My name is Lady Caer Morganna and I have been a Solitary Wiccan Priestess for 18 years now. I am a lover of cats and magick! I have 5 precious fur babies who are my whole world ~ my cats Midnight, Kiki, Haley, Leo and Tabitha. This blog is dedicated to cats everywhere and their loving families!
Just a quick update on the newest member of our family. Hubby and I took Tabitha (Tabby) to our vet last night and she has a clean bill of health. The vet told us that she is definitely spayed and it looks as though she was the recipient of the "catch and release" program which is something that many animal organizations such as The Humane Society, ASPCA among others have adopted. This is when they trap a stray animal (cat or dog), spay or neuter them in order to keep the population of unwanted animals down then release them back outside. One of the things they also do, so that they know which strays they have already caught, is clip the tip of the animals left ear. Tabby has such a mark. Our vet also said that she is no more than one year old, if that. The funny thing about her is that she was purring so loudly that the vet had a very hard time hearing her heartbeat while she was examining her! I must say, we have never had a cat THAT people friendly before! She is a little lovely and when we brought her back from her check-up, we moved the holding cage upstairs into the cat's room (our spare bedroom) since her FeLuk test came back negative. The idea was to get her adjusted to the other cats until we can get her back into the vet to get her fronts-only declawed. *SIGH* Well, so far she isn't likin' that too much and, much like any baby, she cries constantly because she so wants to be with us. Unfortunately, the other cats litter box is also in that same room because there is, quite honestly, no other place to put it in our small house and so the problem now is that our other cats are either too afraid to go in that room to use their box or they simply refuse? In any case, we must now figure out what to do with her until we can get her acclimated to the other cats and vice-versa. My main concern now is our other furr babies!