Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Weeping angel cats (Don't blink!)

In honour of our favourite "enemy" the Weeping Angels! (I don't find them very scary, but I love them!) Here are some scared cats who tries NOT to blink!

Good news: 
It's soon the Doctor Who Christmas Special, just 5 days to go!!

And now back to the cats!
Don't blink or the weeping angels will get you !!

Been trying not to blink for a while!

Oh no, it's a weeping angel cat!


Helping your cat not to blink!

Need to blink, so MUCH!

I'll blink one eye at the time!!

Oh no, I blinked once!!


Back off.....slowly...not blinking...

Feeling weird after not blinking for hours....!!

Oh nooo!!! !!!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Cats in the snow!

While we continue to wait for Christmas, I have collected some pictures. 
Some of us live in areas where it snows, and perhaps your cats can do as these and jump outside for a playtime? Do you have any pictures of your cat playing in the snow? (Unfortunatly Amadeus & Christa would freeze too easily and have to watch the snow from the window. I think especially Amadeus wish he could have gone out!)

Christa likes to be warm so much that this is what she does in winter! (Christa tells me to tell you that this picture was taken shortly after a visit to the veterinarian, so she didn't look her best ;)

And a little video Bonus: Simon's cat in the snow!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Daleks & cats united!

Actually sounds pretty scary....imagine a cat-Dalek alliance!
Well, now presenting a collection of cats and Daleks.

The same thing.......?

And as a small "Dalek-bonus" I'll add a sad Doctor with a cat.
(One of the two versions the Daleks wants to see. Either a defeated Doctor, or preferably a DEAD one. But we don't like the dead ones, so we added a sad Doctor. Enjoy, Dalek-fans). 

Click on it to see some rainy action....

Next time? (Weeping angel cats?)

Thursday, December 1, 2011

While we wait for (Doctor Who) Christmas!

I know there are many other Doctor Who fans out there who waits for the Doctor Who Christmas special! I myself at least, can't wait to have the cats curled up on my lap, the fireplace lit and watch the specials with my sister! What a Christmas gift from BBC. We love you!


Christmas gifts for your cat?
So have you thought of any Doctor Who gifts for your cat? You know they wouldn't forgive you if you forget them, and they expect to receive the best ;p 

Here are some inspiration!

Visit this blog to find out how you can knit your own cat-fez, hehe....

A Tardis for cats! Here is the how-to-make-it-pictures and explanation. Talented man, wish I could order one for my cats, but at least seriously contemplating on building one. (A not so good version of the above, hehe..)

Jar for cat treats?
What about a little Tardis to have your cat treats in? Every time you open it your cat will hear the sounds of the Tardis and come running towards it. (Good cat!)

A tiny Dalek
Maybe your cat would like to play with his own little Dalek (and you could help him...?) 


Doctor Who and hints of Narnia? Yes please! 

I knew it, they have a weakness! hehe....

Till next time: Fezes, stetsons, bow ties are cool!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

My cat ate my sonic screwdriver!

Yes, it's true. 
 My sister gave me a little figurine of Doctor who (Tennant) after a visit to England. I got it last week and it was featured in the previous blog post as a picture-series at the end.

Unfortunately this was obviously not the only thing he had been eating that night. First I noticed that the Doctor was missing his sonic screwdriver, which had been there the evening before. Yes, it's tiny, but Amadeus had obviously found it quite intriguing after the first encounter and eaten that tasty little screwdriver.

I don't think the Doctor liked the taste either.....
To everyone out there, who have always wanted to have a nibble on a sonic screwdriver, (or let your cat have a sonic snack) : Don't!

It will be very expensive, let me tell you all about it..

The next day he threw up several times. I thought it wasn't anything serious and just made sure that he got enough water to drink. But when he continued that night (even threw up in my bed while we were about to fall asleep), and into the next day, I decided to go to the veterinarian. Amadeus threw up so violently that he hit his poor little snout on the bathroom floor every time he was at it. (And that was after he had used my carpet and couch as a "bucket" several times.)

Luckily Amadeus didn't explode! ;)
He was very exhausted and not himself when we arrived the vet and they made sure he was given liquids and put him in a incubator to make sure he was warm enough. I had to wait at my parent's house from 14-21 before I could get him back and know exactly what it was. The vet had to open him up and search for the problem after the x-ray showed that something was wrong. She hadn't found the culprit, but I am certain that some of the things he threw up before we went to the vet, had been the troublemakers. A piece of silverpaper that he threw up in the bathroom and a small sonic screwdriver that was found in a small puddle on my carpet.

In the end I am just so grateful that everything went fine and I have my Amadeus back! He is acting all pathetic and repulsingly cute in his little patient-habit. He walks like two humans in a cat-suit. The front human walks with quick, small steps, while the human at the back of the cat-suit walks with long, slow steps.

Oh Amadeus, I am so happy that you have insurance because that operation was expensive! (I'm sure we could have bought a real sonic screwdriver for that money. One you couldn't have eaten because it would be large, awesome and Doctor-worthy!)

Dear Santa, this year we want a sonic screwdriver for Christmas! Because the owner is too poor to buy one herself now.

Yummy....does that taste good?
Amadeus in his little "sweater"
Being tired and post-operation
Look! I'm a Dachshund-kitten! (Shooort legs ;) 
Sonic screwdrivers hurt in belly....