Monthly Archives: January 2012

Smells like…..love

I just came home from the pet store with food for Raven. That will be another blog entry, but the reason for tonight’s post is – the best I can explain it – love. There was another customer in the store … Continue reading

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Intruder #2

It was just two days ago that we caught intruder #1 starting at me while I was in my bathroom window. Today, when mom came home from work, this cat was walking along our fence. We’ve never seen this kitty … Continue reading

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Intruder #1

This is becomming intolerable. While I am confined to the safety of my home, many of the neighbor cats freely use my yard as their playground. Mom thinks this cat lives two houses away on the corner of our street. I … Continue reading

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Saturday PhotoHunt – “Fluffy”

With this theme, everyone expected to see a photo of a fluffy kitty. Not in our house. We’ve had cats, hamsters, and a Golden Retriever with lots of fur – and I mean LOTS of fur – but to me, … Continue reading

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Remembering Sammi

Today would have been Sammi’s birthday. She would have been with us a little over three years and we think she’d be 13 years old. We wish we could have had many more years with her, but we are grateful … Continue reading

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Saturday photo hunt – “Bliss”

Blissful birdwatching is laying on my side on a nice warm bed while the hummingbirds come to the feeder just a few feet from my window. You can’t tell, but I’m chattering at them as they flit around. The Saturday … Continue reading

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First person cat – book review

First person cat by Jacque Heebner is about a tortie Persian named Tiffany who helps detectives solve the mystery of her mom’s murder. The story takes place in Beverly Hills, where Tiffany lives the indulged life that every cat hopes for. We … Continue reading

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