Monday, July 30, 2007
A short clip of Twinkle and friends at Phyllis' cattery, thanks to Vegancat.
Background meowing provided by a newbie kitty who was crying out for its mommy :~(
Saturday, July 28, 2007
Friday, July 27, 2007
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Come on down to Phyllis' cattery this weekend!
There's an adoption drive plus mini bazaar where you can buy Phyllis' delectable pineapple tarts!
And you can see for yourself how lovely the cats are, including Twinkle.
Video & pix courtesy of Vegancat.
Twinkle playing possum at the cattery.
Monday, July 23, 2007
Thank goodness Kootie's injured leg got better today! The swelling at the left joint went down, and he was almost walking normally.
The adopter came to bring him home this evening, and tomorrow morning, he will be presented to his "owner", a lovely seven-year-old girl whom I am sure will love and cherish him!
All the best dear Kootie!
I don't know why, but I miss the little fella :(
Saturday, July 21, 2007
A potential adopter came to view Kootie this morning, and just 10 minutes after she was gone, our dear Kootie sprained his knee =_= Nobody saw what happened, we only discovered that he was injured when we noticed him limping.
We decided to bring Kootie to the vet. Vet said his left knee was slightly swollen and gave him an anti-inflammatory jab and some joint supplements. The vet said this injury is common in hyperactive cats. Kootie does jump around the house like a crazed bunny.
The adopter wants to bring Kootie home on Monday, but we'll have to monitor his condition first before deciding if Kootie needs more time to recuperate at foster home.
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Monday, July 16, 2007
Kootie's adoption notice is up on the Cat Welfare Society Adoption Bulletin today.
Here's a clearer pix of him being held by Papa Porky.
To interested adopters: please email me at kootoomonster at hotmail dot com. For your own privacy, please do not leave your mobile number at the comments section.
Sunday, July 15, 2007
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Kootie, a Kootoo clone, is available for adoption.
The two-month old tabby boy is being fostered by my sister. The playful rascal has adapted to the multi-cat environment very well, and is especially close to Brownie Tortie. He was found by my brother at the void deck.
Friday, July 13, 2007
Monday, July 09, 2007
"The hardest part of anything in life is thinking about it." ~ Ajahn Brahm, Opening The Door of Your Heart, 2004
Twinkle: Haiyah, these beings called humans ah, they think too much!!! (Photo courtesy of Vegancat)
It wasn't a very positive start to the week.
I know it wasn't really my business, but I couldn't help but feel for my good friend and her younger brother, who was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia at the prime of his life. He started an intensive seven-day course of chemotherapy today. I cannot imagine what it is like to have a cocktail of powerful drugs injected into your body day after day, feeling the drugs nibbling away at the misbehaving leukaemia cells and the good ones as well.
I know it hurts. I have seen my mom at her fortnightly chemo session for nasopharyngeal cancer treatment. I remember vividly how she grimaced in obvious discomfort as the killer drugs cruised into her bloodstream. The pain that tingles through her vein via the IV drip spreads from nerve to nerve, synapse to synapse, all over her wretched body. And there was nothing I could do, except to watch helplessly, and curse the damn cancer cells which refused to go away after a full course of radiation. The treatment left my mom zapped, both in spirits and in physical health. She has been in remission for the past two years, and we are hoping for the best.
I hope the young man will take to the treatment well, and emerge stronger.