And what of the kittens?

The kittens went to stay at CS-Anne‘s place for two weeks while my male parent was unable to look after them in the manner to which they had become accustomed. CS-Anne was going to decide whether she wanted to adopt any of them. Dad’s work dragged on for another four or five days after the initial fortnight and CS-Anne was untroubled. The kittens have their own bedroom, the only thing they’ve knocked over was an antique clock which then started working for the first time in 19 years, and they have their food warmed up for them.

Someone gave each of the kittens a catnip mouse, which they run riot with, throwing them up in the air and catching them again. They have begun sleeping on CS-Anne‘s bed. Finally, after hearing no news, I called CS-Anne last Monday night – she’s keeping ALL OF THEM!! Shock and awe! When they were in our care, they were referred to as Furry, Feral and No-Personality. They have now become Frederick, Lily and Fleur. Ha! I have been promised visiting rights and photographs. It all ended well!


Goodbye Baxter, Hello Cranbourne


Sunday Rainstorming


  1. Ren


    I am so glad those little babies got a good deal. 🙂

  2. Rae

    That is such a nice ending! And brilliant names for the 3. When I was a kid, we had adopted kittens, who went to homes, but while in our care, they were Penelope, Prudence and Jedi. Yep, was 1983 and the year of Return of the Jedi in the cinemas!

  3. Oh excellent! (sad face – would have liked the fluffly one – need a real house). 🙂

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