Everything about her picture just shouts “I’m a happy, loving kitty!”
We have one (found in our back yard at about 10 days old) that looks just like her, even to her expressions. I’m glad you rescued her, and she deserves the best. May you have many years of purrs and play (and snuggles) with your fur babies!
I would like to add that the…[Read more]
It sounds to me like he’s doing fine. Generally, if he’s using the litter box (both ways) and eating – and playful and active (although cats do sleep a lot), then he’s probably OK. Make sure he has plenty of good water to drink, btw.
Still, I’d bring up your concerns about his big belly – at the least, it should put your mind at rest. Better…[Read more]
Hazel is a real beauty, and may you have many years of purrs and snuggles with her! Also, my condolences on your loss of Jingle Bell and Candy Cane, loosing a little one is always so terribly painful! It always helps to have a kitty to help sooth that empty spot in your heart when they leave!
I read the post from when she was tiny and how she took to you. I think cats know when they meet their “person” – when I found my Sunshine, he had never seen a human before. I walked up to him, picked him up (he started purring), and said “Well, Hello there!”. He gave me a huge nose rub and put his head under my chin and snuggled.
That was…[Read more]
We rescued a litter who had FL. One that I had bonded with stopped eating and was dying at 2 years old. A friend of my wife suggested a tea made from about half dried red clover petals, and half catnip. I made it, let it cool, and gave him some by a syringe. Within a couple of hours he perked up, drank some water, started eating, and lived for…[Read more]
THERE ARE NO “CLUMPING CHEMICALS” in clumping cat litter. That’s just marketing BS from the manufacturers.
It’s made from clay… and they dry the clay with heat. The firing temperature determines whether or not it clumps. The hotter the temperature, the less it will clump.
Yep, it costs them more to make the non-clumping litter than the…[Read more]
We have a CH kitty too – he can get around but stumbles a lot and sometimes seems a bit frustrated as his legs get twisted and shoot off in strange directions. CH kitties are just as loving and playful as “ordinary” kitties, and if their condition isn’t too bad, not that hard to take care of. The biggest concern we have is that a couple of our…[Read more]
We have a couple of bobtail kitties. Absolutely playful, absolutely crazy, and they love to pounce on or hunt ANYTHING! (That includes feet and fingers!)
One’s stub tail is rather narrow (about like if she’d lost part of her tail), the other’s tail is unusually wide (she looks like a miniature bobcat).
We have a “terrible, violent Kitten” that grew into an “affectionate grumpy girl” too. She was abandoned by her mother in our back yard at about 10 days old, as her eyes were just opening. When she was a little older, my wife and I would wear a oven mitt to feed her, as she would start slapping and clawing the bottle and anything around her…[Read more]
My condolences on your loss… it can be devastating and you’ll never forget Pai (I hope that the memories become part of the cherished category soon, if they haven’t already). The love of another kitty can help tremendously with the loss, as it is obvious you discovered – and the antics and especially love from a kitten or young cat will help to…[Read more]
Snickers will be fine after the surgery. We’ve had a couple of kitties who lost eyes… and they got along fine. It just looked like they were continuously winking, and their personality didn’t change. She WILL be a bit vulnerable from that side, so I’d advise that she be kept inside if you have bad dogs or coyotes in your area.
We have a polydactal. With us, she’s one of the most gentle cats I’ve owned – she doesn’t drive her claws in nearly as much when kneading (she sometimes terrorizes the other cats in her attempts to play) and she loves to snuggle and sleep on us. She also uses the extra “thumbs” (extra claws on what looks like a tiny paw) just like we do – I’ve…[Read more]