She came to this house toting 3 kittens and a hungry tummy. She was rescued and given a wonderful, love-filled home. The kittens found new homes and Willow stayed. There are 4 beautiful cats in this gorgeous Victorian home and I always look forward to caring for them. They are such a cherished little family of cats and it shows by their loving personalities.
This is little Jenny who lives with Willow. She is a geriatric kitty and quite shy but we got along just fine. She had the sniffles and is on medication for a few days. Hope she is feeling better soon.
Willow wanted a photo taken on her favorite chair. This gal is into 'colour', as most pastel calicos are and thought the fabric would make her eyes 'pop'. I think her mom would surely like a copy of this photo so I will print one off for her and pop it over to her first chance.
Isn't she a doll.
At the end of the road to our property, there is a corner store owned by a Dutch family that has been there since I was a child. I believe this is the third generation now running it. I popped in today for some candy because, lets face it, I didn't have enough over Easter :) and found not only the best licorice ever but a gorgeous tea-cup from Holland.
Did I need another tea-cup? No! Did I need black licorice shaped like a cat? Well, of course.
Made my day!