Witchflower's Cat Tales

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Rasputin's Love and Games

Rasputin, who is the male of our sealpoint Siamese cat twins (his butt is on the left in the window sill photo on this page), has been getting more and more affectionate and attention-demanding. He's very sweet. He has a special noise he makes when he wants attention. I call it singing because it's... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, April 28, 2006

The Language of Love

Last night, I was happily (I presume) sleeping, when I gradually awakened and became aware of a problem: Something was tapping on my face! I was confused for a short time; my husband was there next to me but he wasn't hitting me; I knew where my own hands were, and it was not on my face. Then I... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Cat Scratch Fever!

Well, sort of. Last week, as I approached my vehicle to drive to work, I felt an itch in an unmentionable spot. Let's just say, a spot I could sit on. Like, was it a zit or what? I couldn't tell. After getting into the Bravada, I promptly forgot about it. Until a couple of hours later. After working... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

People-1, Cat-0

Yup, we got Butterscotch into a crate this morning and off to the vet. He received his shots, a checkup, and a good report, and came home. He spent a little time sitting in the open in the bedroom, bathing and glaring at me. He couldn't resist sleeping next to me this morning and was easily plucked... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, November 21, 2005

One of Our Cats is Trying to Prove It

He's trying to prove that cats are smarter than people. We have four cats, a large orange tabby named Butterscotch (age 14), and three Siamese: The sealpoint twins, Rasputin and Tarot (just over 5 years old), and bluepoint Indigo (two weeks younger than the twins). Last Saturday was cat innoculation... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Cats are Better than People??

They're better than some people, anyway. Seriously, I would not put my cats or any cats above the people I love, but some other people need to learn as much sense of responsibility as some cats have. This morning, when my alarm went off, I hit the 10-minute snooze button, as usual. My husband came... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, April 4, 2005

Another North American Big Cat

Canadian Lynx A large, beautiful cat, well-adapted to snow and cold. Body Length(mm) - 900-1100 (2.95 to 3.61 feet ) Weight (kg) - 9-18 (male) (19.84 to 39.68 pounds) Litter Size - 2-4 average Life Span - 15 years Status - Least Concern L.c.canadensis - Canada and North US Another of the North... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, March 3, 2005

Puma, Cougar, Panther, or Mountain Lion?

Whatever you choose to call it, this is one big kitty. Body Length(mm) - 1100-2000 (43.30-78.75 inches) Weight (kg) - 30-85 (male) (66-187 lb.) Litter Size - 2-3 average Life Span - 10-15 years Status Florida - Endangered Status Rest - Least Concern I decided to feature cats grouped by their general... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, February 28, 2005

A Murder of Crows

I'm sneaking in a bird story here, something the cats might like to read. I read a news article today about the ravens and crows at the Tower of London. Legend is that if the six resident ravens leave, the Tower of London will fall and so will the monarchy. 17th century monarch Charles II decreed... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, January 10, 2005

A Tail of Two Kitties

Update on the stray cats: The flamepoint Siamese was adopted by my daughter. You can read about Moonstone at http://www.blogit.com/Blogs/Blog.aspx/A.Winters/214128. He is a very sweet cat, and I wish he were mine, but he has a happy, loving home. The other cat (I called her Query because of the... Sign in to see full entry.

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