|(Baby) Luna eventually ate these fish.|
However, as I mentioned in an older Surviving-20something blog there are different kinds of cat-ladies and I will not be the type you find three days after I've died being consumed by my 30 feral beasts.
It started off, as it always does, with just one. My sweet (fat) momma cat Luna. We found her in our neighbors yard. Let's just say we "rescued" her from a life of fleas and kitten-producing. She was "supposed to be my mom's cat" but like all animals they choose their owners. She is a lover though and will cuddle anyone who let's her. At the end of the day though, she's my Luna-Lu.
|This is Asha just before I got her|
Then there is Asha (which means "a great desire" in Hindi), my longhair calico ragamuffin. I adopted her from a family (off Craigslist) when I was living in San Diego. I had Luna, but she was used to having other cats to play with. So I thought I'd get a companion for her. Really!! My family never believes me when I say this. Haha.
|Sable was just a little peanut when I |
first brought her home.
Six months (or so) after I got Asha, at our annual Yule party, a friend of mine started showing me pictures of the three part-Siamese kittens her cats just had....and asking "didn't I want one". They were soooo adorable. But I resisted....until just after New Years when I called her and told her I wanted the little girl. That is how my Sable came into my life.
So there you have it. Three cats. I may be a cat lady. And I may be a little crazy. But just watch who you're calling a "crazy cat lady"
|Luna - all grown up. Look at those big bright eyes.|
|Asha is a Momma's Girl but she is your typical|
"Pretty Girl" can be a bitch when she wants to.
|My sweet sweet pea-brained Sable. She |
def has a few screws loose but I love her.