Mom says she's staying for a trial run to see if I want a buddy besides mom in the home. So far Mia and I have sniffed each others scent on blankets and growled at each other thru the door. At least I got to sleep with mom last night! That's our normal routine. This visitor better not interrupt my routine. It's bad enough she got to spend time in my favorite spot today watching bird tv!
Saturday, October 26, 2013
Mom brought home a visitor last night. Her name is Mia and she's from Wayside Waifs. Mom said Mia is her current favorite Waif. I didn't actually meet her face to face... only through the bedroom door where I was relinquished to when mom got home. Here's a pic. Yeah she's a pretty girl but does she have to stay???
Sunday, October 20, 2013
Remember Calissa? Mom featured her in my bloggie a week ago. Well, she found her forever family today! Wayside Waifs does a great job helping kitties and woofies find their forever homes! Yay for Calissa!!!
Saturday, October 19, 2013
It's Caturday and wow have I been a brat today! I meowed and meowed until I got deck time. Hey it's nice out so why can't a kitty get deck time when it's so nice out? Never mind that mom wanted a nap since she got up early today to go volunteer at a run.... Then I stuck my nose in moms spaghetti. Yum it was good! The evidence is on my nose, he he! Then I got even more deck time!!!
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
What do you mean I'm not going? I know what that suitcasey thing means... Moms going somewhere and of course I'm not going! But I don't like riding in cars so maybe that's a good thing!
Mom's heading out of town taking this fellow (Teddy) to New Orleans. A friend is going to college there and her parents are letting her have a car and her dog. Moms job is to get the car and pup there safely.
Details about the trip...
Teddy looked a little apprehensive at first but actually did quite well in the car. Mom said he rode shot gun almost the whole way. He didn't bark, just slept or sat quietly watching the scenery go by. They made plenty of stops so Teddy could do his business and stretch his legs...
Apparently Teddy wanted to take his turn driving, silly pup! Only kitties get to drive!
Mom saw some neat things along the way including this old police car and a cotton field. Mom said some people showed up and picked some cotton while she was walking Teddy by the field. She didn't know if they were supposed to be there or just curious like her.
Saturday, October 12, 2013
Meet Calissa, this weeks featured Waif mom wants to tell you about.
Calissa is approximately a year and a half. She came to Wayside on 9/16/13 and has been available for adoption since 10/7/13. She is shy and startles easily so I quiet home might be best for her. Don't be fooled by her shy demeanor though, she is a very sweet kitty and loves to be pet! She climbed right out of her kennel in to moms lap! Uh oh... I might be in trouble, mom loves lap kitties and I haven't wanted to be a lap kitty since the fire. I snuggle next to mom though and she seems to be content with that but I have a feeling she might want a lap kitty again. Brofur Cosmo was a lap kitty. I think mom misses Cosmo. :(
Ok, back to kitty Calissa. Her feline-ality test says she is a private investigator which makes since with her shy demeanor. She has been spayed and is up to date on her vaccinations. She is available for adoption for a low fee of $50. Come meet this sweet girl at Wayside Waifs this weekend!
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Mom didn't post about a featured kitty last week because the kitty she chose got adopted before she completed her blog post. Yay for Olivia! Now meet this weeks featured kitty Chris:
Chris is approximately 8 years old and came to Wayside as a stray. Being a stray, Chris didn't receive good care. He has had a couple teeth pulled and had ear mites something awful. You'll notice his ears are flattened. Normally that can indicate a cat is mad but not this kitty! The ears are scarred from all the scratching at the ear mites. Don't worry though, his ears are all better!
Chris however is FIV positive so he will need to be the only kitty in the home. Don't let that scare you though! FIV kitty's can live long, healthy lives! He will need to be watched closer for signs of illness and be in an indoor and less stressful environment than a multi-animal home.
Chris's feline-ality is that of a personal assistant which means he likes to play, snuggle or even hang out with you while you watch tv. If you are looking for a personal assistant come meet Chris!