Contrary to what you may believe, I don’t spend ALL my time looking out the back windows of our bijoux apartment (said in a French accent), I just spend quite a bit of my time looking, as there always seems to be something going on.
…… And this week, I have noticed a new visitor, to wit, we now seem to have a moggy who likes to sit next to the fence, looking down at the river, most probably keeping a beady eye on the wild birds, but I am not so sure if cats are also interested in duck or swans.
We are not sure who he belongs to, but it’s doubtful it to someone in Riverside Towers because when we signed
over our lives the papers for the leasehold with our solicitor one of the rules was that we couldn’t have any pets ( …..or play musical instruments), so I think he must belong to one of the houses on the estate.
……… and it has made me think, as I said, we can’t have a pet ……. now obviously that’s cats and dogs, but I wonder if that includes a fish, or a budgie, a snake or a lizard or as Nigel would absolutely love, a house rabbit (or in our case a flat rabbit) …… I must get the paperwork out again, and see if it stipulates in more detail.