Monday Meowsie News
HIYA!! SAVANNAH HERE!!!
Oh my cat! Do I have some news for today and your my readers will be the very first to learn all about the last 3 days of happenings right here on my blog post!
Well it finally happened. I have progressed in my search for REAL SELF once again. I am now not just allowing, but INVITING Mom L to brush, yes I said brush, my tummy furs!
Come on my pals, lemme hear a loud round of APAWS! for my progress—even thought I have been with Mom L and Dad P for six and one half years, I still have some growin’ room left!
Next up is a peek at some of the lovely kitties who were trapped by humane traps so they could come to the SNIP (Spay, Neuter Impact Program) clinic yesterday. Naturally Mom L and Dad P were working their stations and shifts to help about eighty community cats/kittens get their “Get Outta Jail Free” cards by gettin’ those gonads snipped off and those baby makin’ parts removed. None of these kitties will ever be helpin’ the community cat population grow in my county.
Truth be known, there were several wee kittens like the orange and white little guy in the photos above that were trapped at a site where there were about three to four litters found. All but one wee kitten was friendly and all will be moved through adoption paths, not returned to the site.
And finally the answer to why TKS and I created the Friday Memes I posted last Friday. You are all correct—Mom L and Dad P have carted home yet another scrawny, loud screechy meowed young’in! Can’t they just stop?
I mean when did I ever agree to share my castle even with TKS and don’t you think I have graciously allowed her to remain? But seriously—this haulin’ in every little or grown up kitty is gettin’ way outta paw.
And yet, I do Know that this six month or so old kitten has already had one litter and likely all died; but that is for another blog post. Did you notice her extra long whisker? Her side whisker may be even longer than mine and she is still so young. Then there are her soft green eyes. And yes this little girl is related to the reason my blog posts have been short. You see it takes me a while to create a series of very important posts and then I have to submit them to Mom L’s brain for editing and her brain as we all know is far more limited than mine. So we are both working in over time to get this series put together. And yes, the title will likely stick—Hoarding or Overwhelmed?
Have a great week.
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APAWS! APAWS! Both for you making such great progress, and for your humans for helping all those kitties in need.
Great progress, S. Tummies can be sensitive. When Mom brushes mine, I run around the house like a mental case. Your visiting kitty won’t be there for long, I’m sure.
Love and licks,
Wow, Savannah. Even we don’t like our tummies brushed. Good job! And paws up to your humans for helping all those cats. That is fabulous!
S & S…984 paws up two mom and dad…. !!!!!! N 984 paws up two ewe; we think clawz wood come out if R tummies getted a brushin ~~~~~~ best fishez two all de catz ( yur houz guest looks like boomer ~~~~~~~~~~ ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
What a great job, Savvy
Woo Hoo Savannah!!! Yur Pawentss an you are pawsum helpin thee new kittygurl…doess shee have a name? If not, may mee suggest Tabbytha (Tabitha)….
Shee iss a reel cutie pie!
LadyMum sayss shee REELLY likes thee Siamese with green eyess…like havin 2 katss inn one…..
An Savannah yur make grate progress. Mee iss not a fan of brushin butt mee iss lettin LadyMum brush mee more as time goes bye.
***nose kissesss*** Dharth Henry xXXx
We hope everything works out fine for the little kittens and they find their furever homes really soon. That sure is one pretty kitty that mom and dad brought home. Thanks for sharing the photos. Have a great day.
Such cute kittens:) (I still like to bit the brush!)
You sure are doing great Savvy! I hope you two are super nice to that little one.
What a purrty kitty, does she have a name? It is very nice of you to let your Mom help her.
Savannah, I’m glad your human is helping these kitties and even bringing them home now and then to help them further. And the fact that you are making such awesome progress in the midst of all of it just proves that you can handle it.
I know it’s tough for you to welcome a stranger to your home. All of us would feel a little discomforted BUT this little one, thanks to you, now has hope of a brighter future with feed and warmth and a forever family.
You are taking so many positive and good steps in your journey. What an amazing cat you are!
Marjorie and Silver
Wow! That is way more than I do, congratulations Savannah, looks like there is a coming of age moment in your palace. Your staff are doing an awesome thing with helping all those cats and kittens into safer lives and some homes too. Maybe having a guest is a tiny bit disruptive but then the difference it makes to the guest is HUGE!
Wow, that is great news, Savvy! You have now learned the joys of having your tummy brushed – one of the great joys of life. And we gather, from the photo, that you have already trained your Human to do it exactly the way you like it. Well done!
The kitty your pawrents have brought home looks a lot like Angel Possum, when he was a little bitsy kitten. We hope all the kitties your humans have been looking after, will speedily find their furever homes.
Paw pats and kitty kisses.
Trixie, Caspurr and Shimshi
I am generally invited by Kessy to pet her belly. But BRUSH it? No, never. So you are doing very well, Savvy.
And the kitten – well, she is just a minor disturbance, it is only temporary, after all, a little paying back to karma. She will just learn how to live with humans and appreciate their services – and then she will get slaves of her own. She is young, a “teenager” – so your human slaves should be expecting some serious rebellious behaviour from her. I know my rescue tom showed that with 10 months, still, but he settled in, after some stern telling offs. All they need is loving consequence.
I hope all the kitties will find a new home… and you are da bestest russian blue princess… to brush the furs at that area can be a challenge… at least it is in our crib ;O)