See the hole in the floor. That is where this cat hides whenever someone comes into the home.
As you can see, she's not hiding.Hmmmm....I never like to hear that I probably won't see the cat the whole time I am caring for it but I would never refuse a cat because it is scared of strangers. So, off I went to pick up the key and meet Jetta and within a few minutes of talking to her she approached my hand and let me pet her. I'm pretty sure I even heard a "prrrt". She walked toward the crawl-space but changed her mind. I even got to say "good-bye" to her. End of story. I love this cat, Jetta.
This photo is blurry because Sammy never stands still. He is a new client who is a senior and my 2 days caring for him was just the sweetest ever. He is such a little doll and would paw me for me to keep petting him. "Hope I see you again, Sammy"
Off to see Bailey and Winston in Almonte. 2 big boys who were shamelessly friendly.
Beautiful Bali, how I have missed seeing you. You and your strikingly, glorious coat.
Then off to the river I go
and the big bully, Calaus who's picture I took outside last summer. He likes to roam the neighbourhood and yes, he is a bit of a bully but with me he was like a kitten. I guess he knows not to bite the hand that feeds him.
who are like my own because I have cared for them for so many years. Christmas wouldn't be the same without spending a few days with these three scalliwags.
So that's a few of my charges this Christmas. I'll be showing more as the week goes. Today the family is off to a pancake house in the area for brunch. We are hoping to get in a hike after since we are all suffering from sugar over-load and heartburn. Awwww.....Christmas.