(But they didn’t. They were nervous about having a stranger in the house – a workman was servicing our heating and air units – but didn’t floof or hide. Khal, on the other hand, disappeared into another dimension.)
I’ll be headed out of here later this morning to drop off Fleur and Josephine at Petsmart. I know none of us love to have them in cages at Petsmart, but let me assure you once again: the volunteers are awesome, they get lots of love and play time, and they’ll have each other to play with. They’ll be FINE.
2018: LoJack appears to be a pretty comfy seat.
2017: (Maxi is Business As Usual hating all the other cats, hissing and smacking – but not so much that we’ve needed to put her out in the garage yet)
2016: “Ooh, he’s dreamy!”
2015: Guess who no longer has an empty foster room?
2014: Throwback Thursday: Sookie
2013: “Hallo, lady, there is a SECOND treat this morning, perhaps?”
2012: Stripey believes he can flyyyyyyy.
2011: When Gracie wants to play, George has no choice.
2010: No entry.
2009: I! HAZ! A! COMPLAINT!
2008: Lem gets very excited at snack time.
2007: Some time later, I was awakened by the sound of an angry screaming wildcat.
2006: Catie and her kittens.
2005: No entry.