Zelda came to us from a local animal shelter. Through no fault of her own, at 14 years old she found herself without a home.Continue reading “The Cats (Cast?) of Second Guess Farm: Zelda”
Most of the cats living in Mew-Mew House enjoyed a healthy youth with a human family. It was in these early months when they each learned to ‘cat’. How to interact with other cats. How to play. How to share (or not share) resources and toys.
In these early months, cats also learn to understand the humans around them. How to interpret human intentions. How to socialize with people. Some cats are introduced to bumbling dogs and other mammalian (or non-mammalian) companions for humans.
After this important phase of life, cats have determined their preferred social network. Some like to be left alone. Some really, really, really like being with people. Some are convinced they’re dogs.Continue reading “Learning to Cat”
Arthur came to us from New Jersey. At about ten months old, he’s already had plenty of trauma in his life. He was brought here so he can just be a cat and do cat things.Continue reading “The Cats (Cast?) of Second Guess Farm: Arthur Dent”
Two weeks ago, Snow went to the vet. She had been getting thinner, and it was concerning. I suspected thyroid problems because I’ve seen this before. The vet confirmed my suspicions.
Snow had a tumor on her thyroid.Continue reading “Snow’s Surgery”
And thus begins 2020. Happy new year!
To celebrate, Possum took a nap…
And Spell did a little shoe art.Continue reading “Mew-Mew’s 2020 Vision”