Time to show off my stay-at-home kitties this week.
First up, the charming and oh, so handsome Billy.
Just looking at this guy tells you the type of personality he has. He is a poster cat...loved by many.
I finished up with my 'challenging' cats, Flash & Quincy
. Each day I saw progress as they took little baby steps towards trusting me. I was able to pet them and massage their backs. They just need time to heal and they will be ok. I smile just at the thought of the wonderful home they now have. They have a road ahead of them but I have no doubt they will be relaxed & trusting family members soon.
Their deck is always active with pigeons, squirrels and all kinds of song-birds. What a gorgeous garden they have.
and the elegant Ebony.
How I love caring for this cat. She is so sweet and just a little mysterious.
And I must show you, once again, the lovely Dominique.
We have been spending quite a bit of time together. She is alone so when I arrive she has had time to gather up her brush and toys and sits ready for a time at the spa.
She loves to be pampered and I love to pamper her.
I also cared for Parker, Jennie & Willow, Otis, Rosie & Lola.
I'll post photos soon.
Sadly, we lost little Emma a few weeks back. She was the little black and white diabetic cat that I so fondly wrote about. Her owner dropped over to tell me that they had to make the difficult decision to let her go after discovering that she had a tumour and was not doing well. I held it together but cried when she left. Emma had been in my care for years and I will miss her so very much. I guess there is a down-side to every job and this is surely it for me.
Rest in Peace, darling Emma.