Oh Princess, I think you have this “cat” life down to a science, and my boys approve! They especially like your “waiting for lunch” form. I know you will soon be in your forever home with some very lucky humans. Kisses to you from Canada!
Oh, poor darling! What a sweet, loving girl she is, and I’m so happy she has a wonderful, safe home to live out her golden years!
My 18-year old Atticus sends gentle, “senior” head bumps and purrs to Mercy, and I send her a kiss and a scritch.
She surely loves you, for all that you’ve done, and continue to do, for her and her babies. Thank you for keeping her family together – now your family too – and for loving her unconditionally. She is a doll, and I’d love to see her babies!
Kisses to you, sweet Key Key!
Aw, Toulouse! What a great name for such a handsome little man. It always breaks my heart when I hear that kittens/cats were found crying outside in awful weather, but when I hear that a wonderful, compassionate soul found and rescued them, I smile again. He looks so cozy and warm on his bed, lol. Kisses to you, little man.
Taga, you are a very lucky little man! And what a sweetheart you are. My Atticus is also a diabetic, and has been for about 8 years now. Did I mention he’s 18?! So, as long as you keep up with the insulin (if that’s what he’s on), and keep his diet healthy, he’ll be purring for a very long time to come! You are the world to him. 🙂