Saturday, 23 November 2013

The Worm Turned

Red lolling about on the rug in the sitting area in the dining room. I found this rug in Manchester on one of my forays and love it for the perfect teal colour. I'm less sure about the odd worm on it that looks like a naked shell-less Brian the Snail from the Magic Roundabout. It is looks very sad at one end now as Red has been using it as a scratch mat and I'm surprised it is not threadbare. 

However, what Red is up to is beyond me thought the last one looks the most incriminating.





16 comments:

  1. Red loves the rug! It looks like a nice napping spot.

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  2. A very sweet rug I can see why red loves it. Very gorgeous cat!! Thank you for visiting my blog and for leaving a comment. Enjoy your weekend. Xo

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  3. Red thinks he has a wonderful new friend which is terrific. Too cute. Have a great week end.

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  4. Your rug now looks as though it is the property of Red now!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  5. Mum says most of her friends re two dimensional! I don't know what she means mol xx

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  6. It looks like Red found a new furriend :)

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  7. Red looks like he wants to be furiends!

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  8. Evryone should have a rug with a slug on it. Sure. (Ahem).

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    1. Wonderful the rug is now duly and officially named in a similar vein to those grand Dublin street sculptures!

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  9. Oh how lovely to meet you. THANK you for the visit! xox

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  10. MOL! Love the Rug with a Slug! Love the crossed paws too.
    Mum has a photo of the Hags with Bags on her photo blog.

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    1. I stupidly had a great pic taken with them before I realised what they were called.....my Sis had great mileage out of that one....!

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  11. Do you mean that carpets and mats are NOT for scratching? Surely you jest.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  12. Nice to meet you Red. Clearly that rug is purrfect for your purrposes... and as a cat I recommend you keep your humans guessing on what that purrpose is! Cheers, Tuxedo Jack from 2catsandacattledog.com (ps, your coat is gorgeous... meow)

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