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Sunday 2nd November

Posted on November 2, 2014 at 5:43 PM Comments comments (6)
Good Evening
Due to a visit from a good friend this birthday weekend and a ten hour equine road trip today, I apologise if this post is a little shorter than usual.
The first bit of very good news is that we have re-homed our beautiful kitten. Thank you for all your offers of support but we finally chose a home with no other pets where he could be the center of attention due to his semi-feral background. 
Now for those newbies - Penny who arrived last Wednesday is a super guest, enjoying her stay and the attention she receives next to the kitchen. The Beautiful Beau who although quite vocal is chilled out and relaxed providing she gets her three cuddles per day.
Charlie the tabby is as described - easy-going and nothing to worry about as I may mention is his friend "over the hedge" the gorgeous Daisy.
On the newbie front that just leaves Etti who has been moved to a one bed apartment as she required just a little more space to feel secure and is now doing fine - enjoying her en-suite facilities!
Also in the Family block are Leo, Simba & Tommy and Princess & Duster who are all doing fine. Meanwhile back in the main block we have a happier George now that the young Tilly has been replaced with the more mature Avi. Buffy & Tiggy are well although a little tail pulling game has been going on overnight...
Tigger is out and about depending on the weather, while Max & Molly with their thick coats are not bothered by the light breeze. The pairs of Nelson & Pumpkin, Freyja & Loki and Bella & Simba are all good as are dear Oliver and Sherbert. 
The end of half term means a fair few cats going home tomorrow, allowing the maintenance work to continue whilst we are a little quieter.
However this also means Christmas is approaching fast and we have a very limited amount of spaces left so if you are thinking of a festive break call us first to make sure your cats are safe and sound so that you can relax whilst you are away... thanks for your time, Aly.

Warning - Kitten alert!

Posted on October 26, 2014 at 8:05 PM Comments comments (6)
For those of you who know Edwina & Dylan, I have a sneaky suspicion that their father has been out and about again and up to his old tricks with the local farm cats. Only difference is that he turned right instead of left out of his home this time!

This handsome little chap is one result of such a dalliance and once I have had him vet checked wormed and inoculated I will be looking for a forever home for him. So if you're thinking about expanding your family - let me know! He should be ready to go in about three weeks time.

Ignoring her well bred kittens, Edwina herself has obvious similarities to the new kitten in that both their mothers were black! And she is blue point and the kitten seal point...

Good Friday

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 12:19 PM Comments comments (10)
Captions please!!

Sunday evening

Posted on February 2, 2014 at 1:30 PM Comments comments (6)
The Princess and the pea comes to mind...

caption please...

Posted on September 2, 2013 at 11:56 AM Comments comments (14)
Apologies you will have to lie down to see this picture, but I thought it deserved a title. So over to you!


Posted on July 11, 2013 at 10:57 AM Comments comments (19)
Learning to be lap cats!

3 weeks old today

Posted on June 21, 2013 at 1:09 PM Comments comments (4)
Two boys one girl.Two silver tabby one blue.
More pics to follow...

Watch out!

Posted on June 18, 2013 at 5:09 AM Comments comments (9)
Watch out Watch out the kittens have come out and about and Edwina is in a panic not knowing how to keep them under control.. The joys of motherhood!  Pics to follow shortly...

Kitten update

Posted on June 5, 2013 at 1:07 PM Comments comments (5)
We have opened our eyes.