Meet the Three Moggies
A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…
Ok, it was seven years ago in a cat rescue centre in Amersham, but that doesn’t sound nearly as exciting.
But that’s where we met our three moggies: Archie, Henry and Oscar.
Ever since then the trio have been the bane/love of our lives, constant companions/in the way and – we can both agree – a source of constant humour.
The adventures they have are too good to tell only a few friends and family, so from today we will be regularly updating this; The Three Moggies blog.
But without further ado, lets quickly introduce the stars of the show – trust me there’s much more to come…
Our very own Top Cat, Archie had been through a hard time when he came to us: a big scratch down his nose, half an ear where he’d suffered from cancer and too long sat in the rescue centre while the kittens around him were snapped up.
He quickly settled in though and certainly took to his food – before a necessary diet plan kicked in. He has a penchant for onion bhajis and pizza, the loudest most soothing/annoying (depends who you ask!) purr ever and a sleep pattern that would make a Koala jealous.
Half cat, half bagpipes, Oscar certainly knows how to make an entrance. He’s Noisy with a capital N and usually up to some kind of trouble.
If any of the moggies have learnt some kind of trick – opening doors, climbing under the bed, jumping on the side or scratching to get let in – it will be Oscar who leads the way.
He loves his milk and can smell chicken from a mile off…
The baby of the gang, Henry was only eight weeks old when we got him. He still thinks he’s a baby now, regularly asking to be to taken to bed or carried like one.
Something of a cursed adventurer the young Henry often disappeared for days on end – and would usually come back with some injury or other. He’s had cat flu, been shot with an air rifle and taken on a car (and lost), but other than an iron paw he’s as good as new!
So, now you’ve met the gang make sure you come back soon to hear what they’ve been up to and to learn a bit more of the history of The Three Moggies.