Alana, who came to us with that name, is one of the softed kitties
we've ever petted. She has very silky fur, and a loud purr-motor when
"Beanie" was our first foster failure (i.e., he stayed here), and was
bottle-raised from two-days old -- he was "Beanie Baby" sized when he came.
"Pella" was one of two adults and several kittens left outside the local Petsmart
in a pair of carriers on a frosty night. She came to stay for a while and
Felix, who also came to us with that name, is a very unusual cat. He has
and he often falls down and has trouble walking. It doesn't slow him down
much, though, as he barrels around the house, sometimes banging into
things as he goes!
- Hanging out
on the old runner in the hall.
- (more pix to come)
"Dia" was saved from the local SPCA -- they don't do bottle babies; Midge
and Dia bacame very attached (they still sleep together), so she's still here.
"Hersch" is the cat that owned Midge.
"Jaz" was one of the shy kitties, and she was rarely to seen by visitors.
- A particularly cute
- A close-up of her
showing her unusual half green, half blue right eye.
by the window in the office.
on the bannister in the living room. Morgan is visible in the background.
Morgan la Fuzz (RIP)
"Princess" was the cat that owned Mark, and is vocal and is amazingly
heavy-footed considering her small stature.
Nebula Arwen (RIP)
Nebula was a very pretty cat, who almost certainly was part Rag Doll.
She had pretty eyes, loved laps, and had fluffy fur that always looks unkempt,
even right after being brushed!
Firefox is a medium-haired orange cat, and looks much like his namesake.
He is a very friendly and loving kitty, and loves to be held or petted.
Bowie was the token dog in the family, named after a rock star who also has two different colored eyes.
Lenny is the current token dog in the family. He's a rescue, part
Australian cattle dog, and a mixture of other things.