This is Simba the Abyssinian. No, he can't talk but he looks like he can.
He is such a character. He helps me get the food into the bowls quickly and watches my every move as I prepare their feast. He is chatty and charming. SMART doesn't cover it with this breed.
Two of my favorite ladies.
Emmi and Didi
I have cared for them over ten years and they are just like one of my own.
They always give me a look as if to say "Where the heck have you been?"
loves her spa time.
She is one of my sweet seniors
a living doll
Bella's boyfriend and so sweet.
The three munchkins Lola, Rosie and Otis
Known and loved these three forever.
Cute, right? Oh my goodness....so cute!
Love this fellow Cortez
and his side-kick, Teddy (no photo yet)
I captured one of my charges in his window.
This is Colosse
He has 'cattitude' and is known as the street bully but he loves his cat-sitter.
I am now finishing up the kitty-care over the holidays. The last of the travellers return tomorrow and I am pooped. I was so busy this year that meeting up with friends over the holidays just didn't happen. January sounds like a better time for that.
I received the three seasons of Downton Abbey for Christmas so I may not surface for awhile. I'm anxious to watch it all over again.
I'll be drinking new teas to me for a month. I received so many wonderful teas and beautiful tea-cups over Christmas from family and friends.
Santa was so good to me this year and it looks like my back-yard birds will be enjoying some new bird-feeders (thank you John and my walking buddy Sue from http://readymadecosmos.blogspot.ca/) to help them through the rest of the winter.
Time to curl up by the wood-stove with Lily.