Saturday, 26 November 2011


(The use of song titles is temporarily suspended.)

(You didn't notice. Oh well.)

(Oh Well was a late 60's song by Fleetwood Mac.)

There's not much to report. Their development continues and they are available for re-homing at £60.00 per pair, £40.00 each, but we'd rather they went as pairs. Contact Elizabeth on 0191 581 7976. They'll be nervous at first and probably want to hide but give them time and they'll make great pets. Gawaine, it seems, should have a name change to Gwen.

The real reason for this post is that Elizabeth emailed me the following photos (slightly cropped by me) which are too good not to use. Better than mine, that's for sure.

Update to the previous post.

Earlier this week I received an email from a couple who had just set up home together and wanted two kitten, one of them, ideally, ginger. We didn't, as far as I knew, have any and replied accordingly, hope they'd be interested in the wild ones above. Then I saw the two ginger siblings yesterday, blogged about it which the couple saw and, as far as I know, the kittens should now be in their new home.

If it was always that easy we wouldn't be full up and unable to take any cats in.

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