We have a new Webmistress in the making

As any longtime reader knows, our Webmistress and Site Mascot, Nezumi, is now Eternal.  She passed from the mortal realm last year.  I am happy, however, to let you all know that we have a new Webmistress in the making – she was born on April 13th and she has already stolen my heart.  She is the product of my friend’s cat, a wily calico who managed to slip out while they were looking for a vet to spay her.

This little girl, and her black furred sibling, will come home to us when they are old enough.  Together with Shinji, they are likely to reign supreme for many years to come.

I’m pleased to share her very first picture.  In this image, she’s only 3 days old!   I had a dream about her before she was even born.    Somehow I just knew there would be a calico and a black kitten in this litter, and if there were, I would stop at nothing to adopt them.  Interestingly, there is a black marking on her left shoulder, just like the one Nezumi had, in the same spot.  So I’ve kept my promise.  My spouse and I are welcoming them into our home, just as soon as they are old enough to safely adopt.  I can’t wait to get to know her and her sibling!

calico

A note about naming:  My spouse and I are coming up with a list of names we like but ultimately our new kits are going to name themselves.  It always works best that way!

We’re going to be giving these kittens top quality care, as we have not always been able to do at times when we were poorer.  These little bundles of joy are going to be on a grain free, high protein, high nutrition diet, with a brand new humongous cat tree for them to scratch and play with climb on, a great vet, and lots of love.  Shinji of course will get lots of love and assistance with getting used to two young, energetic, furry menaces, but he likes other cats so I anticipate a fairly smooth transition.  I’ll also be sharing pictures as they grow and develop.  I think Nezumi and Orion would approve.

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