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More torties

March 30, 2017

We had two other torties with us Saturday.

Eva seemed fine to us, but late in the day when the driver was picking up two other sick kitties, she sneezed loudly and sprayed him, so he took her too.

Jessie was a dilute tortie, she was quiet and stayed to herself but she was happy to have a visitor and get petted, and she was not rude to Tessa when she poked her nose in to say hello.

Both these girls were down at the dark end of the room where half our lights are out, so the photos of them were not going to be particularly great.  I’ll try again this weekend.

Tessa is a lover

March 29, 2017

Well, miss Tessa has totally come out of her shell and is ready to love everyone and check out everything.  This girl will talk to you if she wants you to notice her, let you carry her around, say hello to all the others (and bat them if they seem to be inclined to play), and just generally be the sweetest friendliest thing ever.  If I had a vacancy in the home zoo, I’d be taking her home immediately.

If she keeps this up she won’t be with us much longer.

We are family

March 28, 2017

Other songs come to mind too: “She ain’t heavy, she’s my sister.”

Aren’t these two just the cutest?  CiCi and Molly are not born sisters but they are the most bonded pair I’ve ever seen.  Luckily they are labeled as such and will not be separated.

Adopted last weekend: Charlie.



Tessa is skeptical

March 24, 2017

She isn’t sure why we want to stick a camera in her face.  She isn’t hiding in her cubby anymore, so everyone can see how pretty she is.

Despite looking like a grumpy old man, she’s the sweetest girl.


Charlie out and about

March 23, 2017

I found my pictures of Charlie from last week.

He’s now out and about looking into things.  He is a really friendly and mellow guy who loves hugs.  As part of his activities he visited Pebbles – Pebbles took it well, as he did when Cobalt visited.

(Sadly, Pebbles picked up Cobalt’s cold and he’s gone back to the doctor.)


March 22, 2017

We’re not sure why this pretty young lady is called Qtip.

She was also new, and exhibited the typical behavior of hiding out in her cubby.  She didn’t mind attention, although she was still unsure of us.


March 21, 2017

Apple was new with us; she was shy but very sweet.