arlene martin

They Deserve Gold Medals

What do we do now?
I miss her..

These are the other girls. Riley and Lizzy. They have been low key today. I do wonder what they are thinking. Lizzy is Ally’s sister and Riley was abandoned as a little ball of fluff. Her sibling had been run over. The kind thoughts in response to what I posted yesterday, are much appreciated. Thank you! WordPress has some pretty great people, not only talented, but with heart. As I pondered today, my thoughts led me to an incredible couple, I have come to know through blogging. I have read story after story of prairie life. For them prairie living over the years has involved, caring for many cats. Many of them have been homeless and unfortunately some left on purpose, to leave the responsibility to someone else. These compassionate, good hearted and hardworking couple deserve an award for their goodness. Gold medals would be great, but the truth is that they have hearts of gold. Please visit Arlene Martin. Surprise her, and tell her how much a certain blogger, was bragging about her, and her hubby too.


She Ruled the Roost

This girl, such a smart savvy feline that occupied our home and hearts since 2009.

She and her crew often wandered over to our home.

I recognized leadership skills in her, when she was very young. I don’t think that I can express all that she meant to me, to us at this time. What I can say, is that she was smart as a whip, entertaining and curious. She was playful and she was very quick to train us on her preferences. Out of the four cats that we had, she was the social butterfly and didn’t run and hide when we had company.

A little snow, no problem.

Where have you been young lady?

Dear Ally, thank you for filling our lives with your charm and often making us laugh, at your shenanigans. We will be lost for awhile, until we get our bearings. You will always be missed, but I am thankful, for all the many memories, we have to hold in our hearts.