Feline fun, and bonus critters

As I catch up with things I wasn’t able to post while our internet was down, I figured I’d start with some fun stuff!

(Also, whatever technical problems killed off our secondary account is also affecting our primary account – but at least that one still gets a signal! We will get a call in a day or two about when someone can come by to check the hardware.)

This first photo shows some impressive progress.

That’s Keith, reaching out to touch a napping Leyendecker.


Keith, the ball of stress and anxiety that would hiss and run away anytime a kitten came near him.

Now, he will actually curl up with Leyendecker for a nap.

He still doesn’t do much with the kittens overall, but at least he isn’t freaking out anymore.

Which leaves Fenrir as the remaining problem cat. She is more aggressive than Keith was, and will hiss and bat at them. But then, she’ll hiss and bat at some of the adult cats, too.

Then there’s Cheddar. This is him in his usual state.

He has managed to take up half of my king sized bed, with his stretching and splaying!

When he came indoors, almost a year ago, I never imagined he would grow into this big beast!

Then there is David…

What a goof!

He, too, has changed a lot since we brought him in, little over a year ago.

He used to be so tiny! ๐Ÿ˜€ I’m so glad we were able to get his eyes all healed up.

And now some bonus critter pictures!

Much, much bigger critters.

Our renter’s cows came by the barn for a visit. ๐Ÿ˜€

In the middle foreground, walking away, is the bull. What a massive, meaty beast he is!

It won’t take long for them to eat up all that grass, and it’ll be shorter than our lawn, after being freshly mowed!

I just love hearing the cows when they’re nearby. We’re not in a position to have cows ourselves, so I get to enjoy them vicariously through the renter! ๐Ÿ˜€

The Re-Farmer

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