and I were fooling about doing dancy stuff on our back lawn one
afternoon when Plank, the neighbour's cat, came and joined in.
just leapt all around us and in between us and then dashed away
like he'd been really wicked and just had the best time in his life.
He came and did it again two days later and after a few more times
we started to make shapes for him to jump through and had Marcy,
my step sister take this snap.
call him when we're going but our neighbor doesn't approve. We don't
think Plank gets much chance for that kind of energizing with his
owner who lives on his own and is a bit of a grouch and isn't very
sensitive to cats.
who would call their cat 'Plank' for heavens sake?! We can't have
a cat because our daughter is allergic to them so we encourage Plank
to join in when we think his owner's not about."
& Janice, Vancouver