Friday, September 01, 2006
Precious is 8 to 9 months old, 6 lbs. ( I am figuring 8 1/2 months, her birthday is going to be Dec. 15, 2005) and was coming into heat again. She is very healthy, very skinny. On the drive home (20 minutes) she bathed herself and then watched me drive. She is in the upstairs bathroom now. When I sit down she gets on my lap and purrs. She has piddled in the litter box......I can see that tail is going to be a problem, lol. She also, unlike Mittens, wants to come out! I have to be careful when I open the door.
Mittens went into extreme hiding when she saw me bring in the carrier, never mind there was another cat in there; I wasn't going to take her to the vet. I had to track her down, she was under the pillow, on our bed. Patches, well, she is surprising me. I brought her upstairs and cracked the door, they touched noses, Patches jumped sideways, make her little chirp and went downstairs. I think I haven't heard and seen the worst of it, though. The last time, when I brought Mittens home, she threw herself against the door, yowling. Of course, she has gotten numerous treats for her good manners. I put Mittens in front of the cracked door, she looked and left. Since then, Patches came up twice and scratched on the door.
I have more wormer for her and Revolution. Not much else to tell......oh, they named her Flower at the vets. I told them I had named her Precious Momma, but Flower sure fit her, so I decided to change it to Precious Flower. The vet is a young lady, absolutely wonderful. I am switching to their clinic! (They are building a new, huge building.) She told me if I catch the kittens I can bring them in immediately! Now that is nice. They all loved her so, said they would miss her. The one technician said she purred like crazy for her. She is a very friendly, loving, tiny girl. Patches and Mittens seem huge to me now, so solid and filled out. Of course, Mistrie knows nothing of the newcomer, yet.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 7:24 AM
Edsel/The Pooch posted at 6:46 AM
oh my, her tail is an award winner. she looks very nice. i hope the girls will like her
DEBRA posted at 6:48 AM
Oh my she your Precious is gorgeous. I am sorry I have been able to sign on to your blog and read about her. I understand your feelings totally because our first three were drops off too. Many blessings to you ToniMom for taking her in and getting her all fixed up. She is ... just so precious.
The Meezers posted at 7:07 AM
She is so beautiful! Patches and Mittens, and Mistrie too, if you are a little overwhelmed wif your new sisfur, you can teleport ofurr to see us and snuggle for a while.
posted at 7:11 AM
She is a very beautiful girl, with a wonderful face ... and those lovely eyes. She obviously realises you are her Guardian Angel, Toni.
Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 7:53 AM
She's SO young! I didn't expect that! He is absloutely beautiful. You found a real winner there.
Hiding under the pillows!!!! That's classic! Poor darling Mittens.
And you et sounds like a jewel. I really hope you can capture the kitties soon before they wander off in search of their momma and in search of further adventures. Or tangle with a coyote or raccoon. This is so exciting! I'm living vicariously through you with this adventure!! sss's mom
Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 7:55 AM
Goodness my lasy typing....."She" in the 1st sentence is absolutely beautiful.
And "your vet" sounds like a jewel.
Lazy finger syndrome I guess. Lynne
Kaze posted at 8:14 AM
Aww...she is a precious flower! I'm glad you like your new vet, meowmy LOVES our vet (no idea why....I think its pretty crazy to love a vet).
I bet all the girls will be friends soon enough, it sounds like pretty good integration progess. The Lap Lady says you've got good integration skills!
Gemini posted at 8:24 AM
I hopes you catch the babies. I remember what it was like to be little and scared and loose your Momma. She is beautiful though.
Hello Mittens. I hope you are doing well and enjoy your new friend.
cat_aunty posted at 8:28 AM
Aww poor Mittens! Lovely of Patches Lady, being so courteous to PreciousFlower. I am sure Mistrie will have no problem with her.
posted at 9:26 AM
Welcome Precious Flower, you got the best of two names...hope your kiddles are ok, and Toni finds them.
Cecilia posted at 11:13 AM
She is absolutely beautifull.
George, Tipper, Max & Misty posted at 11:59 AM
What a beautiful addition to your family! Could you try taking her (in the carrier, of course!) to the location where the kittens might be, then put out some food and wait to see what happens. Maybe they'd smell her or she'd call out to them.
Lone Star Purrs posted at 2:06 PM
What a sweetheart!!! This reassures me that I'm doing the right thing with our 'situation'.
brandi posted at 3:50 PM
She looks like a very sweet lady! The soft cuddly lap kind. I hope you find her poor babies.
Derby posted at 6:15 PM
Good that she did well at the VET and captured a few more hearts. I hope you find the kittens soon.
Grr, Midnight & Cocoa posted at 7:14 PM
lovely fluff an a bee-you-tee-full tail! if you keep putting up such adory-bull pic-shures, our Lady is gonna be on yur doorstep beggin ta pet her an then who's gonna feed us?
William posted at 8:27 PM
Wow, what a tail!
Max posted at 8:30 PM
If that were me...let's just say you better check to see what kinda present mighta been left under that pillow...
Pumpkin posted at 12:51 AM
It's wonderful that you were able to help a kitty in need. All of our cats are rescued strays so I know how hard it is to NOT help. I hope you will be able to find the kittens soon too and find good homes for them.
Rascal posted at 6:01 AM
She looks like a very purry sweet kitty and is obviously happy with you and her new home. Precious Flower is a perfect name for her. And it sounds like you found a wonderful new vet.
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