Who can resist a kitten — they are adorable, cuddly and so sweet!!!
Two cats may appear to be plenty for one family, but three is purr—fect !!
After my husband gave into the idea of another cat (he wasn't keen), my son and I went to the animal welfare society (RSPCA) and looked at all the very cute kittens that so desperately needed a home (and there were many to select from) and we found one that was just perfect.
We named her LILY.
Lily is gentle, laid-back, funny, cute, loves to play but very fond of sleeping in the sunshine and just right for our cat family. Ruby cat wasn't happy at first, but then she realised that she has a little sister who she can chase and be silly with (and boss about). They are now good pals. Charlie isn't happy, but we don't call her "grumpy cat" for nothing. As long as she doesn't find a kitten in her bed –life is ok—but don't expect to be friends ever, Charlie still doesn't like Ruby!!
Lily went to the vet the other day and I discovered that she isn't any sort of ordinary street cat—she is mostly Burmese, which explains her sweet-natural temperament. The vet and staff thought she was adorable and all wanted to give her a pat!!
|Pink really is my colour!!|
|My big sister is such fun and we will be best friends|