More hugs, boops, purrs and even a few barks….Happy is being in a loving home!
Or is it a flashback to a much younger time?
I just checked and you and Stormy have made the goal! Congrats and hope Stormy continues to improve and has a happy time back with the gang.
Beatrix the social media support tech! And she makes house calls!
I thought we had established that everything around Robin was trying to kill him except for a few of the sheep.
Also Tavicat. Isn’t it fun there are so many cat cartoons?
Do not miss Georgia’s latest tweet at the bottom of the page or go to her fb or instagram….Pucky on the pool table with cat bed in background is toooooooo adorbs!
Just like all the memes about cats and expensive cat beds they ignore.
So happy for you all. Hugs and hopes the last dollars will flow in.
We moved into our house (new construction, rural site) in February. The cats had a field day/week/month catching mice that had not escaped before the doors and windows went in. The first half dozen were presented, dead, at the foot of the bed overnight. We must not have demonstrated enough enthusiasm because one morning I got out of bed and saw no mouse. Entering the kitchen, I saw one of the cats quickly turn his back to me, heard distinct crunching and got in front of him just in time to see the last of the mouse tail heading down his throat. He obviously was done with sharing his catch.
Our house is oriented on a SE to NW axis. And we have deep porches around three sides. So sunspots in the greatroom are best in early spring and late fall when the rising and setting sun is at its south most orientation to the horizon. However, screen porch sunspots are a frequent afternoon occurrence and much appreciated although I wonder how they can stand lying in a sunspot when the air is ninety and humid…but they do.