Holly and Izzy 2 and 3 years old. Parents are Patches and Ely. These 2 big beautiful girls were exceptionally well taken care of. One member of the household had allergies. Both girls were rehomed together to IL in 2018
I thought it is about time that I send you guys some pictures of our girls, Izzy and Holly.
They both are doing fine and are loved a lot.
Hildee, Big red tabby/white daughter of Patches and Ely. 3 yrs old now, born in 2016. Owner says"I love this cat to the Moon"
Floki lives in same home as Hildee. Owner says "This boy is a Love"
Hi Joyce! Dec 26, 2018 at 8:12
It has been a couple of years; however, I thought you'd like to see what beautiful cats are boys have become.
Born in October of 2010 (Corros Adrian/Dance Olena), they were the only reds in the litter. Our beautiful boys, Odin (left) and Thor (right), are absolutely the best furry family members we have ever had. Odin weighs in at about 21 lbs. and Thor is about 17 lbs. Both are in good health . . . although, Odin has diabetes. It is controlled with two shots of insulin/day and a vet recommended "high protein" dry food.
Odin is calm and laid back, preferring to lay in front of the fireplace or stretching his long body in the sunlight. Thor is typically on the move and wants to know everything that is going on. Odin is always by us; however, Thor is always on us (yep, he's a lap cat).
Thanks again, for driving the distance that cold February/March day in 2011 to bring us our boys. We absolutely love them.
A Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!
Hi Joyce- Dec 12, 2018 at 10:56 AM
Two years ago you met us around Christmas in Madison, WI to sell us a beautiful tortoise Norwegian Forest kitten.We are so in love with her. We named her Chloe. Its two years later now and she is still SUCH a kitten.Into everything, and the bane of her “brother’s” existence. (He is an old Maine Coon namedOliver). There is not a day that goes by that we do not laugh about some new antic of hers. We sometimes refer to her as our Norwegian Mole kitten because she dives under everything – rugs, blankets, the carpet, etc. and then attacks. I wanted to thank you again for giving us the opportunity to raise her.
She is healthy, happy and bright-eyed. I’ve attached a couple pictures to this post. Her tail is ENORMOUS