March of the kitty puffs.

Just so I’ve kept you in the loop. Renee was adopted by us last year shortly after saying goodbye to her kittens who had also gone off to loving homes.
Renee had just been spayed and was calling for her babies for a few nights before she settled down and enjoyed the life of a pampered, happy puss.

One night, we heard an almighty yowling (similar to an air raid claxon). In she marched with one of Evie’s *kitty puffs in her mouth, gently placed it on the floor and went back to find another one. At this point, we all came to the same conclusion.

We gave her all the puffs we had.


Last nights puff activity was off the chart. Howling galore from Renee. We woke to puffs outside our door, on the stairs, in the sink, in Bonnie’s crate, one even found it’s way inside a wellington boot.

Renee, is now busy sleeping off her antics ready for tonight’s mass movement of puffs.

*Kitty puffs, for your information, are little balls of knitted wool, stuffed with stuffing and have sown on eyes and a nose. They are my idea in response of Evie asking me to knit something fluffy and cute. They come in various colours (whatever is in my stash of wool) and I think I’ve knitted at least over a hundred over the years for various children as they are very cute and totally squidge-able…anyway…I’m digressing….

Posted on September 29, 2019, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. What a lucky puss to have you as her family. I don’t think my broody hen appreciates it that I remove the eggs her ‘sisters’ lay for her -she clearly wants chicks (I haven’t been able to break the news that she needs a rooster for that. 😄).

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    • Oh broody hens are the bain of my life this year! One hoarded 15 eggs and we had to sneak them off her!
      I have put fertile eggs under hens in the past to keep them busy and they make great mums to very cute chicks but obviously then you have the problem of future potential cockerels…

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  2. I love it, it is as i can find Zebra back anywhere in the house, lucky me, there is only one 😉

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