Sassy cats — Remembering Jake

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—Jake: Listen Cupcake, don’t I get royalties for these articles? This is the time of year I think of my old cat Jake. He started going downhill fast around July 2015 and passed in September. He was a cat and … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Cat day pictures

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The cats wanted new pictures posted. I was embarrassed to notice that most of my pictures for the older cats were well…older. The younger grays still do things that make interesting pictures but for Mollie and Hazel, it is eating, sleeping … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Gracie the wild child!

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Every family has one. The kid who pushes the envelope. Yells na-na-na-na-na when they did something they shouldn’t. Makes you angry and laugh at the same time. Gracie is our wild child. We weren’t looking to adopt (we rarely are) … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Morgan, Part 3 or the end…for now

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The last two posts have covered how she got here and the chaos she caused. So why do I consider her the perfect cat? She eats what I feed her. She eats a mix of kibble and wet cat food … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Morgan the perfect cat, Part 2

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Technically this is about all the cats but Morgan caused it all. Quick background: I went to the local animal shelter to donate towels and came home with a one-eyed cat. She was younger than I thought. After introducing to my … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Morgan, the perfect cat, Part 1

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“I’m the best mouser in the world and I’m beautiful too!” – Morgan Back in 2013 I had three happy cats. Ok, maybe Jake was a little cranky but he was old and we older folks are allowed to be … Continue reading

Sassy cats – The book of Hazel

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“I have a stripe-y tail, a stinky pooter and like my main staff person, I prefer cats to people. My name is Hazel.” That says it all. She’s not exactly shy but more cautious. She knows what she wants and … Continue reading