Savannah's Paw Tracks

Autobiography of a Former Shelter Cat

Katie has a Toofie Fairy!

HIYA!!   SAVANNAH HERE!!!

This post is so much fun to write. Even more fun for Mom L who took all the photos.

Where to start. First, Mom L received a comment from Miss Ellen, 15 and Meowing, about how’s she hadn’t been aware that sweet Katie had to have ELEVEN TOOFIES extracted during her first dental, she is only two years old, back in February. Sadly, KK has stomatitis.

Miss Ellen asked Mom L if the “Toofie Fairy” had visited KK and Mom L, feeling much chagrined, said “no”. Miss Ellen said she would fix that. Hmmmm…now what did she mean?

Late last week we received a package from Miss Ellen who is now KK’s beloved Toofie Fairy! I am sorry I don’t have photos of ALL the pressies KK received as KK has already lost the cute little green and white poka dot knot toy. Needless to say, Miss Ellen knows the way to a kittie’s heart and all were infused with both her love and NIP! The four toys came wrapped in a darling nip and nap pad which KK sleeps on most afternoons, when she isn’t trying to bunny kick the snot outta it!

Here is KK’s first experience with her Toofie Fairy package. KK got right down to business. She smelled, pawed and then took a bite! (Yes, that is TKS’s butt photo bombing the photos!! )

She luvluvluv’d the little tomato toy. She picked it up and carried all around our bed that morning.

She stopped to give it some loving head rubs…

Next she got to chompin’ on that poor worn out little tomato.

Before she tried to bunny kick the snot outta it!!! MOL!!!

She then turned her attention to the smaller pumpkin that had a harder, bouncy center. Dad P was tossing it off the bed and KK was playing world class soccer with it across our bedroom floor and out to the hallway. And yes, she even tried bunny kicking that little thing to pieces.

We took bets on whether or not she would pay any attention to the one toy, a small little hand knitted square, with no nip inside. And KK surprised us all. She had never forgotten that little scrunchie was part of her Toofie Fairy package. She chomped, bunny kicked it and snuggled it!

 

Miss Ellen, you clearly know the heart and soul of all cats. Your toys never fail to create less than at least years worth of cat play. Bless you our furriend, Miss Ellen.

PAW PATS, SAVANNAH

Friday Memes for Your Friday Smiles

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I decided to just have my furramily highlighted on today’s memes. I hope you find us as amusing as I do!!! MOL!!!!!

This was a touch one for KK. She has indeed been growing a tiny bit and just doesn’t fit into her hidey holes like she used to!

Sigh—always such a disappointment whenever TKS learns she is not allowed to join Mom L and Dad P at the dinner table. Who knew!!! Some peeps just don’t like having a cat come to dinner???

Yup!!! That’s me! If I  want something, Mom L can try to distract me—but I am still going to wait her out and get just what I want! Sigh…I have such a wonderful loving furramily and the bestest ever human guardians. All of us girls are are fortunate that Mom L and Dad P found us, and we found them and we can all live together.

I dream of the day that all abandoned street cats will find the joy of living with humans that I have found.

PAW PATS, SAVANNAH

Happy Tails Ending: Updates on Kittens

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You have all likely taken at least a glance at the stories I have posted about Paloma aka Baby Girl and her plight when we rescued her and also the stories about Cleopatra, abandoned as a kitten.

As you recall Paloma was able to get to The Orphan Kitten Project at the University of California, Davis Vet Med School where she thrived under the watchful care and eye of her foster Miss Arianna. Good news is that Paloma’s broken leg, while cold and non-functional when she first arrived, has healed on its own and she can run and play with her kittens!

Sweet Paloma and her four kittens are now up for adoption through the OKP at UC Davis.

The above left is Paloma, who is so small she is about the size of her kittens!! The other kitten is her “look alike”.

You can see that Mom Paloma tolerates this hungry kittens nursing even though they are almost her size!! The other three are next.

Mom L and Paloma’s former caretaker/feeder Miss Kandi were able to visit her and the kittens just last week before all were placed up for adoption. It was such a bittersweet moment for Miss Kandi who so loves her “Sweet Baby Girl” aka Paloma.

Mom Paloma was a bit shy but she did do right to Miss Kandi at first.

My next update is for Cleopatra! Another darling kitten found by Miss Kandi. She was immediately adopted by a volunteer from our Project Delta View Cats group, Miss Sue.

Mom L was able to visit Cleo at her new home because Miss Kandi is now Cleo’s person kitty sitter when her new Mom Sue is absent!!

Cleo has grown!! She is a dynamite player and loves chasing anything that moves and her pur is the bestest ever! Mom L is in luvluvluv with Cleo’s paws and floofy tail!

While Mom L was at Cleo’s new castle, Mom L thought there was another kitty just like Cleo living there. Check out this way cool painted rock living in Cleo’s new castle!!

Of course now Mom L wants one of those painted like me!! MOL!!!!!

PAW PATS, SAVANNAH

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