A Flower Cloud

Cloud sat posed next to the bouquet of flowers, with a look on her face like she demanded her photo be taken.

It’s good to stop and admire the flowers sometimes!

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Chester Jeeves Day

It’s been six years since we brought these cool boys home!

Cloud had showed up just a few days before, so we went from zero to three cats all of a sudden.  At first it was overwhelming, but now it’s cat party every day!

Chester and Jeeves were rescued along with a bunch of other kittens from a feral cat colony. We didn’t get them until they were around 5-6 months old, so we only have a few pictures of them as kittens that their rescuer gave us. I sometimes wish we could have taken Jeeves’ favorite little grey brother too!

 

Cloud Day

October first is Cloud Day!  Six years ago she ran in our house and refused to leave. She decided it was her house!

She was just a sad starving little cat when she came here, but now she’s a happy, fluffy, very well fed cat who was happy to have an ice cream birthday toy!

She likes to bend her tail at weird angles. Not really sure how it works..

These are from when she first showed up. She did not like it when I put her back outside when she initially came in!

Cloud is a great cat!

Cat Photos Friday #124- Mad Boys

I had planned to do a spooky photo shoot for today, but the cats had other plans apparently.  They thought it would be a good idea to break into the attic one day while we were at work. But their idea went downhill fast when all the weird smells up there caused a case of non recognition aggression. Which means that Chester and Jeeves didn’t recognize each other and wanted to kill each other. 

So now they have to be separated for a few days until their brains reset and they remember each other again.


Chester was so messed up by the experience that I let him chew on the catnip I’ve been growing. in hopes of making him more chill. 

Ever since we let those kittens into our house over a year ago, just the slightest weird smell will set the boys off. If I diffuse the situation quickly they’re only weird for a couple hours, but if not, then it takes days for them to act normal again.