Too much sun :( / nearly had a squirrel jump in my window earlier

I have a migraine from hell coming on. Too much sun and hay fever isn’t a good mix. The ankle is also playing up again. I thought it was better but my test walk proved it wasn’t ready to move too much yet. I feel sick because the sun was too much. I need to be up tomorrow as I have plans do hopefully I wake up without a migraine. I have the most random things happen in my life. I had my window open due to the heat earlier. I heard a thud and a squirrel nearly jumped right into my window. He saw me and decided to change his mind at the last minute. He turned round and scurried up a tree outside. Maybe it’s a bit too hot for the wildlife. That’s never happened before. The only animals that end up in here are those that mister decides to bring in as presents. I’ve had a bird fly in a few years ago. That’s supposed to be bad luck. I ended up chasing it around trying to get it off the curtain pole where it refused to leave. Mister tried to join in as he assumed that it was a game. Luckily I chased it back out the other window after mister cornered it. It let me pick it up when mister was in front of him. I think it assumed the cat was more of a threat.

I can just imagine trying to get a squirrel out. Mister watches them from the window. He would think it was his birthday if one landed inside near him. The cats stare and make noises as pigeons too. I dread them catching one of those to bring in as they’re massive birds. Mister has caught a massive rat and dragged it through the window (which luckily he killed before dropping it on the floor next to me) before so he could probably catch a pigeon. He jumped up into a window with an adult rat in his mouth which must have been quite heavy. If anyone has a rat problem I am sure mister would catch them all for you. £5 a day to hire him. He likes to play with his catches so you’ll have to be patient for a result. Mimi doesn’t really do catching things. If she does catch anything she normally finishes it off straight away. She does it to hunt, mister does it to play with another animal. I try to discourage them from catching small animals but it’s hard when cats are naturally programmed to hunt. I always take the little mice and birds away from mister before he accidentally kills them during what he thinks is play. He likes to swipe them with his paw but he doesn’t realise his claws damages whatever he’s caught.