The cattery is full to the brim with five cat families. I'm very pleased that I was able to accommodate everyone. I've had phone calls such as - "eek we have sold our house can the cats come to you while we move and get all settled in the new house", and "I've a new job and we have to relocate to Auckland, can you have the cats until I find a house away from the roads"
So a bit of juggling around and buying some new furniture I've fitted everyone in - well it is what you do for family isn't it. All of the cats are related.
Drat I was too slow. Molly and Bella have spent most of their days tucked up together under the quilt . I try and try to snap them snuggled up together but they always get down to greet me when I open their door. Friendly girls they are,
Basil claimed the scratching post
Sammy claimed the igloo. It's quite plush and comfy - I brought all new pillows to go underneath the blankets and it's been a hit for the cats - nice and comfy.
Brent and I have been watching Portia and we are really wondering if she might just be one of our cats, She dunks her head just like a lot of the ebony cats from our Cinders/Lordy line do. I do wonder.
Pi is moving just too fast for a photo.
Hello says Bruno
Beau hanging out on the scratching pole.
Sienna was tucked up under the quilt tent I've just pulled it open for a little peek.
Charles who is quite insistent that he gets up when he wants to not when I ask him to. He is the last one out of bed every morning. I do wonder what time he gets up at home?
Muddy watching the sheep
Milo photos give an example of what my camera shots look like most days.