Every cat is unique in appearance, personality and behaviour. Our black and white Magic is addicted to raw chicken necks; Leo the tabby likes to relax in the letterbox; and tortoiseshell Daisy is interested in music. My attempts to practice the piano are often interrupted when she jumps up on the keys and plays a loud accompaniment. Here is a short video of Daisy’s latest composition.
Daisy may not be so skilled as the famous American piano cat called Nora but then, like me, she only started learning to play in later life.
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*Today I met Anna, a friend of the Barraclough family, you included. We happened to sit outside 8 Audrey Rd and she mentioned she knew the names on the bench. I told her I only knew you and Brian. **Milford Beach is amazing i all aspects.*
*Together with my daughter and her family I later enjoyed my favorite lunch at Platter`s. *
On 23 October 2016 at 15:12, Jennifer Barraclough’s Blog wrote:
> Jennifer Barraclough posted: “Every cat is unique in appearance, > personality and behaviour. Our black and white Magic is addicted to raw > chicken necks; Leo the tabby likes to relax in the letterbox; and > tortoiseshell Daisy is interested in music. My attempts to practice the > piano are ” >
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