We were sitting in the Bijou Garden in the lovely sunshine this morning having a cuppa when Tom announced that he was going to get his 'OLD TOGS' on and paint the fence.
I remember my Mum often used to say get your 'togs on' we're going out, when she meant get your coat.
This made me think, where does the saying come from, it makes no sense to me. Does anyone know?
Thanks for all the comments on poor little Dexter, Kate says that he hasn't the strength to jump up anywhere at the moment. I imagine his muscles are a bit wasted but he'll get there I'm sure.
Meanwhile here's a picture of Rowan who wouldn't hurt a fly
and one of Princess who pounces on Rowan at every opportunity, not sure how to cure this behaviour, any ideas.
This is the meanest cat I've ever owned. Just look at that face, it says it all.