For the first time in around a month, I got to see my cat, Eros, on Saturday. He’s my stepmum’s cat so lives with her and my dad and I haven’t been to their’s for a while.
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It’s amazing how much Eros has grown! He looks really fat at the moment because he has so much extra winter fur. It’s quite funny. I’m so glad I got to see him, as I can’t see my rabbits for a month. Sooty, my eldest rabbit, has a parasite that can be transmitted to humans with a ‘less than perfect’ immune system (i.e. me at the moment, who seems to catch everything). I can’t see any of my rabbit’s until it’s definitely gone in case any of them have it and I catch it. It doesn’t feel very fair, as I was looking forward to spending more time with the bunnies now that I can’t study at the moment.
I’m so glad I went to my dad’s on Saturday. It was nice to have a change of scenery. Unfortunately, I did manage to hit my step limit (1,000 steps) by about 3 pm, so had to sit down and watch films for the rest of the day. I didn’t mind that too much, as I got to watch Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. It was like stepping into my childhood, except with real characters instead of cartoon ones. I also watched Nanny McPhee for the millionth time – I just love the colourful sheep at the end! If you haven’t watched Nanny McPhee and have no idea what I’m talking about, please, watch it NOW!