On 31 Aug, 14:18, "saxrocco via CatKB.com" <[email protected]
> I have just got 3 new additions to our family so we now have 4 cats in our
> house and it is fabulous. I love going home to them.
> click on this link to see some photos the top few are of them...porcha,
> charlie and chesterhttp://s204.photobucket.com/albums/bb38/saxrocco/
> I did post a thread called 'counting down to our new arrivals' but no-one has
> posted anything :-(
> I can honestly say that our four get on quite well, Charlie and Chester are
> brothers, Porcha is the only female (bit like me) and Rover is our previous
> cat who is taking the new cats better than we thought.
> They just sniff each other they sometimes do hiss, but it is like they have
> all always been with us!!!
> Last night well early hours friday morning 1:45am Charlie came on our bed for
> his belly rubbing (so cute) then Porcha laid at the bottom of the bed and
> then Chester got on - would have made a great photo!!!
> Rover was the only one not on the bed :-( They did not stay on all night,
> but they are making themselves at home.
> Almost time to go back home to them - can't wait.
> Hope you all like the pics.
> Have a good weekend.
> Clare :-)
> bookie wrote:
> >> Mr. Bonkers is an indoor cat but he has access to a screened in patio where
> >> he watches the world go by. Occasionally a stray cat will wander through and
> >[quoted text clipped - 6 lines]
> >> YEt there are at least 4 other cats he is buddy buddys with
> >jessie hates every single other cat in the entire world, even ones she
> >has loved with for several months now (terri), not a lot I can do
> >about it and they just choose to inhabit different parts of the house
> >and keep their distance from each other.
> >at least yours likes 4 other cats, that's a start.
> >and NO cat is evil, they are just annoyed that they have to share
> >their living space with these dreadful subordinate creatures known as
> >'humans'. Occasionally they can get the 'humans' to act as slaves to
> >them and do their bidding but often the standard of service they have
> >to put up with from these humans slaves is pitiful and they can be
> >very slow to train in even the most basic of duties such as 'open the
> >door' 'bring me my dinner' 'get me plate of tuna' etc etc. There are
> >times when the human slaves need to be admonished for beign so slow
> >and they do need to be reminded of their place in cat society (right
> >at the bottom) with the occassional swipe of a claw or similar.
> >you just have to know your place and stay there, that's all
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sorry i didn't see that topic, but just looked at the [hotos and
theyare such a bunch of cuties! I love the one of charlie stretched
out onthe stairs, white fluffy tum-tum exposed so you HAVE to stroke
it if you are going to go upstairs.
it is so lovely when they are relaxed enough enough to stretch out
like that, jessie does it al ot across doorways, maybe she is
practising for a job as a draught excluder one day.
rover is very handsome, is he greytabby or something? the pic of him
and donny as kittens are so lovely, snuggled up together on the sofa,
just gorgeous. I don't know how you can ever tear yourself away from
them, they are so cute.
where did the new 3 come from? what is their background? they seem
pretty laid back together, did they live together beforehand?
going to look at rest of photos now, bookie