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Walking The Cat (as you do)

Life did as life will do and went and got in the way this week, so instead of a pithy offering from my forked tongue (via my elegantly manicured talons), I shall leave you with this picture.

I took this whilst out walking my cat, because yes, I have become the sort of woman who does that in public (in stilettos, to be more precise). Judge all you like – I haven’t even got so far as writing a piece on his sartorial highlights yet (from Santa hat to sailor suit).

The locals have grown rather accustomed to the sight and only laugh a little bit as we trot on by, mainly because we appear to have, according to one wide-eyed chap, been out-weirded by some freak who walks his ferret on a lead. I have to say that the most bizarre thing about all this is people in London actually talking to each other. Perverts.

Have a lovely week.

 

WC Walkies

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About prettyfeetpoptoe

I live in London and have both my own legs so I am fortunate enough to get out and about on occasion. I form many views on the things that I see and do and love nothing better than a session of linguistic gymnastics in order to share these views.

6 responses »

  1. Do you push a supermarket trolley with all your belongings at the same time?

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  2. I, too, love my cat. We don’t take walks, or, more accurately, she wouldn’t take one if I leashed her and dragged her out into the world. She is a free spirit and, out in the open, she would merely plot to escape and run free. She would forget the mean dogs and miserable weather she went through for two weeks the last time she tried that.
    Always a joy,
    Scott

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  3. I too, walk my cat. People look at me like I am crazy…Glad to know I am not the only weirdo out there…LOL

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