A new arrival.

Tomorrow is a big day. We are missing Arnie terribly and although no cat could ever fill his paws, we have a home that’s missing a certain something. That something is a cat.
I’m happy to say that a cat answered our job application and interviewed flawlessly.
Renee is three years old and was found abandoned in an empty house, pregnant and very dirty. She was rescued by the Friends of Animals Wales who cared for her when she had her two kittens. Please have a look at the amazing work they do and if you’re looking for a animal to re-home, please think of them.
She has been in foster care with a very lovely lady and is now ready for her new beginning so she will be coming home tomorrow to meet everybody.
And yes she currently rules over a dog so Bonnie will be happy about that I’m sure.
Just look at that tail!
renee

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Posted on May 31, 2018, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I miss Arnie, but a home isn’e a home without a kitty and Renee looks adorable xx

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  2. Fingers crossed that all goes well with the new arrival! Do you know the Old Wives’ Tale about buttering the cat’s paws before it goes out for the first time? They are supposed to find their way home again – My granny used to do it with all her cats apparently… I just can’t imagine how you get butter on the cat’s paws in the first place! None of mine would tolerate any kind of interference with their paws!

    Anyway, best of luck… can’t wait to see the drawings! πŸ™‚ xx

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  3. I didn’t know Arnie but I am sure he would approve! Each cat, upon passing, leads to the next one, who leads to the next one, and so on. An infinite chain of cats! 🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈

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  4. So happy for your family! Welcome Renee! What a lucky girl. Rescue babies are the best.

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  5. She looks beautiful.
    When we lost our beautiful black cat, we never thought we’d get another one, but we did. I’m sure Renee will be a wonderful addition to your family!

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