I know. She's a knock-out.
This is Indy who I had to give a big hug yesterday and say "See you soon, I hope, sweet girl"
I really do miss all these wonderful cats if I don't see them for awhile.
Indy is not deaf even though a high percentage of white cats with two blue eyes are. She is just one of the lucky ones. Very lucky.
I am combing my cats lately to check for fleas. It's that time of year and they spend a lot of time on the deck so I expect to see them soon. I HATE FLEAS!!!!!! I'm hoping this lemon mixture works as flea-control. I don't find having six cats too much until times like this.
Audrey will have no part of this combing business.
Annie loves it.
Audrey wants to eat the comb and Annie grabs my hand when I stop combing.
Obviously, Audrey takes after her dad (whoever he was). Just a reminder that I fostered this little family for our local animal shelter last year and ended up falling in love with and adopting Annie and Audrey. I suck at fostering. Now I collect food for them.
This is the comb I use and recommend. See how tight the teeth are. Every pet store sells them.
I am just back from brunch at my daughters.
Our grand-daughter, Riley was busy with her tea-set at Aunt Jessie's.
Sharing pretend tea with gramps.
Someone wants to say hi.
Ruby-doo (Audrey's sister) The image of Annie (mom). She is a little leary of small people so she stayed off to the side most of the morning.
Jess sent home some of her beautiful hydrangeas.
A simple Sunday.