KLAWS (still 5 or 6 to come from RAWR) we have six more arrivals, though Tank will be staying with me as he’s decide the UK isn’t for him, so only five for the journey.
Firstly, we have the doralicious Donald and Bubbles (their brother, Tank, is included in the pics but won’t be going over). Bubbles, a white and grey female, and her black and white brother, Donald, were taken in by KLAWS when their mother was killed by a dog. The family were timid at first but, with handling, they’ve turned into the friendlist wee things imaginable. They’re still a wee bit skinny, but will put weight on in no time and are just the most adorable pair, a welcome addition to any family.
Next we have brothers Milhouse and Bart. Tabby and white shy but most beautimous boys, around eight months old. I could only get a decent pic of one of them – too much movement yet again – but they’re the spit of each other, in reverse – and by that I mean they’re the mirror image of each other, one having more white on his left, and the other on his right. They’re a bit flummoxed by their change in circumstances, but are looking forward to settling in the UK – and learning the language. They get on well with dogs and cats, as well as humans. They’d love to be homed together, never having been parted.
Lastly we have Allie. She’s a delicious silky black girl, friendly but a wee bit shy. Around 3 or 4 years old, she was handed in by the person that was feeding her who was moving away. Poor Allie! Her kittens were homed in Ireland and she’s been spayed and fully vaccinated. She’s looking after the younger kittens while they’re at mine and during the journey, bless her.
From the family’s fosterer, Lisa, we’ve some lurvly photos of Bubbles, Donald and Tank …
And my own attempts at everyone …