Failing to get a place in the patio and kitchen, Heidi has now declared that the playground is hers.
Yes, the entire playground. All of it.
And when you step into the playground, Heidi runs from "miles away" and greets you warmly and joyfully.
She is an exemplary host. The best I've seen.
And if you wish to use Heidi's basketball court for a good reason (like exercise), she not only allows you to (rent free) but she even accompanies you.
You are also allowed to take your morning walks around Heidi's playground.
I missed the shot of the white cat. She came with Heidi and both were on the basketball court.
I'm a very generous cat, you know...
Even dogs are allowed on Heidi's playground. We do not discriminate.
And if you visit Heidi's playground, she will entertain you with her tree-climbing skills.
Whisky, frisky hippity hop,
Up she goes to the tree top!
Can you see Heidi?
No? Zoom in, please.
See Heidi now?
Whirly, twirly, round and round,
Down she scampers to the ground!
And of course, any cat is allowed to visit too.
May I join the morning chat?
I know, you wish you could go out too, but...
Maybe one day...but only if you promise to come back when we call you.
Will cats come back if you call them? Not all. Normally they will pretend they cannot hear you, right? Worse is if they suddenly freak out and run helter-skelter. That would be a total nightmare. That's what happened to Cleo once when she jumped off my arms outside the clinic. It took us 7 hours to finally get her back and all the while she was hiding inside a large crate, just too freaked out to come out. I even called a friend who had some (reiki) psychic powers to help locate her. 7 hours, folks. The worse 7 hours of my life and I remember regretting it so much that I had made a wrong judgment call, thinking I would be able to carry her into the clinic without a carrier. Wrong!!
Anyway, it's not so bad in Bunny's Place too, is it?
You can sleep like nobody's business and not worry about anything.
I would say this garden is pretty good too, by Hong Kong standards...
There are shelves for catnaps.
Or if you prefer the penthouse, you could ask permission from Pole.
There's a clubhouse too.
If you prefer indoors, that's okay as well.
And when it rains, you can all come in. You don't have to hide in the drains on the streets.
And yes, the Patio Family is dying to get in.
I guess the grass is always greener on the other side, isn't it?
Let's be happy where we are and be at peace with what we have (if we cannot do anything to change it)!
(Yups, despite the water woes and all...at least there is no earthquake and flesh-eating viruses, and we can still purchase bottled water, if we have to. It isn't so bad, really...)