Wednesday, 10 December 2008
Tuesday, 9 December 2008
In April this year I got run over and spent a week in the vets (St.James). My leg was fractured in 4 places and my pelvis was broken. The wonderful vets gave me a chance and pinned my leg (so i'm a bionic cat now, with a metal pin in my leg!!) and i am now back chasing my brother and anything that moves! I live a life of luxury, sleep, play and eat..........and have loads of attention from my family!
My family are great and spoil me with prawns and salmon on special occasions (wish that was everyday!!!) I sometimes allow my brother some!
I just want to say Thank you for everything you all done for me. If it wasn't for the dedication of everyone i met, i wouldn't be living a loving, happy life.
P.s Merry Christmas to everyone at the centre
Monday, 10 November 2008
We've been meaning to e mail you for ages to let you know how Carling and Ellie May are getting on (we adopted them in March). Both are absolutely fine and loving lots of attention. We recently discovered that Carling loves to sleep on carrier bags so we have now got one in nearly every room. Ellie May was a little bit nervous at first but within a couple of days she was jumping up on our laps for a cuddle and a snooze. They are very loving towards each other and as you can tell in one of the pictures Carling loves to give Ellie a wash nearly every day (although this usually descends into a play fight!!). I have taught them how to take turns when they are given a little treat (they love ham) and they sit and wait until its their turn before jumping up to get it. Also they eat together as Carling isn't eating all of Ellie's food (we were told to watch out for this when we had them).
Hope you like the pictures (sorry it's taken a while)
James and Katherine
I'm Stacey from Swansea
And I have adopted two of your cats Bert and Ernie witch have been renamed Jasper and cookie. We have only had them a day and already they have taken to our house. They have been playing all day and have lots of room to play in. Our other cat molly seems to be adapting to them slowly but apart from that they are all well. I shall send you some pics soon.
Friday, 31 October 2008
Anyway, thanks again!
Thank you kindly and God bless,
Sunday, 19 October 2008
Wednesday, 1 October 2008
Dusty contacts Llys Nini again.
Delyth contacted my new owner, as she knew my blog had somehow got lost and all my lovely
Carers were wondering how I was settling down in my new home.
Here I am still not quite sure what whether I can tame this folks to me way thinking.
We are now at about to start the month of October, and I could not be happier. Remember the fine weather we have just had, just look at me in the garden.
Wednesday, 3 September 2008
Thursday, 21 August 2008
We thought we'd just drop you a line to let you know how Charlie is getting on with us here in Cardiff. We adopted him on 15 February 2008. He is SUCH a character - one minute he is going mad and wide-eyed, chasing moths in the garden, and the next thing he is giving us kisses and cuddles and rolling over so we can tickle his tummy!
He is a big cat and absolutely adores his food, and enjoys sitting on the kitchen stool watching us prepare our own food!
love from Lauren and Dan (and Charlie and Neville)
Tuesday, 22 July 2008
Monday, 23 June 2008
Wednesday, 4 June 2008
Thursday, 15 May 2008
Just an update on Satsumo (formerly Tom). We fell in love with him the moment we saw him and knew he was the kitten we wanted to bring home. He has been great fun ever since he arrived and has become very confident and sociable, making lots of friends whilst settling in. He loves to play in the garden but doesn't stray too far before coming home for a cuddle and a snooze! We have been having great fun playing with sticks in the lovely weather! We cannot imagine our house without Sumo know. He is a fantastic addition to our little family. All the best.
Friday, 14 March 2008
My new owners now call me Jazzy. I love my new home. I have lots of places to hide. It's funny watching my owners run around the house panicking, trying to find me! I also sneak outside when I shouldn't. It's so strange out there; I don't like to stay out for long. I prefer to stay in my nice warm house.
I am very attached to my mum. She's at home nearly all day long, so I never get lonely or bored. I have lots of toys. I even have my own little cardboard house, which I love to play in.
There's also another cat here called Tabs. She doesn't like me though. Every time I go near her, she hisses, but all I want to do is play.
Thank you to those who looked after me at Llys Nini and thanks for reading my story.
Love Jazzy xXx
Friday, 7 March 2008
Both have been a real asset to our home. Loki in particular has taken a real shine to Jools, my son, who is two and a half, and often seems to prefer sitting with him than me!!!! Jools is made up by this! So thank you for both of them!
Thursday, 21 February 2008
Hello to all, especially at the cattery!
Milly and Molly have now been with me for two months and I thought you would like to see some pictures of them at home. They have settled in beautifully and you would think that they had never been anywhere else. The house belongs to them, of course, and they have now started exploring the garden, which they love.
I am absolutely delighted to have them with me. They are both very affectionate and gentle in their natures, although full of beans, galloping around the house and garden like a pair of demented ponies! They never hiss or growl and like lots of cuddles and petting-sometimes both at once on my lap. I have been able to train them to accept their grooming and they get better at this each time, especially Molly with her long hair. They are lovely together and like to lie in the same bed. They dominate my life and the house routine revolves around them (of course).
I wish you all the best in your good work.
Thursday, 14 February 2008
Monday, 11 February 2008
My husband and I adopted Spike on 22nd November, 2006. He's very special to us because our old cat, Jasmine, died on 9th November, three days after being shot by an air rifle. She had a beautiful temperament and we never thought we would get over her sad death, but Spike has filled that void.
He is a real character. He's playful and great company. We never had Jas as a kitten, so we missed out on her early years, as she adopted us.
I watch Spike looking at himself in the mirror wardrobes. He stands up on his hind legs and places his paws against the doors, trying to touch what he thinks is another cat. He's so inquisitive; he goes in the bathroom after we have showered, trying to catch the drips of water with his paws on the outside of the cubicle. He does the same at our glass back door. Also, he loves looking at the books in our book-case (see picture at the top)
He's absolutely adorable and we can't thank Llys Nini enough for enabling us to adopt him. Many thanks to all the dedicated team at Llys Nini.
Saturday, 2 February 2008
Hi, my name is Cosmic and I spent three weeks in Llys Nini before I moved into my new home at the beginning of January. It didn't take long to become the boss of the house. In just four weeks, I have managed to get my new mum and dad running around after me. I say 'Jump,' they say 'How high?'
"This new bed is fab, but I like to have a good old stretch. It's easy enough to reverse back in!"
My new house is lovely; lots of dark places to curl up and snooze in peace. In fact, it's definitely a cats' life here. My favourite hobby is getting on the laptop and finding out how all my friends at Llys Nini are (as you can see from the picture below).
My mum and dad are great and leave me in peace, but are always there when I want a cuddle (on my terms). I am looking forward to being allowed into the garden in the next few weeks, but I don't think I'll stroll too far, as life is far too comfy for me here!
I would like to thank everyone at Llys Nini for looking after me during my stay. You did a sterling job in finding me the perfect home!