Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Mary, Mungo and Midge

It seems like an age since I last posted but here are three more streetmogs, two taking refuge from the damp & continually crappy weather and one being more adventurous by hanging around outside. No more blogs or indeed mogs for a few days as it's off to my favourite part of the world, The Lake District, for some fresh air, wondrous fell walking and perhaps the odd pint or two. See you in spring time!

Streetmog number: 143
Streetmog name: Mary
Actual name:
Favourite Location: Front yard
Preferred stroke: Under chin scruncher
Character: Sweetie pie
Other: Mary was a real boon, a kitty tonic, a fluffy fillip during what was a pretty long and tough day of trudging. She seemed to live in a dwelling that wasn't, shall I say, well maintained and on first look she seemed a little ragged herself. However, on closer inspection she was clearly in good health and was nothing less than a beautiful cat in terms of both appearance and character. There ensued a whole lot of lovely fussing.

Streetmog number: 144
Streetmog name: Mungo
Actual name:
Favourite Location: Window sill
Preferred stroke: n/a
Character: Intrigued
Other: A new street, which is rare these days, and with it the discovery of this fabulous feline, who was pacing up and down the window sill and showing great interest in the silly man in bright orange coat who was in turn taking great interest in her. Mutual interest, then. A gorgeous moggle for sure, and one I'd like to meet and greet outside. Perhaps one day soon, Mungo.

Streetmog number: 145
Streetmog name: Midge
Actual name:
Favourite Location: Sofa cushion
Preferred stroke: n/a
Character: Indifferent
Other: Midge was the epitome of cat contentment, and I felt guilty interrupting his snooze. He didn't seem bothered by my appearing at the window, merely stretching out a paw and going back to the land of nod. Lucky mog.


  1. Mary looks like she might have a bit of Maine Coon in her - and even my very refained pedigree MC looks moth-eaten and a bit dishevelled.

    1. Moth-eaten, dishevelled, but beautiful no doubt :)