Monday, July 23, 2007






William and the young couple we hired to help us are trying to get Frosty Dan and Brown Robyn to hold still so I can change their bandages.



I moved the young bunnies into my teen chick pen since I don't have any teens at the moment. They are loving running around eating grass and playing with each other.

Momma Kitty and baby kitty are doing fine. I have found a home for baby kitty so will be taking momma kitty to be fixed as soon as baby kitty is weened. Baby Kitty is getting very fat and loving. Momma Kitty is so sweet. She jumps on me to wake me up to let her outside to potty in the middle of the night. She doesn't want to use a litter box.

12 comments:

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

No wonder that mama kitty did not know what to do with those baby kittens...she does not look more than a kitten herself. She looks very young. I feel so sorry for her. Glad to know that she is a very loving cat. We love cats here at our house even our monster Simon!! We put up with him...How I don't know. Sandy

Marian, (Miz) said...

Wow! It's been a while since I stopped by to read your blog and catch up on your busy life. I do so miss your wonderful writings and am always happy to get the chance to drop back in and spend a few moments reading all your news. Sounds like this has been a very eventful summer for you. Keep up the good work, Peg....you are an inspiration!

PEA said...

The boys love to give you a hard time eh? lol I can well imagine how much the bunnies are loving having more space to run around!! What a beautiful picture of Mama Cat and her baby...glad you're getting her fixed after her baby has been weaned...bless your heart Peggy!! xox

the night owl said...

Peggy, We had a male cat one time that would only go outside to use the bathroom.Never used a litter box.That was nice......Glad to see mommy cat and her baby doing well.. Baba

meggie said...

So glad you are keeping the little mother cat. She looks very sweet, & I am sure her little kitty will be too. Glad the boys are coming along so well.

miss*R said...

what a darling cat! what will you do with her? it must have been fun trying to catch the boys!

Patty said...

We had one buck that had bad scurs that were growing back into his head and had to have them removed by the vet. Someone had done a bad job disbudding him, and what a hard time it was changing his bandages ! He did not like having it done one bit. He was a big boy at the time and pretty strong. I sympathize with you and the goats !
Love your bunnies in the pen. I am sure they love being able to hop around !

Gayla said...

How sweet... your blog is so restful and interesting.... and oh, that music! What is that? I love, love it.... Kind of makes me tearful, but it just haunts in there in my heart... Thanks.. Gayla

Marci said...

I am glad there is someone there to help you. I love the bunnies in the pen.

LisaOceandreamer said...

How adorable!!! Oh Doctor Doolittle you can do anything!! I am so in awe of you and your ability to take care of anything and everything!! Mama Cat and baby are doing well because YOU are taking care of them!!
I still want to see YOU though....heehee (did I mention that before?)
Love and hugs,
Lisa
XOXO

Rachel said...

They are both so cute!! Glad you found the little one a home and that Mama will be getting fixed!

Jeanette said...

Hi Peggy, Did you get the boys to stand still while you cchanged there bandages,and Mother cat looks so young with her baby.