Friday, August 04, 2006

Update

Just a short update because I have been editing all day and my hands are aching. I am working on a fund raising dvd for our shelter.

The kids spent all day resting peacefully in their kitten room and are still feeling sleepy. Brendan gave both of them lots of kisses and assured Miss R that she is still the girl of his heart, so she is not as upset about her shaved belly. Last night they were so excited and happy to be home they were a bit too bouncy but then they calmed down and slept all night in our room under their favorite foot stool covered with fleece. During part of the night they were both on top of me as usual.

This morning Ramona said she would like to rest in the guest room, their baby room. So I put the favorite foot stool in there and closed the door and that was that. They are not ready to come out yet but that is fine.

Bucky has been blogging about the kitten shower we are having Saturday for Fancy and about 40 other kittens. It's the season!

8 comments:

Edsel/The Pooch said...

it's good to be home in the loving arms of your family. that makes even shaved tummies okay.

Derby said...

Glad the little ones are OK after there big day.

Patches & Mittens said...

Oh good, a happy ending!!

Patches Lady

The Meezers said...

we are glad they're bof feeling ok after their surgeries. brendan is a good kitty daddy

Hot(M)BC said...

Goody :) We's furry glad they're ok an got that all ofur wif. Tell Miss Ramona it's ok cuz her shaved belly will grow all its fur back. Mine did! See? Boni n Mini n Gree's all did too. So no worryin bout that, Miss Ramona!
~~ Sanjee

Finnegan & Buddy said...

Hey, what happend to owr messij from the other day? Anyway, how are the babies doing?

Finny & Buddy

Fat Eric said...

I'm back from my holidays! I am glad the little ones came through their surgery OK. Good to see how concerned Brendan was for them, I am sure he is looking after them well. I see Arthur is still at the rescue place looking for a home...that is sad.

The Meezers said...

how are the little ones?