that are a closet that Mommy uses as a bookcase, and the litterbox room. Mommy and I have to share the litterbox room. I don't really like that. Behind the litterbox room is the bedroom. We all sleep in there. The rest of the house belongs to another family.

We als have a yard, which I love. There are huge bushes to sit under or climb, cool places to sleep, and lots of wildlife to hunt. Plus I can visit the neighbors. They aren't home so no one bothers me.Mommy worries when I go out, but it's boring being inside all the time. We live on a quiet street and I'm careful.

Our house is hot, so Mommy runs either the wall blower or that caged monster. I hiss at the monster to let it know who's boss.

Take care,


Jan's Funny Farm said...

It sounds like a nice house. We hope you like it there and are happy.

Angel and Kirby said...

Muffin, We hope you likes your new house. It sounds nice.

Kaz's Cats said...

We're glad that you all have a nice place to live. Please be careful Raja when you go outside, although we know what you mean about staying inside being boring. We like to look outside too, 'cos it's interesting watching the birds and other critters.


Gypsy & Tasha

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Your new house sounds like lotsa fun! I hope you explore every corner to find the best napping spots. I would not like sharing a litterbox room either.

Maybe your mommy can get you a fling-ama-string to keep you busy playing so you won't want to go outside. I am obsessed with mine! Be careful out there. I'm sure your mommy watches over you closely when you're out there, but still, be careful, none of us want to lose you!

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Hi! Thanks for the advice for Joel. Mommy was a colikee baby too. Joel's baby VET says that many colikee babies actually suffered from acid reflux from immature immune systems and that is why it goes away after a few months.

mommy also didn't eat dairy for 4 weeks. that didn't help so luckily Joel isn't sensistive to lact, lakt, um, cow products.

she is working with a lactation specialist thru the hospital where Joel was born because she has "over supply"

that has helped tons. Joel started on the bottle too at 3 weeks old with no trouble. between that, new eating position and a pacifier has helped him eat better.

we didn't know until now that baby boys are traditionally difficult bre#stfeeders cause they want "instant gratification" and don't want to work for it. Mommy says they never outgrow that...ha ha ha

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