Friends, I am happy to tell you that my long term training is giving results again! Apparently I have gained enough trust from my staff (but just between us cats, I think my staff is even more naive than I thought, they would actually trust a cat!!), so that they let me go out in the garden WITHOUT MY LEASH! Can you believe this! I was able to roam freely without that annoying piece of string around my neck and stomach. FREEDOM! Of course, I was clever enough to behave very properly in order not to lose this priviledge right away, but I have plans for escape... Anyhow, the secretary walked right beside me, and we thought to take you with us along my usual route around the house.
Here we go, in front of the main door. You should always have time to smell the flowers or something.
In the front yard, there were some interesting small insects flying around. I catched a few. I'm sure no-one will miss them.
This is where being without a leash really pays off, I was able to check some trickier places! See me there between the stair and the wall? Interesting smells I tell you.
For a while I was hiding behind this bush. The smell of its leaves was very intriguing. I had to inspect that for a while.
On the other side of the house, nothing of interest here. Just checking out the view to the terrace.
But then, nice rolling around on the tiling.
....streeeeetccchhhh... and I'm done. Moving on.
At the back side of the house, what on earth is this thingie? It's dripping water...? All the strange gadgets the people have in their houses...
Almost done. Here's a bit sad sight, a bobsled in the summer! Apparently my staff is lacking storage space...
In the front yard again. I'm looking at the neighbours garden in this picture. Maybe I could sneak out there someday... I've heard that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence!
I hope you enjoyed the tour!