Here is a sweet letter from a past kitten to share the joy of our kittens, I will be adding a few more litters, again
we strive to only raise the most sweet bunnies or kittens.
I tried sending updates before, but they always
came back to me. I think
I can only put so many pictures on each e-mail.
It has taken me quite a while
to figure that out. My parents absolutely
adore her. They were thrilled when we
gave her to them. Mom likes to call her CoCo PUFF or The PUFF. Right now she is in
Florence, Arizona with mom and dad. She will also be a very well traveled cat by
the time they get back. She has been to Maryland on a short weekend trip a couple
months after they got her. This trip she has been through around a dozen states already
and probably a few more by the time they get back. Of all the
cats we have ever had, this one
the most spoiled, pampered
and enjoyed. She has all sorts of toys, her favorites are ping
balls, paper balls, and a little beach ball. She has at least one human
servant to fetch
from under couches and coffee tables etc. She has a special woolen shawl
that has now become her favorite comfy spot (and a basket it goes in
with a baby blanket).
gets fed a little bit of canned food twice a day, with crunchies whenever she wants.
the list goes on and on. I can tell
you she is the ultimate indoor cat. The little bit she has
let outside (on leash and harness, which at first she
really seemed to hate) she doesn't like
weather if it is anything but pretty and sunny. Wind, rain, snow and you
can tell she is very
Mom tells me she really likes to sit in the window or on the steps of
the motor home
watch the birds. A
neighbor on the next spot has hung bird houses and feeders. She will do it
hours. So, all in all they are all really having a blast, and she travels really well, she
her shawls between their seats when they are driving. They will be back about
middle to end of
I guess, and there should be more pictures then. I'll try to let you know.
I just thought I would give you and Joann an update on our spoiled little princess, and she is indeed still pretty little,
she only wieghs a barely 5 pounds. She has now been to Arizona and back last winter, and now to Alaska and back this
summer. My parents enjoy taking her with them and spoil her to no end. She has her own little blanket, she has
sweaters she wears when she is cold, she has all the balls and toys she could want lying around everywhere, and the list goes
on and on. With 4 grown children, I guess I can't really blame my parents for spoiling her. They each have their
own routine with her. She likes to greet my dad when he gets up and when he goes to bed. It is a pet and play
session for a few minutes. Mom is of course the one she spends the most time with, and her favorite is curling up with
mom, either beside her or in her lap during the mid afternoon when mom has settled down to read or work on her computer.
All in all they thoroughly enjoy her. I am going to try to send a couple of pictures of her two big trips.
a email I got from my recent litter for the year, I love hearing back from people-he wanted to write a letter for this site
but i couldnt resist using this email since it was so nice.
Great to hear from you! :)
They are doing so great! They are happy and healthy and running
around and seem to be really close to each other!
We will download some videos or put them up on youtube or something
so you can see them.
The Girl we decided to name Jasmine because she is such a beautiful
little girl and so sweet!
The one Boy that was the "runt" of the litter, we named Mojito (pronounced
MO-HEE-TO) because like Chris' favorite
drink, he's just as sweet as can be and you can't seem to get enough!
The other Boy, we named Dodger because of the three, he is much more
cautious and when you come into the room,
he sort of "dodges" out of the way for a few moments until he
determines it's cool, then he joins in playing with his brother and sister!
We can't thank you enough for the wonderful care and "upbringing" they've
had. We are thrilled and delighted everyday with their antics and they are just so incredibly sweet and loving.
Anyone that comes and sees them, threatens to "catnap" them and take them home, they are just loved by everybody!
We are going to write up a nice letter for your website (maybe this
weekend!) for you to use. I hope Dillon is feeling all better and that the Goats have stabilized for you and that
things may calm down a bit! :)
email i got back regarding a little tiny kitten who was the smallest of 7 which was one big litter
I have been waiting to have a picture to send before I wrote, but I realize I am not going to get
one uploaded any time soon. I wanted to let you know that Sadie is settling in well. She and the other cat were friends from
the moment they saw each other - no moment of fear or anything. On the other hand, our large Godlen Retriever was super-scared
of her which we found hilarious given that she was the size of one paw at the time. Sadie was only scared when he
moved fast. They like each other now.
She's small and skinny -- not too skinny but not yet 4 pounds either -- and
her markings are quite dark now. She is everything we hoped for - a purring, affectionate creature who likes to
sleep with the children at night and who lets them caryy her around by day. Our only complaint is that she tries to wash
our faces with her little sandpaper tongue. The children delight in seeing how long they can stand it.
feel free to leave a comment on any of the pics,always
nice to meet new friends