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Category Archives: Cat Stories
Our baby, Wilbur, was adopted on August 1, 2003. He will be ten years old this year. He is a docile peacemaker between his brother Templeton and his sister Charlotte. During a routine yearly visit to the veterinarian two weeks … Continue reading
Those who know me, know that I care for a colony of feral cats. The story of how that came to be is on the bio page of my website. Yesterday, one of the sweetest cats, Buffy, wasn’t around. He … Continue reading
Last week I introduced you to Buffy, the newest addition to our feral colony. Since he’s moved in, he’s claiming his stake on me by attaching himself to my legs. When I go outside, he’s like a dog who heels, … Continue reading
Meet Fuzzy. This little girl loves attention. She is one of the oldest of our feral population, and is one of the tamest. She is the first cat who warmed up to hubby when he first began caring for the … Continue reading
Meet Buffy, the newest member of our feral family. We tried to discourage him from joining the clan, but he insisted on becoming one of the family. He’d slink into the yard and hide while the other cats were feeding, … Continue reading
My mother lived in a rural area with a creek running through the back yard and forest (woods as the old folks’ called it) beyond the the creek. Somehow wild cats seemed to find their way to her back door … Continue reading
Today our cat, Templeton, was in the kitchen with hubby. Here’s what I heard from the living room: “Templeton, no!” “Mrrrr” “I said, No!” “Mrrr” “No, Templeton, no, no, no.” “Mrrr” “Do you want me to get the bottle?” (We … Continue reading
My cat, Templeton, is such a character! If he knows I’m doing laundry, he will jump in the laundry basket and refuses to get out. He even allows the clothes to be piled on top of him! He remains in … Continue reading
There is absolutely no comfortable way for me to stretch out my legs in the bed most nights now that the weather has turned cold. Both Templeton and Wilbur like to lay at the bottom of the mattress, side by … Continue reading