I always wished that Maddie and Ivy had liked each other a bit more. They did alright with each other (after the lengthy opening negotiations)(which consisted of growls, swats and other violence) most of the time. Especially if there was some physical space between them.
I am always amazed when I see blogs that show me multiple cats getting along. Even <gasp> liking each other! One such haven of peace and felinity is Colehaus Cats. Nice place, wonderful photography and incredibly lovely cats. Viola just showed me an awesome piece of improvised architecture which I shall have to replicate when there are once again cats at ChezRanger. And let us hope that the recent peaceful moment between Zuzu and Ruby will last. Maddie and Ivy never got to the touching noses stage, so don't look to them to be good examples for rapprochement.
If you want a veritable hive of activity, head over to Tomcat Commentary and meet Timmy Tomcat and all of his housemates. Queen Fitz, Toby and Rumpy Bump Stumpnots will amaze you with their prowess (Rumpy seems to be a master of nap-fu).
One of the magical things about the internet, and cat-blogging in particular, is that I get to meet folks from around the world. My friend Fiona (who seems to have, alas, stopped blogging) resides in Singapore. It seems we can cover the other side of the globe with the Swiss Cats! Claire runs a beautiful and informative blog. Of course, with two lovelies like Pixie and Zorro how could it be anything except beautiful? Claire also donates to rescue organizations! Just be careful, and Don't Disturb the cute!
If Maddie and Ivy were in that bag....The only things that would have come out would be...parts... See my above comments about seeing cats who get along...
I'm sure you all know that both our cats were rescues. Maddie was adopted from one of our local rescue organizations, appropriately named AARF. Consequently I have a soft spot in my heart for the organizations, the people who staff them and the animals that go though on their way to forever homes. Maggie from Shelter Cats visited and left her kind condolences. Even if you're not in the market for a (or another) feline companion you should visit this blog. GREAT pics and really beautiful cats. Darla is a complete flirt but so far my faves are Meeny, Miny and Moe. WHAT CUTIES! Kitten #1 (whichever one he is) is so completely striking it takes my breath away. Really. Those eyes...
That'll do for this week. Thanks!