Looks like it's time to put on the cat marathon while waiting for the important football games (later).
Since I'm on the thread here's a Bella update:
After 9 days at home she is now the complete queen of the house. No more hissing and spitting from anyone. The ultimate test for her acclimation came a couple of nights ago when she was walking across my head at 2am and purring in my ear at the top of her lungs. Oh yea, she's a cat alright...
Keep close to Nature's heart...
and break clear away, once in awhile,
and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods.
Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir
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Hiking Blog: http://theramblingsblog.blogspot.com/
Seek the 2011 Peak page: Mark Truman's Pledge Page
Great to hear Bella has settled in.I know all about those 2AM nights!! Spicy will jump off from sleeping on Mom,start roaming the house getting into trouble and Nigel will be barking his brains out trying to get her to stop being bad.
Has she warmed up to Jake yet?I'd love to see more pictures of all of them.With the holidays coming we should have good photo ops coming up for all the animals.
It's a tossup at our house as to who the queen is.Our calico Aimee is afraid of none of the other cats or Nigel for that matter.She loves to sleep on Mom during the night but so does Spicy.They usually end up duking it out on my stomach in the middle of the night for who gets the most comfortable spot.
Hope everyone enjoyed their holiday.And keep those pictures coming!!!
Last night I gave my cat the Fancy Feast Turkey, she loved it so much and ate it so fast that she threw it up.......
The day after Thanksgiving we adopted these two from the Humane Society. Meet Max (l) and Kiki.
They're two really cute cats. That's a nice thing you did to adopt them. Are they getting use to your household?
I never want to see a day
That's over forty degrees
I'd rather have it thirty,
Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!
My Seek the Peak 2014 Photo Set