Most of these cats are rescued ferals from the groups living in my yard or the neighborhood block. Some live with us inside - the elderly ones who need more attention and medication. The rest have their own house with a screen porch for warm weather (we cover it with plastic in cold seasons) and a nice snuggly indoor area for winter.There are 19 of us cats so scroll down to make sure you meet them all. We have black cats, black tortoiseshell, gray tabbies, brown tabbies, tuxedo blue, and all white cats! Some are more tame than others but they all have a safe forever home with us.
Hey ya'll! It's me Darby today to fill you in on the happenings here at Wildcat Woods. I have the most important job in the house - snoopervising the computer activities. My spot is on the chair in front of the computer. Whoever sits in it, gets me next to them. If I think they have spent way too much time on the 'puter, I put my paw on their arm and tell them it is time for me! I have to check out everything that goes on the blog and all 'puter activities. Wish I could figure out how to do it myself and then I could have even more fun!
We have a special day coming up later this week - Joey's Gotcha Day! He was gotted on Thanksgiving and we celebrate it on that day every year. He was diagnosed with skin cancer and chronic renal failure a couple of months ago so he is getting lots of extra attention these days and he loves it. I will let him say more on Thursday so do come back - we are throwing a BIG party!
Since Joey's treatment is ongoing plus other issues with Chica and Yoko, Mom has decided to set up her own holiday auction to raise more green papers. See our sale blog on the sidebar or in the pages. Lots of fun stuff.
On a very sad note our friend Huffle from Huffle Mawson, Explorer Cat ran off to the Bridge suddenly today of liver failure while his folks were away. They have not posted to the blog yet but you can stop by to leave comforting words. Sweet dreams Huffle and we will see you again one day soon.
He was Joey and Minnie's litter mate. He developed cancer while still living outdoors so I brought him inside and cared for him until he passed away in 2006. He loved all the attention he got. He was a very shy boy but handsome.