Beginners Catblog Message

Hello to all,
Please bear with us while we learn the ropes of Cat Blogging. My paws are rather awkward since The Lady needs to trim my claws (as if I would let her). We need all of you to help us figure out how to fix up our blog house. Where is the tuna? And...the litter box? We will be bringing on board some more handsome photos of me and a few snaps of my siblings (just little ones) as we are able to get The Lady or My Bestfriend to help us. I guess this is all for now because the heater just came on and I want to go fluff my furs. Purry Happy to meet you! Frankie

Saturday, March 26, 2011

My Rough Start

Hi, I am back!  It takes some time to get The Lady to pay attention to my creative urges or I would have been with you sooner.   I want to tell you all more about how I came to be the lucky guy I am today.   I had a rough start; only kitten of a teenage feral mother, living in a horse trailer, nursing a dry teat....good thing I don't remember but I have heard the stories...

....I was  born in Sandpoint Idaho, the only kitten of a Calico cutie.  She was a wild one (that is why I tend to be a bit of a's in my genes).  The story goes that My Best Friend found me and my mom.  It was love at first sight and she decided to save my life...right then and there.  She cuddled me up and took me to a vet.  Then she bought a nice satchel and I took my first and only plane ride home with her to California.  I really like that girl and she smells good and she is soft.  THEN, unbeknownst to me, the plan was for me to go live with her Grammy, The Lady.  The Lady's cat, Jack, had just passed suddenly from a cardiac arrest.  My Best Friend new that somebody as amazing as me would surely heal her Grammy's broken heart.

You can see above the picture of when The Lady and I met. She adored me, of course.  But soon after, we went through a rough patch because I got Montezuma's Revenge from weaning and traveling and what not.  NEVER have I had such a sore patookie as then!   But The Lady gave me a sitz bath and applied a soothing balm...(excuse me, is this too personal?) and I recovered quickly.  I did not miss my mother or the horse trailor and have lived an interesting and fulfilling life since then.  Here is a picture of me flying the friendly skies.


  1. What a wonderful and touching story of rescue! We're so glad you found your way to The Lady and have a wonderful forever home. :-)

    -Fuzzy Tales

  2. Frankie, you were so brave to come all that way on the plane. No wonder it upset your tum, happens to the best of us! You've landed in a cushy spot now with The Lady. Looking forward to more pictures of your life!



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