The magnificent seven kittens - episode four

by doris

Well, all the kitties enjoyed Christmas; I put decorations up, they took them down, I put them up, they took them get the idea. All of them enjoyed their own presents, and they love Ians new fleece tartan jacket, they've grabbed it as a bed and my dragon paperweight has to be rescued a dozen times a day.

Fleur, Rosie,0rchid, Pretti girl and Fae are fine. Mia-kit had her heart operation the week before Christmas and has made a full recovery. However, Topaz had a collapse at the vet - she has renal failure and is now on tablets twice a day. She goes back tomorrow at 9.30 to see how shes doing,but Im sure shell be ok.I shall keep you

Comment from Kate
Great story, thanks for keeping us up to date. I'm sure I'm not the only one who loves to hear how they are getting on.

GREAT Positive News
by: Mary in NC USA

In times of such hardship and turmoil, it is GREAT to read a positive kitty story.
It made me smile and chuckle.
I gave up putting up a Christmas tree 3 years ago when I took in 12 rescues that nobody wanted to adopt. (All was facing being put down because they was OLD!) Imagine that.
Well, we may not have a tree at Christmas but we do have each other (kitty's and grandchildren and me).

And we are ALL happy!
The kittys and kids all get toys and that is a thrill in its self to watch.
Lets not forget a little Catnip to keep them entertained!

I am so glad to hear all the good news on your kitt's and keep us informed.

Just a Old Cat Lady
Mary in NC USA

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