Sunday, July 27, 2008


Until recently, we've seemed to have quite atypical weekends what with mom rescuing calico kitties, mom studying and preparing for trainings she has recently taught or is about to teach and mom going to bed early and getting up early, even on weekends! It was wearing us out and stressing us out not having the typical mom time like we love and need.

But this weekend was typical. Mom slept late both days and she brushed me and Tommy and even gave us extra snacks. So, we spent the weekend doing all the typical things we like to do. Ahhh, All is back to normal!

We spent some time wrestling.

Then we spent some time napping.

Then I brushed my own face while mom brushed the parts that are harder for me to brush on my own.

It was a very nice normal weekend. Hope you all had nice weekends and a wonderful week to come.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Monsoon Season

It's been kind of rainy here. I like it as long as the flashie-boomie stuff doesn't accompany the rainy stuff. This is good for the high desert and will not only make the trees and other flora happy but also the birdies, deer, bears, coyotes and other fauna to be happy too.

This is the view from our front window.

Have a great week everyone!

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

It Works!

Feels like it's been three thousand naps since I've been able to blog! Mom finally found out what was wrong and Aunt A helped talk mom through the fix. Thanks Aunt A!

Just working on my tan. He he he.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Our Internet Connection is Broken

I tried off and on all day yesterday to post. For some reason I couldn't make a connection and still couldn't this morning. Something wrong with Mozilla Firefox or the computer doesn't recognize something. Mom said she would post this message for me at work. We'll try to get it up and running again as soon as we can.

Hope all of you have a great week!

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Pictures of Eva

To recapitulate the last couple of posts, our mom helped neighbors rescue a little calico girl who had been a stray for some time. She was finally found up in a tree last Sunday morning. After taking her to the vet where she got poked and prodded and some shots and blood taken from her to test, she came home and rested up in our study. We couldn't play with her because mom said we had to wait for test results to make sure she was not contagious with anything. Next mom called some of the no-kill rescue societies she knows to see if they could provide a foster family while helping to find the little calico girl a forever home. Mom said we couldn't keep her because we were only allowed by the apartment complex to have two cats. Before long, mom got a phone call from a nice lady from PACA who said she could take the little calico girl. Next day mom took the little calico girl (who didn't have a name yet) to meet the new foster mom who was very nice. More happy news was that the vet called and let mom know that the little girl's blood test results were negative for any bad stuff. The next evening the foster lady called and told us that she and her daughter had named the little calico girl Eva. We are happy that Eva has a nice foster home and will soon find a forever family.

Eva stuck in a tree after being bombarded by Robins

Eva resting in our study after returning from the v.e.t.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Her Name is Eva

Update on the little furball my mom rescued and who stayed in our study for a short while. The little calico kitty is now in a nice foster home. The lady from the foster home called to let our mom know that she and her daughter had named the little kitty Eva. What a perfect name for the little furball! This foster family will take care of her until she is adopted by a wonderful forever family.

Oh and the VET from VCA called and let my mom know that the little calico girl's blood tests were negative. Mom says that's good and that it means she's healthy.

One other piece of news is that Eva is going to be "fixed" today at the VET. That's so hard having two big visits to the VET in four days! I can hardly stand going once a year. So, we are sending warm and healing thoughts to Eva the little calico girl. Mom took some pictures of her before she went to the foster home and we will share them soon.