Spoilt Peppa (was Fae)

Spoilt Peppa (was Fae)
1 August 2013 Aime Cox-Tennant

Peppa is doing just fine. She loves playing with her toys and follows us around the house to be with us. We are confident that she is totally happy being spoilt by us and is happy to stay. We wouldn’t want it any other way.

Hopefully you can see she is doing just fine and is happy wherever we take her. Yes, she comes everywhere we go in the motor home, although we don’t let her out unless she’s on a lead. Peppa meets lots of people on our travels and is at ease with everyone.

She is an indoor cat with us and appears to be very content. She loves interacting with us at play time, her play time not ours. Much time is spent with her at our bedtime, keeping her fit and active. Not so sure about her paw on my face at 6 am when she’s ready for breakfast, but I’ll get used to it!

We wouldn’t be without Peppa and we spoil her rotten. However, we do keep firm control of her eating quantities, as guided by our vet. The strange thing is, she only eats dried food; whatever else we offer her she walks away – even cooked chicken. At the moment she is not a lap cat and hates being picked up, but we’re working on it.

Anyway, rest assured, Peppa is in good care and she’ll enjoy the rest of her long life.

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