Can you identify all eight of them? The tabbies are tricky!
Yes, Timmy is up to his naughty musical bowl trick again.
After ensuring Mr Zurik had ample food (to keep him eating at the patio), I went out to look for Willy.
Willy was across the road and came running when he saw me.
He seemed hungry, and that is good.
But in less than 2 minutes into eating, Willy froze.
Hey, what are you doing here??
How could he possibly finish eating that huge bowl of kibbles so quickly?
Mr Zurik wasted no time in antagonising Willy. He went behind me.
But I was faster, so I stopped him and pinned him against the wall.
Go home, Mr Zurik!
He wouldn't budge and I forgot to bring my water-gun, so I had to physically push him away.
Persistent, isn't he?
Willy was getting scared, but we are looking at a headway this time. At least Willy did NOT run off. Now, that's an achievement in itself.
I shoo-ed the Russian further off.
And replenished Willy's bowl.
I had to keep on physically pushing Zurik away, and it was getting to be a chore.
I couldn't risk running into the house to get the water-gun and leaving Willy at his mercy.
My, my...he actually finished up a whole can of Monge. For a tiny cat like him, that's pretty good appetite.
So I resorted to bribing the Russian with food.
I mean, what else could I do?
But that did not stop him from advancing towards Willy.
He is bent on bullying the tiny cat.
Suddenly, we heard the sound of fierce cat fighting.
It sounded like it came from inside the house.
The patio cats run out to the porch for cover.
Rosie had disappeared to the neighbour's already.
I quickly run in.
I see. Mr Zurik did NOT finish his food. He was more interested in going out to bully Willy.
Heidi was already in the kitchen but soon came out.
Okay, so it was Indy. Just as I thought.
He looked completely frazzled.
Now, which one of you got bullied by Indy?
Everyone wanted a snack.