Yearly Archives: 2021
The flying squirrel, aka Lily, has been pushing her limits with us.
She wanted to get on top of the 6-foot shelf in the office. Many attempts, with a firm ‘NO’ have gone on deaf ears. She has big ones, so I know she can hear.
Persistence finally landed her on top. Bolted up with a flash before I could abort the leap.
Back and forth she went as I tried to grab her. Hoped the scare of being dragged off the top might discourage future jumps. NOPE… not in the least.
We had been fighting this crazy adventure of hers for weeks. I guess she decided the day arrived to conquer the unknown.
Three weeks ago, we became a multi-cat family again. Last time we had 2 was January 2015. But no kittens since 1998.
Were we prepared? Not sure. We thought so. Are these 2 more of a challenge? Perhaps.
Cute helps. Lots of laughter is an antidote to pulling out your hair.
One was a handful. Didn’t think number 2 kitten could be too much trouble. Together, they are keeping us on our toes. More than we ever imagined.
A wee kitten at 4 months. She was the smallest in the litter. My request was the one with the best personality. Hands down, she is full of love and plenty of spunk. Perhaps when you are the smallest, you try harder.
The old days I remember with newborn kittens. They pushed and shoved each other to get milk.
The breeder insisted I put her in a closed room. Suggested the bathroom. After 10 minutes, there was a crash, bang. Wondering what I might encounter when the door was open. Horrors, she was going nuts. She was flying off the walls and jumped to the window. For a little cat, it surprised me how she reached such a height. Continue reading
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