Happiness is being owned by a cat
- May 12, 2016
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- Garden City, Singapore
Sotabbytom tabbytom Thank you so so much. It means a lot. I never intended to have four kitties. In fact I was kitty-less for over four years after my baby Friskins passed away when she was 14. I had no intention of getting an animal ever again actually. But these guys needed a home.
Charlie's real rescuer is the woman who found him alone outside when he was two months old. She wasn't able to keep him, so I offered to take him. I took this photo the first night I had him-
I guess both Charlie and Selena were meant for you to adopt. That's where your heart is for them. Bless you.Selene had been in my local shelter since she was four weeks old. I don't know what led to her being there. This was her shelter pic-
Great that you resued her and so that she can be administered with medications for her condition and we do hope she gets better. And oh my, her kittens are so cute!Here is Fayola in the trap the night I caught her:
Yes, they are still with the foster. I'm not sure when they'll be available for adoption.
The cat was smart enough to wait for your husband's return and we thank your husband for taking Barley home and beef him up well Bless his heart!My husband told himself that if that cat was still there when he returned from church that meant it was meant to be ours. So he came home that morning with my Barley.
Barley is a good-looking fella, but when he eats he knocks off his bowl and spills everything. We have to wipe his mouth and chin everytime because he is a dirty eater. LOL.Handsome boy! (I meant Barley, not your husband but I think your husband is good looking too )
Yes, you did rescue her. You rescued her from waiting any longer than a month in the shelter for a fur-ever hone and she repaid you by settling own so quickly and helping you surf the net. See how contended and thankful Ruby is?I wasn't Ruby's rescuer, and sometimes I think she rescued me