Hello, September! After going through August's photos of our feeding station, I found we didn't actually take very many photos that month. I ended up with only a week's worth of critter of the day pictures worth posting, mostly of cats. Since I skipped at least one month's worth of photos entirely in the spring, … Continue reading Critter of the Day: bird watching
I will start with the good news, first. Mild Cheddar went through surgery very well! As we wrote previously, what we thought was a dislocated rib, turned out not to be. The vet made an incision at the top, but also found the entry wound in his armpit area and opened that up a bit, … Continue reading What happened, and what didn’t happen
While switching out the empty hanging bird feeder for a full one, I noticed Junk Yard kitten was out. So I sat down on the log I placed near the junk pile as a seat, and tried to lure him in. There was a cat toy I'd found while cleaning out the old wood pile; … Continue reading Bonus Critter: playing
More photos from earlier in July, when seeing Junk Pile Kitten was still a new thing - so I was pretty excited when Guildenstern and her baby came close to the house. I was able to grab the camera off the tripod and get a few shots of them playing together. 🙂
These photos were taken a few days after the ones taken in yesterday's critter of the day post. Little Keith had come back to the junk pile, though mom and sibling were nowhere to be seen. Why is he looking so sad? We hard started to leave bowls of food and water for the junk … Continue reading Critter of they Day: sad Keith
When doing my morning rounds, I used to get followed by at least Beep Beep and Butterscotch. Sometimes, other cats would come along, but it was usually those two in particular. That changed after they had their kittens. Butterscotch no longer even likes to be picked up anymore (I think it has become uncomfortable for … Continue reading Matched Set, and hot water woes
Talk about cuteness overload! So glad they all get along now!
These are from this morning, when I brought kibble to the bowls I brought back to the pump shack. Rosencrantz had already come out and looked to be heading for the house, but hung around when she saw me, then came to eat after I put food in the bowls. She comes to the house … Continue reading Critter of the Day: breakfast
This evening was both exciting and sad. The family that had come to look at the kittens a few days ago called back today. They had made a decision and asked if they could come by to pick up their new fur baby. Zesty Nacho Blast had to be awakened from a nap by his … Continue reading Good Bye, Little Guy!
A video my friend managed to get, of Rosenctrantz and her bitty baby.