In case you missed it on Facebook last night…
I have to admit, I DID have inside information on this adoption. The young man who adopted Pattypan is actually the same one who bottle fed her (and the rest of the Squash Bugs) for two days before turning them over to Challenger’s House. School was about to start up, and his mom knew he wouldn’t have time to keep bottle feeding them, so they came to Challenger’s House. The adoption was pre-approved, but of course I never announce adoptions until the paperwork is done. Pattypan (I think she’s been renamed Peanut) had to spend about 20 minutes in the cage with her siblings, but that was only so her new family could stock up on supplies and finish the paperwork.
Hopefully we’ll get updates (we love updates!), and I suspect PattyPeanut will be one happy, spoiled girl.
Today’s post has the last of the pictures of the Squash Bugs. I’m planning to put together collages of each of the kittens so we can look back at how they grew; I’ll likely schedule those posts for next week.
2014: I don’t know what you did, but Sheriff Mama’s got her eye on you, and it looks like you’re in TROUBLE.
2013: “Hello, beautiful ceiling fan, going around and around!”
2012: No entry.
2011: “QUIT IT!” I yelled and waved my arm again, again to no avail.
2010: The many faces of Georgie, Livestock Guardian Dog extraordinaire
2009: “Hey, look! A box! And toys!”
2008: Now that all her babies have been adopted, Kara will be going to the pet store on Thursday, hopefully to be adopted quickly.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: Warm little pile o’ kitties.