Thursday, December 25, 2008

Inul - 11 months old

It puzzles me why every time I step on this cover I see water falls off the edge.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Mama Daisy's moods during the journey

Mama Daisy slept I think 90% of the journey. She's so used to travelling long distances now that she takes the long journey to hibernate!
Mama Daisy looking drowsy after being woken up from her sleep when we dropped by at Betong petrol kiosk for refuelling. 
We left Kuching around 8.30 am on the 12th of December for our 11th trip to Bintulu. This trip will add another 600 km to our record. Throughout this trip the weather was a bit cloudy and we encountered no rains.  This time we dropped by at Engkilili for lunch.
Daisy at a car park in Engkililil looking concerned  at me eating the tuna and cookies for lunch.

Visit to Cat Museum

While in Kuching recently, my foster parents visited the Cat Museum.
Looking very much like Einstein, but NO.
They said there was a picture of a cat looking very much like Einstein dispalyed at the museum. But we thought Einstein had a full moustache whereas the one in the picture a half- moustache.  Too bad when we came back to Kuching after the 10th trip to Bintulu,  Einstein and Macy Grey did not appear at all . Chances are we are losing both of them now.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

A Watch Cat am I ?

Gave my foster parents a good surprise today. Here I am on top of the main door. " Oh, Look" they said, " Inul, wants to be a watch cat!"

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Daisy having a morning stroll

Having recovered from the long trip from Bintulu to Kuching, Mama Daisy takes time to stroll around the garden early this morning.  The lovely orange ixoras were her favourite and since their flowers were low she could easily smell them .

Monday, December 1, 2008

10 th trip Back Kuching

Today (1/12) at 9.00 am we left Bintulu for the road again. On this 10th trip back Kuching, Mama remained very cool. She was a bit grumpy at first especially when we had to climb the bumpy farm road before we could hit the smooth highway. I was in tears. I loved Bintulu for its jungle and freedom to wander about the bushes, chasing after birds, butterflies, grasshoppers, lizards and giant millipede. But Mama was kind and loving today. She comforted me and tried her best to cool my nerves. Finally after about half an hour through the journey I settled down after sensing that all the rest of the company were telling me not to fear or cry too long. Everything's OK. Thanks to Mama for all her moral support.

Me taking a short nap, whereever or whenever possible.
Mama slept through most of the time, I think eight out of the ten hours journey. Her favourite 'pillow' is this notebook bag.
We dropped by at Sarikei for lunch. At a roadside stall there our foster parents bought a grilled chicken which we got to share.
Towards the last quarter of the journey i.e after Sri Aman town, we encountered lots of heavy rain .
We arrived Kuching around 7.00 pm .

Stranger in Our Midst

Yesterday we saw this stranger came into our territory. He/She?? was immediately chased by Mama.