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No Longer a Kitten

September 2021

Siamese blue point cat sliding into tissue paper on living room carpet

Lucy sliding into tissue paper.

 

Hard to believe Lucy celebrated her first birthday on 9-17-2021. We brought her home exactly 8 months ago. Two-thirds of her short life, has been with us. Sad when they start to get bigger and not a cute little bundle of fur as when you bring them home. We all know baby animals are so adorably cute, hard to resist. She was such a tiny little kitten, just a handful. Home coming.

 

And if you’re familiar with Siamese, you know they never quite grow up. Now she is still a handful of mischief. Do love every minute of it… well maybe not  sometimes as you can read below. But keeping them healthy and inspired with fun things to do, they can bring you hours of laughter and joy.

 

She has graced our home with laughter and love. A happy, comical cat, and also mischievous.

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The Cat Toy Destruction

July 2021

 

b;ue point Siamese cat destroyed a pink cat toy ball

Lucy and the end of the pink ball.

Saved many cat toys over the years. They received mild abuse, but most never used.

 

Then Lily joined us 8 months ago and Lucy 6 ½ months.

 

I dragged them out of boxes stored from our move 6 years ago. Our then 10-year-old Molly only played with a few. No point in having them scattered on the floor when she wasn’t interested. Continue reading

Mischievous Siamese Cats

May 2021

Blue point Siamese kitten playing with spider cat toy in the kitchen

Lucy’s second spider

Don’t know how many times in the past month, I have said, “What are you doing?” or “What have you done?”

 

Lucy Blue Point Siamese

After 3 months, Lucy must have figured out she can do no wrong. Thought we got past the ‘in trouble behavior’. As in, leave this alone or quit scratching on the furniture.

 

No end to what this little one can destroy. I should have kept a box for destroyed toys, just to recall the day I found them laying there on the floor in pieces. I cut several tails off mice toys as she has become obsessed with chewing on them. Don’t need her ingesting material.

 

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