Today, I’ve licked my Mommy’s face ten hundred times. I love to sit on Mommy’s shoulder and lick her cheek and chin.
My Mommy sits on her bed reading a book. I jump onto the bed, then spring onto her. Then I jump off..then back on. Over and over.
I fly through the air with my jolly jumps and hop of Mommy. I think she’s a trampoline! It’s the best time ever.
Everybody comes from somewhere ~ memories
All our kitties came to us homeless. These are their stories.
Oreo was sitting in the middle of a busy street next to what appeared to be his smashed Mommy who sadly was run over by a car.
Chloe was a stray barn kitten at a pumpkin farm.
Violet and Sadie are sisters. They were stray barn kitties, too. Mommy and Daddy bottle fed them.
Mommy was horrified to see a kitty run over right in front of our old house. She rushed the kitty to the vet, but sadly it had passed. The remaining kitty needed a home. We named him Otis Byerly.
We fostered Maggie Mae and her daughter Zoe and then adopted them.
Sophie was a kitten when she was thrown from a moving car. Daddy took her right to the vet. Fortunately, she didn’t have a scratch on her.
About 8 years ago, Mommy’s 17-year-old kitty, named Brittany Dawnie, passed away. She was Mommy’s first kitty, rescued from a friend’s barn.
The Christmas before last, our family said goodbye to beloved Gingie Bug, she was 21 years old.
Mommy found her on a freezing cold Christmas Eve, sitting alone.
Last Christmas, our Drewbie passed. He was 19, which is a long time for a cat with FIV to survive. Drewbie found us when we moved into our new house.
Our family has been blessed to share life with such wonderful animals. And I love being the only bunny, because I’m spoiled rotten and I love it!!
The money I earn from eBay helps underwrite care for me and my 8 geriatric feline rescue kitties.