update on my father's kitten, and another kitten story

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update on my father's kitten, and another kitten story

Post by Jane » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 02:49:12



Well, Dad still says that he wants to find a new home for Speedy, but I think that won't happen anytime soon.  He lives in the country where kittens are hardly rare.   His biggest objection is that the kitten is....well, a kitten, and keeps knocking things off tables and playing with them, and since my father is blind, he can't find the stuff that has now disappeared.  He's 83 and can't go crawling around looking for it, and my brother is a rarely home (aka Useless). I live 300 miles away.
I hope they come to an agreement soon.

Meanwhile, in another story, my friend Dianne had to put down her beloved tortie Punkin.  Punkin was very old and very sick, and it was time, but as you all well know, that doesn't help the pain in the least.  Dianne has been very sick and is finally on the mend, but now she's in the market for a new furbaby.  Anyone in the NYC area who knows where one can be found?  Dianne doesn't drive and doesn't get out much these days (note: she's been SICK), so someone close by would be very helpful.  If you know anyone, email me and I'll put y'all in touch.

When Dianne is feeling better, I'm going to try and get her to visit so she can get some serious Rita-cuddling.  That'll help.

Jane
- owned and operated by the Princess Rita

 
 
 

update on my father's kitten, and another kitten story

Post by Joy » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 03:27:38



Well, Dad still says that he wants to find a new home for Speedy, but I
think that won't happen anytime soon.  He lives in the country where kittens
are hardly rare.   His biggest objection is that the kitten is....well, a
kitten, and keeps knocking things off tables and playing with them, and
since my father is blind, he can't find the stuff that has now disappeared.
He's 83 and can't go crawling around looking for it, and my brother is a
rarely home (aka Useless). I live 300 miles away.
I hope they come to an agreement soon.

Meanwhile, in another story, my friend Dianne had to put down her beloved
tortie Punkin.  Punkin was very old and very sick, and it was time, but as
you all well know, that doesn't help the pain in the least.  Dianne has been
very sick and is finally on the mend, but now she's in the market for a new
furbaby.  Anyone in the NYC area who knows where one can be found?  Dianne
doesn't drive and doesn't get out much these days (note: she's been SICK),
so someone close by would be very helpful.  If you know anyone, email me and
I'll put y'all in touch.

When Dianne is feeling better, I'm going to try and get her to visit so she
can get some serious Rita-cuddling.  That'll help.

Jane
- owned and operated by the Princess Rita

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Purrs for Dianne's hurting heart, and for a complete recovery soon.

Joy

 
 
 

update on my father's kitten, and another kitten story

Post by jmcquow » Fri, 12 Apr 2013 21:09:48



Quote:
> Well, Dad still says that he wants to find a new home for Speedy, but I think that won't happen anytime soon.  He lives in the country where kittens are hardly rare.   His biggest objection is that the kitten is....well, a kitten, and keeps knocking things off tables and playing with them, and since my father is blind, he can't find the stuff that has now disappeared.  He's 83 and can't go crawling around looking for it, and my brother is a rarely home (aka Useless). I live 300 miles away.
> I hope they come to an agreement soon.

> Meanwhile, in another story, my friend Dianne had to put down her beloved tortie Punkin.  Punkin was very old and very sick, and it was time, but as you all well know, that doesn't help the pain in the least.  Dianne has been very sick and is finally on the mend, but now she's in the market for a new furbaby.  Anyone in the NYC area who knows where one can be found?  Dianne doesn't drive and doesn't get out much these days (note: she's been SICK), so someone close by would be very helpful.  If you know anyone, email me and I'll put y'all in touch.

> When Dianne is feeling better, I'm going to try and get her to visit so she can get some serious Rita-cuddling.  That'll help.

> Jane
> - owned and operated by the Princess Rita

I hope things work out with your dad and Speedy.  I don't know from
experience but I'm sure a kitten would wear me out and I'm only 52 and
I'm not blind.

I'm very sorry about your friend losing Punkin.  Condolences.

Many purrs for all concerned.

Jill <---sending scritches to Rita

 
 
 

update on my father's kitten, and another kitten story

Post by Chery » Sat, 13 Apr 2013 08:47:07



Quote:
> Well, Dad still says that he wants to find a new home for Speedy, but
> I think that won't happen anytime soon.  He lives in the country
> where kittens are hardly rare.   His biggest objection is that the
> kitten is....well, a kitten, and keeps knocking things off tables and
> playing with them, and since my father is blind, he can't find the
> stuff that has now disappeared.  He's 83 and can't go crawling around
> looking for it, and my brother is a rarely home (aka Useless). I live
> 300 miles away. I hope they come to an agreement soon.

> Meanwhile, in another story, my friend Dianne had to put down her
> beloved tortie Punkin.  Punkin was very old and very sick, and it was
> time, but as you all well know, that doesn't help the pain in the
> least.  Dianne has been very sick and is finally on the mend, but now
> she's in the market for a new furbaby.  Anyone in the NYC area who
> knows where one can be found?  Dianne doesn't drive and doesn't get
> out much these days (note: she's been SICK), so someone close by
> would be very helpful.  If you know anyone, email me and I'll put
> y'all in touch.

> When Dianne is feeling better, I'm going to try and get her to visit
> so she can get some serious Rita-cuddling.  That'll help.

> Jane - owned and operated by the Princess Rita

Purrs for Dianne's broken heart. I think a cuddle will be just what she
needs.

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