We are in for some rain but that's fine...we need it.
I'm still working with Addy. She is a feral turned house-cat and her first reaction to anyone entering the home is to hide under the bed. So there she is every morning and there is no changing that. She is eating well, using the box, drinking from her wine glass so perfectly placed on the bed-table. I'm not worried about her and I do see her each day so we will carry on. I just wish I could pet her.
Lucky is the opposite. She dances around my feet as I prepare their breakfast. She is a short, stubby-build and as soft as silk. Cutest little dickens. She was very afraid of me when I first looked after her. Here's the very first photo I took of her.
As of today I have 10 cats under my care. Very manageable. I can pamper each and everyone if they let me.
I am heading out to get Ed a wheat-grass plant for the deck. He is yearning to get out on the lawn but then he is known to scoot under the fence so he must stay in the screened-in deck. He is so smart but may have a bit of dimentia now. Too smart for his own good, though. I know he loves to munch on grass so I'll bring the grass to him.
We have a new white cat living 2 doors down that is allowed to roam. Ed has seen her through the fence and I think he thinks its' Lily.
Thundercloud is a beautiful Russian Blue and I spent a lot of time this morning bonding with her. She is very playful and kind spirited.
5 kittens have been born at Shelly's foster home. They are now 3 days old. The mother was rescued last week and is now safely being cared for along with her kittens. I know you want to see them so I'll pop over.
I wish you all a very happy weekend and thanks for popping by this silly little blog.