Sassy cats – Fussy with food!

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When Gracie, the youngest catkid was adopted in January, there were a lot of food issues. She wouldn’t eat anything. Then only dry. Then only real chicken. Then only chicken cat food. Then back to real chicken. (When I say … Continue reading

Sassy cats — More synchronized watching

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Gracie may be the new kid in the house but she can hold her own with the larger, tenured cats. Here she is clearly pushing Hazel out-of-the-way to get a good look at a chipmunk that was mocking them both. … Continue reading

Sassy cats – All about Gracie

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Gracie noticed that attention has been diverted to Morgan lately and is not at all happy. She is not impressed with mouse catching skills and claims that no one catches the feather on a stick like she does. All eight … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Pets are family

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Mollie pretty much sums up our feelings here about a most bizarre summer. Night time temperatures are in the 50s. There is a crispness that makes you crave apples and tuna. Ok, the cats always crave tuna although in real … Continue reading

Sassy cats – An ominous start to Hazel’s diet

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Ever since new catkid Gracie joined the household, Hazel has bloomed (and I don’t mean personality-wise!). She has slowly hoovered up food while Gracie was busy being finicky. Gracie refused to eat. Then only ate dry. Then ate nothing again. … Continue reading

Sassy cats — A slow news week

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There were no mice or errant smoke alarms. Just full on summer heat. Everyone is kicking back and taking it easy, including the cats. Mollie got a new “photo” taken. What do you think? Such an easy cat to photograph! … Continue reading

Random 5 for July 2 – Time, signs of summer, weirdos, animal shelters, Canada

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Good grief it’s July! – I remember last year July flew by in a blur. This year I am working to live “in the moment.” I love summer and it always seems like the shortest season, especially July. Fresh local … Continue reading