Rosie is quite the little lady, and very curious about everything. No box is left unexamined!
Her favorite thing to do is make sure we wake up bright and early for breakfast. If she feels you are trying to ignore this … she will come up and tap you until she gets her way.
She loves to play and treat time rides high on her list of favorite activities. In a nut shell … she is doing awesome!
This is Wyatt & Howie who is just the most WONDERFUL kitty. He is just gorgeous and is a total buddy.
He loves everyone, loves to play fetch, and follows me everywhere. He now wears a bell.
He also remains quite the talker. His favorite word is chicken which starts a flurry of chatter until he gets it.
I always say chicken over and over in the morning to get my son out of bed. We call it the Howie alarm.
Thank you for allowing me to adopt this wonderful member into my family. He is the sunshine in my life, the reason I wake in the morning, and come home early at night. He is always waiting for me at the door when I come home even if I was only gone long enough to check the mail or empty the trash. He always acts as if he hasn’t seen me in days. I love that feeling!!! He keeps me company and I would have to say sane.
We do so much stuff together, mostly because he always follows me around the house. I go to the kitchen and turn around and he is sitting behind me just looking up as if saying “Is it dinner time again?” He never lets me out of his sight for long. When he thinks it is bedtime and I get up, he runs past me and jumps up on the chair I keep beside my bed so he can get up there, and jumps up on my bed and lays on my pillow. His little motor just a running. I can hear it from one end of the house to the other.
He is so comfortable here now and he loves to sprawl out on his back and his legs going every which way. He is truly an angel in my eyes, and I thank you for allowing him to be with me.
Thank you very much,
Isabella (Izzy) helped decorate the tree this year. We decided not to put any breakables on the bottom branches. Untangling the lights was a bit of a challenge as Isabella was particularly interested in this procedure. Her help with the Christmas wrap was not appreciated, but we couldn’t fault her enthusiasm. She loves Christmas and is Jim’s constant companion.
She has brought Jim much joy !
UPDATE, 1 YEAR LATER…………..
Just thought you might like to know that I celebrated my first birthday recently. I’ve grown quite a bit since you put me on that plane. What an experience that was…thank heavens I flew first class. I’m weighing in at about ten pounds now and they say I am a real CATch.
I have everybody pretty well shaped up around here. I’m really quiet most of the time, but when I meow they jump! I had a little trouble with the lady who comes to clean every week. She had the gall to mess around with my litter box and take some of my things. She tried to make up to me by putting some of my sand back. However, the next time she came, I was ready for her. I jumped in my box and stayed there until she moved on. I mean, REALLY, is nothing sacred anymore?
I like to play with mousey. I throw him in the air and if he complains, I hide him under the throw rug or slide him under the closet door. I just ignore him until he learns his lesson, but after awhile I let him loose. Sometimes as a special treat, I take him up on my cat tower and toss him over the side.
Well, its about time for my nap. I always answer the doorbell when it rings and last night was a fright! Kids coming to the door begging for food. Some were even dressed up like cats. I couldn’t believe my eyes. Have they no shame?
I am enclosing the picture taken on my birthday. Is it any wonder they call me Purrty Girl?
A Kitty & his Kid…….
A Kitty & his Kid, a year later…….
Winkies has been the best we could have asked for! The whole family loves her, my kids fight over who gets to play with her next. She loves the toy, Cat Dancer.
You are a great breeder and our relatives that have seen her want to take her home.
Thank You for her, hope you like the pictures and we’ll keep in touch…
Alanna Wolff and Family