February 22nd 2012 6:28 pm
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Mom is really trying to be patient with me.The vet said due to my roughness and weight difference between Hannah and I .Her 4lbs me 12 lbs to keep us apart a little longer when she is not home.I must upset mom because I always have a tend to grab Hannah by the neck.Mom is so terribly afraid I will bite down and hurt her.She gives me all the attention in the world.Even extra play time at night.It is clear I am still her (big) baby.She just doesn,t know how long it,s going to take for Hannah to grow.She still seems so tiny.She sure hopes it,s not much longer it is interfering with her getting work done.Silly human blaming us .I think she,s just slacking.mol
Going to get 6 inches of snow tomorrow.The strays have been fed well enough to last them for two days.So far all strays accounted for except the tiny calico.She hasn,t been here in weeks.Mom is hoping someone took her in and she wasn,t killed by something.
She feels so sad when she thinks that she couldn,t help her.
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Sorry to hear about all the rough play going on between you two! I guess it's a bit of sibling fun. We'll purr for the little calico. Mom says she understands how you feel. A black cat that wasn't feral but very sweet has been missing for several months now. Mom let him outside one night and hasn't seen him since. A neighbor mentioned she saw a large owl nearby. We hope that's not the case but not knowing the outcome is what hurts the most. Purrs being sent your way!
Hugs and purrs,
Simon & Reuben(an angel)
Moma knows caring for feral is very emotional work, you come to love them all and the best you can do for them is food and outdoor shelter. So many of the ferals where I came from are long gone now, mom is glad I was at home when it was my time to go. My family will purr for little calico tooo.
Take it easy on your sister while she heals.
Sending purrs for that little calico - hope she's ok.
It IS hard when some of the ferals disappear and you don't know what's happened. The first time Little Socks was gone overnight, the Mama was upset, more so because they had moved her from her birth locale to a different location. But she was back again in a couple of days and has been integrated into the colony completely now. As for the little calico, it is not an unlikely thing that someone would take in such a lovely girl - we purr that her reason for not returning is that she has found her furever home.
dood...better bee care full buddy....gurls look week but leeme tell ya; mor N onze dai$y haz turned on me N gotten de best oh this butter lovin boy...
her might weigh 5 pounds if...me...close to 13 but her onlee takes sew much than
then EYE gotta run N hide
pleaez tell yur mom knot ta blame herself....she has done mor than enuff and haza looked out for everee one ta de best oh her abilitee...her bee soooper kewl pawsum ta bee lokkin out for everee one frum de get go.....
Thanks here it,s a snowy night here.All the strays have been fed and mom hopes they choose to stay in the heated doghouse tonight.Yes Simon that,s Moms fear we have a owl hanging here once in awhile.But mom tries to hope for the positive like someone found her.
Supposed to snow here tonight, too. It was 40 or so this afternoon and sunny for awhile. Nice while it lasted...But, hey - we've done what we could for the ferals. You can't make them use the shelters, you can only provide access. And really, the belly full of food is the most important thing, don't you think?
Yes Samhain you are right.Mom read that a belly full of food keeps them warm.And believe me their bellys are full 3 large bowls of dry food 3 cans of cat food and a good size bowl of stew cuz mom didn;t like the way Daddy made it.mol