At last, able to show photos, thanks for your blogger help! The first ones are of Lucy, my new cat, the next 6 are of the cuffs I made recently and the last one is a pic of my Katie cat, taken last Summer. Don't you think Lucy cat looks a lot like Katie???
As the title says, I have been adopted by a little tabby cat, originally had a name I could not possibly call her when calling her to come in! So, now she's called Lucy.
Her previous owner said she was 2yrs old on the 'net, then when I phoned 4-5yrs old and also that she had been speyed (neutered)........she might have wind,worms or (hopefully not), something else going off but, me thinks she is either a greedy cat or is pregnant! I have seen and handled many pregnant cats so I don't think I'm wrong would be better pleased if it was wind though LOL!
So, Wait and see and in the meanwhile, a trip to the vets for a health check etc.
I'll try and load a photo or 2 but, haven't had much success posting photos on here lately!
This is my new to me garden as it looked in February, waterlogged, no doubt like a lot of peoples' gardens were at the time.
Don't think the pic has appeared, have to contact blogger and see what the problem is.
Thank you for your kind comments and messages of condolence.
Rosie was one of those cats that never hunted, not even a toy mouse, but she could occasioanlly snag my yarn if I was knitting or crocheting! Her early years (about 2 I think) were spent rearing litter after litter of kittens and that was the only time she hunted, to feed her babies. Food was provided by our branch of the Cats Protection, once we found someone (my friend who stabled her horses at that farm), to feed her.
When it became clear she was ready to give birth to possibly her 6th litter of kittens, the Diary farmer who gave her a saucer of full fat milk every morning, managed to get her into a cat carrier, the rest is history.
I've been trying to upload a couple of pics but, blogger isn't having any of them!
One of Rosie in her favourite spot in the strawberry patch(we only moved here in February of this year),there's still a bit of a hollow where she used to lay.
The other pic is taken a few weeks ago, showing her in her 'buried head' position, a favourite sleeping position.
I'm devasted still since Rosie cat had to be euthanased almost two weeks ago.
She was around 18yrs old and up until about 6 months ago,fairly fit for her age.
The Vet seems to think it was her kidneys giving out in the end.
I shall never be able to look at the Alpine strawberry patch without 'seeing ' her there, her favourite spot in the garden and the place where I had to pick her up on that morning to have a cuddle and say goodbye, for now. I'm lost without her and keeping myself as busy as possible.