I took Small Cat back to the vet at
for her annual vaccinations and check up.
She's doing very well and the vet remarked
on how well the little darling is looking :)
While I was there I picked up the
newsletter, produced once a year -
and look who's on the front cover!
Inside, there is a piece dictated to me
by Small Cat -
'a day in the life of' type of thing.
Since we wrote this Small Cat did her
36 hour disappearing act,
and her routine has changed a bit.
For a start, she has taken
up residence in Hope's bedroom,
sleeping at night on a special
little Small Cat quilt situated at the
pillow end of Hope's bed.
I love seeing Small Cat in print.
I know she doesn't know anything about it
(mainly because she can't read)
but it makes a little elderly cat,
who was of no importance
to anyone and not wanted by anyone,
known and cared for by lots of people.
She deserves that.
It was also good to read that her brother Joe
(who started off with us but couldn't accept
Rosie Mae in the house)
is doing very well in his foster home, so
it all worked out well in the end :)