Sunday, 29 July 2012

New Home Needed, Can you help?

I am looking for permanent loving home for Elphie. She is a very large Blue point girl, one of Joy's babies of 3 years ago. She has a lovely nature and is very loving  and will follow you around adoringly when she knows youUnfortunately due to a relationship break up she now needs re-homing. She need a home as a sole pet , as she is unhappy with other animals  around her. If you would like to come and meet her drop me an email or give me a ring 01354680038.

now 3 weeks old! Nem's and Joy's Kittens

Nem's Little Cherubs! 

Joy's Patriotism  Darlings

Sunday, 15 July 2012

Update on my babies

Alice is now 5 1/2 weeks old and doing brilliantly with both eating ( although she does get it everywhere, hence the just washed face in the photo) and litter training ,no accidents for a while all in the litter tray. She is growing to a big strong girl weighing in at approx 550g! She is going to have a fab thick coat and be the spitting image of her Grandma , SoPretty. She is a typical only child slightly precocious always want to help! on this occasion she is ripping the bottom out of the dirty litter bag! but you can't be cross when she looks so cute!

Nem's little ones are so cute they are now 8 days old and doing well they will all be mitted either blue or blue tabbies. There colours are starting to show. Let's hope they are as beautiful as their Mum!

Joy is very pleased with herself, with just cause she has 5 beautiful blue point babies that are now 6 days old and feeding constantly

Pookey is such clever boy!

Pookey is just 15 weeks old and he has already learnt to play fetch with his favourite toy  that he took with him from our home when he left to live with Amy.

Monday, 9 July 2012

Such a Nice text

I had to share this lovely text I had from Kirsty who has Dora and Tylers seal mitted girl Issabelle, it made me so happy, it was so nice to get this sort of feedback :-
"First 24hrs a roaring success, cuddles, sleeping in bed, litter box achieved and a very impressive play time with Luke with back flips and aerial attacks. We couldn't  be happier! Thank you so much, she's perfect x"

Kittens everywhere!

Well Joy's babies finally arrived this afternoon. She has had 5 little darlings who are all now bonding in the spare bedroom. Sorry no photos yet.
 Nem's babies are now resident in my craft room and the 3 are doing well, so much so I got a photo for you all today. At 2 days old.
Smudgkin and her kitten Alice moved into the bathroom yesterday . So that Alice could start on Solid foods with out getting a carpet messy. She is a fat little baby weighing in at 500g at a month old! The advantage of being a single kitten with an attentive mother!

Saturday, 7 July 2012


 I heard little meews from the Bathroom this morning  . Opened the door to find Nem , my blue mitted Tabby, who was not  looking very pregnant and I didn't think was due more than one kitten until next week .Had given birth to 4 little ones! Unfortunately one was on the bathroom floor and was a bit chilly. I feel so guilty as I am always there for them at the birth! However she had done so well, they were all spotlessly clean as was she!

 The one that I found out of the box this morning who was cold is still hanging in but not looking hopeful at this stage not much I can do but say a little prayer, cross my fingers and wait and see what's happened in the morning :( Hard but I have learnt that I won't do it any favours if I try to intervene at this stag and there is something wrong inside it just prolongs the agony with the same ultimate result.What will happen is what is meant to be, but the fact it appears to still be chilly and not too interested in feeding is not hopeful , although they all weigh between 92 and 95gms so not bad weights.

I will keep you all updated either way

Sunday 8th July pm.   Feeling Sad! Nem now only has 3 babies, who are doing really well but had to have one put to sleep because it had a clef pallet, Very sad but best thing we could do  for the poor darling, as it was unable to feed or be fed . It was the worse on our vet had seen in many years of practice and no way they could repair it.