Cat Idioms

Something I sometimes said when I was a high school teacher in the UK was “it’s like herding cats trying to get my year 9s to do even the simplest task on time” The underlined part is the idiom and means = almost an impossibility (can you imagine trying to herd a lot of cats?Continue reading “Cat Idioms”

Adjectives for Cats

A list of useful ADJECTIVES to describe cats (or some other animals too) scratchy (abrasive, irritable, rough) stealthy (furtive, sneaky, surreptitious) mischievous (impish, wicked but in a good way, naughty but in a nice way) independent (autonomous, self-governing, free) silent (still, soundless) lazy (slothful, indolent, idle) inquisitive (questioning, wondering, speculative) relaxed (unagitated, cool, unexcited) nonchalantContinue reading “Adjectives for Cats”

Christmas with Cats

How are your cats at Christmas when all the decorations go up? If they are like mine… They LOVE decorations! (Love tearing them down that is!) hahaha This year I have even more very young cats than I had last year so I have to be extra careful where I put the tree and otherContinue reading “Christmas with Cats”

Which cat will you choose next?

Look carefully at the six photographs of my cats and let me know by voting which one you want to hear more about next. The last photo is of Bellamy and you have had a little bit of information on him already, but if you want even about him, then please vote for him. IfContinue reading “Which cat will you choose next?”

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