Yesterday Mrs Kensington went missing! She squeezed out of a window. We went to top up their food in the morning and discovered we were cat-less. William was also missing. Well! We quickly called work and said we would be late, there was a cat crisis. After searching the garden and peeking over the neighbours fences we decided we would slowly drive back to our old house to see if we could see them anywhere along the way. But alas, we went to go back into the house and discovered we had locked ourselves out. For some reason we have no key to the backdoor and the chain was on the door at the front. Mr Pigalina was just trying to shimmy through a window the size of a small tea tray when William appeared, covered in cobwebs. Well, that was one cat found. We decided to force the chain off the door (we now have a chunk out of the door frame) and after driving to our old house went to work. All day I was concerned, what if she had been run over?
It is a well known fact that when you move house you have to keep cats in for about 2 weeks to get them used to their new home so that they won’t try to walk back to the old one.
Well, guess who turned up in the kitchen at tea-time looking for food, yes, Mrs K. The cheeky bitch had waited until after I had called the SPCA, missed an hour of work and made missing cat posters to turn up like nothing had happened.