Carpathian kittens need you!

Mango (left) and Fig were rescued from a tree in my garden, three weeks ago. They were terrified, starving, feral and tiny (probably about 8 weeks old).

Now they are enchanting, tame and affectionate, healthy and very happy. They both purr like Ferraris, and love a cuddle. Mango is still a bit shy but Fig really isn’t!

Click here for a short video of them.

George meets Mango & Fig

Last night they had some time with big ginger George. You can see how small they still are, although they’re nearly twice the size they were when they arrived. They eat like hyenas!

They’ve been wormed, and I’ll take them to the vet for neutering and a full check-up before they go.

Ideally they should stay together – can you imagine them in your house? They are playful  little explorers and will give endless fun and fascination to a loving owner… will that be you?

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International cats

Today (8th August) is apparently International Day of the Cat. So here are mine for you to enjoy. I get a buzz out of watching them play, and just having them around. Hobbs and her three kits Mouse, Buster and George are now middle-aged (7 and 6) but they are the happiest cats in Romania, and sweet-natured with it.

Do you have cats? Tell me about them!