Love & Hisses
Click on any cat’s picture to go to his or her page.
Robyn, what happened to Bolitar (Buster)? I was just reading some old posts (been following your blog for YEARS), and saw the one where you made him permanent, but I don’t see him listed under the permanent residents.
We had a problem with him attacking Spanky, who was getting pretty old. I was at the point where I had to keep Buster sequestered in the bathroom for the majority of the day, and ultimately decided to give him up. I wrote about that decision here. The good news is that on Christmas Eve he was adopted as a Christmas present for a 13 year-old girl. I keep hoping that we’ll get an update on him, but we haven’t yet.
Thanks, Robyn. I do remember now. I suffer from CRS (Can’t Remember S–t), so bear with me, LOL! I would love an update, too, he is such a pretty guy. Hope he’s doing well.
I think I may make him the topic of next week’s Throw Back Thursday – I sure did love that boy! I bet he’s got that girl wrapped around his paw. 🙂
How come Frankie’s picture isn’t in with the Permanent Residents?
Awww. Hugs to you Robyn for finally updating the sidebar. I suspect it was a hard decision to finally get around to making it up to date, and so “permanent” when 2015 was such a bad year for your babies.
I had clicked just a few days ago on the Permanent residents link, and got a lump in my throat when I still saw Gracie and Stinkerbelle on the top of the page. Will you be putting up a link to this page in the sidebar? I didn’t see a link to this page, and only got here by clicking on one of the perms and manually editing off the name in the address bar.
I did put a link to the main permanent residents’ page, and also on each permanent residents’ page after I read your comment – thank you for pointing out that there wasn’t a link to the main page on the sidebar, I never even thought about that!
Oh my gosh… I haven’t even been owned by 17 furkids, I don’t know how I’d be losing so many…bless your hearts….
How young will they bond if they are going to?
Usually by 6 – 8 weeks I can tell if there’s a bonded pair.
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