Different time zones
Meow-meow, meow-meow… meow-meow, meow-meow…
It’s certainly a variation on the traditional ‘beep-beep, beep-beep’ of an alarm clock – only it goes off a lot earlier.
And you can expect a visit from the RSPCA if you hit it on the head!
Yes, cats tend not to allow the unnatural time perameters set out by humans to make much of a difference to when they want feeding, to go out to play or to when they want to wake up.
And The Three Moggies are no exception: an early wake up call is a purrrfect way for them to start the day.
Anytime between 4.30am and 6.30am are Archie, Henry and Oscar’s favourite times.
Sometimes they’re hungry, sometimes they want to go outside, and sometimes they just want to say hello.
On all occasions it means you’re not getting any more sleep!
Mum seemed to think it would stop when the boys ‘matured’, but they just like their early mornings too much.
Oscar, not being a great fan of the litter tray, generally wants to go out; Henry often has an overwhelming desire to dive on the bed and headbutt you repeatedly – he doesn’t seem to care that it is 5am.
And then there is Archie. Whatever he wants, it won’t be to go out. Normally food but increasingly just to sleep on the bed. After all, it is his bed, isn’t it?
So come on you two, get up, it’s 6am already…!
Posted on 19/04/2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Archie, Henry, Oscar. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
wow…I don’t have that act down yet…I still let Mom and Dad sleep in. But ya know they are old as the first little green apple and retired sooooooo….they don’t dooooo much first thing in the morning these days cept watch news and read papers
we are spoilt moggies we have our humans around our paws meowwwww