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.
Chillie the tortie is back with us for a couple of weeks, as is Mori the Siamese. Both behaving very well.
We have a selection of piebald and skewbald cats in at present, we have the black and white Lily, Jessie, Muffin and Tilly and the tabby and white Alfie and Darcey. They are all pretty easy going folk and seem at ease here in their rural surroundings. We also have the tabby Clara and Tortie Tansy and three further regulars in the shape of Bella, Summer and Spike.
Moriarty the Persian is next to the kitchen with Molly the Tortie, another newbie, on his left. Both making use of their heat lamps tonight I notice as the temperature is dropping!
Connor and Gorgeous George are by the orchard alongside Blind Boris & his valentine, Mysti the Siamese. The family block is housing Bobby & Willow, another Siamese, Jack, Gerry and Poppy and tomorrow we welcome another five guests so it looks like alot of you have had enough of the stormy weather and are heading off for a winter break. Wise move having just seen this weeks weather forecast! Until next time...