May 22, 2012
Remember the six adorable new born kittens from March’s blog entry? They’re now 11-weeks old, socialized, weaned, healthy and ready for their “forever home”. Here are three of them…
Carmelo is very intelligent, curious and observant. He is sooo gentle and affectionate too. A real sweetheart!
Who said black cats were bad luck? Nah! Black is beautiful! Although a bit cautious around people, Amare is a darling. She can be quite funny too. And yes, she’s female.
Landry, or Lana, is a pretty girl and I think she knows it. Haha!
Would you like to give these three little kittens a “forever home”?
If so, please email me at email@example.com. Thanks!
March 31, 2012
Meet litter mates Jeremy, Carmelo, Landry, Shumpert, Chandler and Amare. They are about 4-weeks old today.
In a couple of weeks, after they’ve been properly socialized and weaned (around 10-12 weeks old), they’ll be up for adoption. Because kittens don’t do well alone, they’ll need to be adopted in pairs. But I’m sure they won’t mind being adopted all together as a whole team! Haha! Either way, they’ll need a family to love them and keep them safe, happy and healthy.
Remember, however, that adopting a pet is a lifelong commitment. So if you have it your heart to adopt these little ones, you’ll need to consider all the factors involved.
Begin by asking yourself the following questions:
Am I prepared to love my pet for life? Can I afford a pet — food, vaccinations, vet bills, spaying or neutering, grooming, housing? Will I have time to care for a pet — to train them, groom them and let them get enough exercise? Do I have enough space for a pet in my home? Are pets allowed in the place I live? In other words… will a pet fit into my lifestyle? And if not, am I willing to change my lifestyle for a pet?
If you answered “YES” to all the questions above and you’d like to give these adorable adoptables a forever home… Yay!!! God bless you! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 14, 2011
Ever since her rescue back in August (see post here), we’ve kept Alice indoors — immaculately clean, well-fed and safe from harm. (Well, minus the occasional rough-and-tumble play she and Edward engage in now and then. Haha!) I could tell though that Alice was growing very curious about the world outside, especially when she’d watch us take Edward out for his walks. Last week, I finally let her out to explore the great outdoors, a.k.a. our front porch.
See Alice’s face in the photo above? She absolutely loves that horsetail plant. It’s like catnip to her.
Curious kitty… pretty kitty… Alice!
To be continued…
August 12, 2011
Meet Alice, our rescue kitty. We found her last week abandoned on the side of the road. Legs still wobbly, eyes wide open but like all kittens still very blue, she must’ve been around 2 1/2 to 3 weeks old when we found her.
A cardboard box, some magazines and an old towel or t-shirt make a cozy crib. A lamp keeps her extra warm at night and after “bath”.
Alice took a while to get used to the bottle. But after a day or two she latched on like a pro. She’s liking her KMR formula too.
Tiny kitty tail and tiny kitty paws… love!!!
Goodnight little Alice. Oh… and welcome home.
June 30, 2011
I couldn’t let the month of June end without a sneak-peek of my session with Beige and Bloo. They’re just too cute!
Beige and Bloo are lovely doll-faced Persians. Because their long, luxurious coats need daily grooming, these cats only stay indoors. But since it was a bit overcast that day, I wasn’t very confident about the amount of natural light I could get inside the house. It was a good thing that Beige and Bloo’s beautiful human mommy, Cristina Ponce-Enrile (who remained behind-the-scenes in this set), was gracious and kind enough to let us take her furry babies out to the lanai for a little afternoon sunlight . We just had to make sure they didn’t touch the damp ground.
The young girl in these photos is Cristina’s charming 12-year-old granddaughter, Cristiana. Cristiana loves pets too! You’ll see some of her pets in future posts, but for now…
Meet adorable Beige!
So funny, furry and cute!!!
Persian cats are “purrr-fect” companions. They are super sweet and devoted to their humans. They are gentle and laid-back, they crave affection, and they love to be stroked and fussed over.
Meet gorgeous Bloo!
I love Bloo’s big, amazing eyes.
Persian cats are very smart, but they’re just not as curious and energetic as other breeds.
Quiet, gentle and easy-going, these cats get along well with people who are the same way towards them.
I must thank the Ponce-Enrile family for my wonderful session with Beige and Bloo… my first Persian cat session ever! Love!