Three little ones now to make the day fun and exciting. I don't think I have seen so much wrapping paper fly through the air on Christmas morning since my own kids were little. It was wonderful.
I had five black beauties to care for over the holidays. Also tabbies, the wonderful pure white, tuxedos, greys and a very handsome Abyssinian. Needless to say I was run off my feet but did very little driving as the retired guy was my co-pilot for the week. We had one storm after another; more snow fell every day. So not having to drive much made it easier and less stressful.
The cats all did well as they filled their time eating, playing, sleeping and eating some more. Their coats were smooth and freshly brushed as they welcomed their owners home today.
Here are the grands on Christmas day...
My beautiful grand-girls Riley (my son's daughter) and Gwyneth (my oldest daughter's
I think Gwyn would like a taste of that corn chip.
Although there were cat toys and nip from Santa, our dear Annie loved the little bed Santa left for Riley's dollies. Yes, it did look comfortable. Sierra waited her turn to try it out.
Then little Bradley tried it out. Perfect!
We missed my youngest daughter Allie and her Jon as they travelled and spent Christmas with Jon's family this year in Florida. 85 degrees I was told.
And here is just a peak at some Christmas kitty-clients...
This is Sparky (my newest client)
A spunky & fun black beauty.
This is Albert
and his side-kick Marvin (medium black) who did not appreciate being photoed
Another black beauty...
Beautiful, glorious black cats
more to come...