Thursday, 21 November 2019

Mainly Whoopi and Florin

Most of those that read my blog will be aware of Whoopi's accident when she was just 15 weeks old, she suffered a sub luxation of the spine and massive brain haemorrhage which left a large clot on her brain. Quite simply she should have died at the time of the accident, but not only did she survive, with fantastic veterinary treatment and round the clock nursing and physio from myself, she has made a close to full recovery and now lives her life to the full making the most of everything. She celebrated her 1st birthday last week so here are a few recent pics and video clips of her.

The kittens will start to leave us in about 10 days time, going to be very odd having no babies in the house, but I get a lot of pleasure knowing the joy they bring to their new families. 

Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Application Forms

I have just realised that completed puppy/kitten application messages have been going to my spam account. I have now been through this folder and responded to all those that I have found, please accept my apologies if you have been waiting for a response. I have also responded to a form for a puppy from an interested party in West London but my email reply has bounced back, so please contact me if you have been expecting a response and not received one.
I would like to say it is a little quieter here, now that Bernards kittens have flown the nest, but Beetles 4 are taking up the challenge of running amok through the house. It is going to seem very dull here once they all fly the nest in Dec. We will be having more kittens next year, probably sometime in late spring.

Dry walks have become something of a rarity, but we have had the odd bright day (even though the ground is sodden) and have managed to squeeze a nice couple of beach walks in. The body of water in these pictures is actually flooding, but the dogs didn't seem to mind. It's been odd not having a litter of puppies this year, so I am really looking forward to Florin hopefully having a litter in the 1st half of next year.

Thursday, 3 October 2019

Beetles kittens are now up and taking an interest in their surroundings, all 4 are very confident and keen to explore, which made photos not as easy as I predicted :) The chocolate and the chocolate tabby boys are currently available.

Bernards kittens will be having their 2nd vaccinations and microchips on Monday and will be leaving for pastures new in the following week. They have been a great litter, problem free and full of fun. 

The dogs have not been neglected, we have had some lovely beach walks alongside their regular walks. We are looking forward to a quiet winter with no babies and then hopefully some puppies in the spring, which are eagerly awaited after more than a year since the last pups.