I’m still feeling ill and not up to blogging much so… Here’s a picture of a kitten! Ilona was the first foster kitten we took in way back when. You can read more about her here.
Lady Joyful has had a very busy day (in England, where she is at the moment) and I, Lord Joyful, will be writing todays blog post, yay!
I am flying to England tomorrow. I have not yet packed, and seem to have a list as long as my arm of things that need to be done before I leave. I hope that excuses the picture post!
My sleep cycle is terrible lately. Truly terrible. I have a sleep tracking app on my phone which I can use to tell me just how ridiculously awful my sleep habits are. It’s very useful. I’ve been using this tracking app since August. For the majority of that time I have been getting too much…
I have nothing to say today. It’s been a long week, and now it is time for sleeping. Hopefully this picture of Lola from when she was tiny and adorable will help you sleep tonight!
We fostered kittens for a few months a little over a year ago. It was a wonderful experience and something I would definitely like to do again sometime. I’ll admit that the hardest part was saying goodbye to the little monsters, but it was definitely a worthwhile experience.
Once upon a time Lola was a kitten. She was tiny and adorable, and liked to play with things – notably bouncy balls, shoelaces, and her sister. She was sweet and cuddly and somewhat mischievous. Then she grew up. Whilst still on the petite side her voice more than makes up for her small stature.…
Names: Sisu & Siiri Type: Cat Colour: Sisu – Grey with white, Siiri – White with grey and ginger tabby bits Age at arrival: 10 weeks Age at departure: 15 weeks
Name: Ilona Type: Cat Colour: Black & White Age on arrival: 8 weeks Age on departure: 16 weeks Weight on arrival: 1220g (approx.) Weight on departure: 2300g (approx.)
As I write this, we are kitten-less. It seems odd to go back to having just our two cats – the fat one and the noisy one! Sisu and Siiri left for their new home on Thursday morning, so are presumably all settled in by now. The week leading up to their departure was a…