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Patches

04 Apr

Some of you are aware that we recently adopted a kitten named Patches.  She is a tortoiseshell-and-white (or calico) cat.  After a few days of transition, she has settled into our family.  She is quite active, which has been an adjustment for us since we also have two 14 year-old male cats.  One of the older cats willingly tolerates Patches while the other is still adjusting to his new sister.

Patches’ primary care provider is Isabella.  The two have formed quite a bond.  When she is not romping around, Patches will snuggle with Isabella on the couch or in Isabella’s bed.  Patches also likes to roam outside, which is fine because she will be a “working” cat, hopefully earning her keep by helping to control our rodent population!

Isaac is doing much better and was able to go outside to enjoy the warm weather this afternoon.  Thank you for your prayers and concern.

 
2 Comments

Posted by on April 4, 2011 in Family Updates

 

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2 responses to “Patches

  1. Betty Martin

    April 5, 2011 at 4:07 PM

    How sweet, I am all about giving a kitty a home. How did you come about adopting her, was she a stray, one of a little or else where. I love my five, and am very thankful to have them, and I know they apreciate having a home also.

     
    • ephesians516

      April 6, 2011 at 6:54 AM

      We actually found her through a classified listing through the Harrisburg Area Homeschoolers Association (HAHA) Website. A nice family was offering her at just the time we wanted to find an indoor/outdoor cat. We enjoy our kitties as well. Wow – you have five now?

       

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