Friday, December 28, 2007

News

The snow keeps falling, everyday, in the Big Piney Woods.

A new kitty has been showing up the last few days, to eat. It is a tabby with white paws; taking up residence in one of Mistrie's beds under the deck (she is in the woodshed right now.) I followed it's tracks and they led deep into the Piney Woods, and finally ended up on the neighbors property line, so I turned around. The cat is small, very hungry, and very wild. Mistrie would love a companion, but we are hoping it already has a furrever home. I have named it Winter Storm. It looks like it could be one of Precious' kittens. Please send purrs.

In other news, we are getting company, so won't be around for New Years. We want to wish you all a safe and Happy New Years! See you when the company leaves.

~CalicoMom Toni~

19 comments:

LZ said...

That would be really sweet if it is one of Precious' kittens. I love the name and we all send purrs.

Chase

The Meezers or Billy said...

oh my goodness, if it's one of Precious' kittens, that would be a wonderful thing!

Daisy said...

I sure hope Winter Storm has a forever home somewhere! Happy New Years, we'll see you soon!

The Tower Hill Mob said...

we hope storm has a furrever home and is just wandering.
purrs and greetings to our idaho friends!

Queen Snickers, Empress and Princess Renna said...

We hope Winter Storm is just out playing from it forever home but we knows it found a wonderful place if if decides your it family. :) ~Queen Snickers

Gemini and Ichiro said...

I think Winter Storm is very smart to come to your place. There is probably more snow on it's way. We were supposed to get some yesterday but it was only rain--well it fell but didn't stick.

Stay warm and send purrs to Mistrie Rose!

Shaggy and Scout said...

Glad she has shelter.

Edsel/The Pooch said...

ohh, i hope the little kitty will be okay, i'm glad she found your place and can at least have shelter and food.

my Mom said that if she had that much snow to deal with she'd wrap up in a blanket and go in the basement until April. we just have little piles of dirty grey/brown snow. but there is a big storm comin' into Chicago and we usually get there leftovers, so we are bracin' for the worst.

Just Ducky said...

If Winter Storm is skinny and hungry, I doubt he has a forever home. Keep watch for him.

There was just a regular winter storm here today. Lots more white stuff.

Happy New Year.

Karen Jo said...

I really do hope that Winter Storm has a forever home already and is just visiting. If not, he or she has found a really good home to find food and shelter. Have a very Happy New Year and enjoy your company.

Rascal said...

Definitely sending lots of purrs! Especially considering all that white stuff. Not fit for Cat nor beast.

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Marley, and Laz) said...

Ooh we hope it is temporarliy lost an has a home. But no kitty should be out in the deep snow.

Boy said...

A new kitty! Woah!

Anonymous said...

U hope Winter Storm has a home.I will be purring for her.Happy New Year

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

We're glad the kitty has found shelter wiv you. If it's hungry and skinny and wild it probly hasn't got a furrefur home. It'll be nice furr Mistrie to haf outdoor company.
We wish yoo all a furry Happy New Year.

Dragonheart, Merlin, Devi, and Chloe said...

We will purr and pray for Winter Storm. We are glad the little cat found some shelter and food with you!

Happy New Year!

Forty Paws said...

What a beautiful picture!

We are purring and praying for Winter Storm. It is much too cold for her to be out roaming! It is so good of you to be feeding her and letting her take up shelter in Mistrie's habitat.

Happy New Year efurrybody!

Luf, Us

Anonymous said...

Wow, everycat has white stuff 'cept us, it seems. I will have to remember to ask Santa for some next year. Mama says to make sure to ask for s-n-o-w and not i-c-e. Because apparently that's the usual frozen stuff here, and I guess it isn't as much fun.

~ nala

Parker said...

I hope Winter Storm has a home and is OK.
Happy New Year!