Just a reminder that you can see updates (including pictures!) on True Blood Bill on Instagram, here (you don’t need to have an Instagram account). He had a rough weekend, but I think he’s doing a little better. I know Ann and Rich could use your good thoughts!
If you’ve been thinking about giving the Cat Lady Box a try, let me tell you that I joined up pretty much the instant I read about it, and I love getting my box every month. Unlike other monthly boxes, this one is for the human in the household, though you can also upgrade and have a little something added in for your kitties, too.
(I was just recently telling some friends how smart Dorian was to notice this niche and decide to fill it. You can read about Dorian and her team here.)
Dorian donates a percentage of proceeds to different rescues every month or two, and Challenger’s House was lucky enough to be their rescue for October and November. Susan received their very generous donation a couple of weeks ago, and this time of year the money will come in VERY handy.
So, in summation: you get cool stuff, your cat(s) get an awesome box perfectly sized for the smallest to the large (NEWT) kitties, and Cat Lady Box supports rescues. Does it get any better than that? I think not!
(I was not paid or compensated for this post, I’m just sharing something I think is cool!)
So, after announcing Koko’s name yesterday, I realized that I have no idea what I’m going to call the litter. The only thing I can think of is “The Beach Babies.” I don’t know – what do y’all think? Got suggestions? You know I love to hear ’em!
I introduced Koko to the boringly named Petsafe Cheese Toy, and she found it interesting, at least for a little while.
Koko is doing well. I worry about her getting bored in that room, but she never seems bored to me, she’s usually sleeping when I go in, and very often she takes her time coming over to me. We’ve talked about letting her have the run of the upstairs, since I think it’ll be a while before she has her kittens, but she’s not showing much interest in expanding her horizons, so I think for now we’ll keep her confined.
2015: Meet Simon and Garfunkel!
2014: No entry.
2013: No entry.
2012: Ducks of a feather really DO flock together.
2011: The Box.
2010: She made her angry high-pitched meow, she stomped around, she glared at the basket.
2009: These sisters are so adorable, they kill me!
2008: To our surprise, the owl was still alive when we got home.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.