What a half-term! Everywhere has been so busy in the forest and although the weather has not been great, at least it has been mild. The cattery has been buzzing and we thank Bethany for spending half of her holiday here helping out whilst Michaela has been away on a school trip. Our young assistants work very hard making sure all the cats are cuddled and cared for whilst they are with us!
This weeks cats are all well and healthy and a happy bunch indeed.
We have several pairs in, namely Boris & Mysti, George & Connor, Lady & Chloe, Scraps & Mr Fister, Bert & Willow and Gerry & Poppy.
Happy Valentines Day.
I was lucky enough to receive some beautiful roses today and be bought a surprise dinner (if only a takeaway!).
Being half term the cattery is pretty busy and we have had to open two of the garden blocks to accommodate our guests. We as ever have a selection of newbies, regulars and old-timers and so my name-check begins...
Overlooking the Storm Imogen damaged dovecot are Pussyfoot, a change of scenery for our long stay puss, Teasle the tabby and a new boy of Burmese origin, Sam, who has settled in very well and enjoys watching us through his window and having a cudhenever we're in his house.