Friday, March 27, 2009

Fabulous Friday on Frequently Feline-Pet of the Week

My friend Sondra has a heart as big as all outdoors. She works as a Veterinary Assistant in an animal clinic, showering "her" patients with love and compassion.

So, when a needy Siamese cat was brought in for vetting by the local Humane Society and having no foster home available, he would have been "tossed into the Humane Society trailer with 20 other cats", Sondra came to the rescue and brought him home.

Sondra and her husband named him Mr. Bigglesworth, and is affectionally called, "Mr. Big".

He is about 6-7 years old, weighs 8 pounds and is a totally healthy kitty. Slowly, Sondra is introducing Mr. Big to their resident kitties, Grace and Nick, who are not tickled with a new brother, but hopefully all will work out well, and their household will be adorned with three happy kitties.

Since Mr. Big has such a sweet expression and is very kind to Sondra, we are bestowing him with the title of "Pet of the Week".

Please leave a conCATulary comment, with glow and best wishes for a positive outcome for the trio.


Bradpetehoops said...

Awesome Cats!!!!

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Amy said...

What an awesome kitty. I am happy he has found a wonderful home. We all know it takes lots of time for kitty's to get acquainted. Congrats to to this lucky cat!

Anonymous said...

Just a quick update on how Mr. Big is doing. We're making slow but steady progress. My husband decided that Mr. Big needed to have a baby gate on the room he's staying in so that he can benefit from the Feliway diffusers we're using in the house to make the transition from a two cat household to a THREE cat household a bit easier.

Our female cat, Grace, thinks we're making much ado about nothing. She stops at the baby gate and looks in at him with a question in her eyes. I think she must think we're starting a zoo here for her entertainment.

Nick, our male cat, is another story. It's very amusing to watch all 14 pounds of him seemingly running for his life past the baby gate. He's very suspicious of this little guy, and I think he's a bit afraid of him as well. Nick spends a lot of time in the guest room at the other end of the house.

All of these cats are 6-7 years old, all have been altered, and all three have been rescued from fates worse than death, so gratitude is in abundance around here. We just need a bit more time to reach a semblance of normalcy.

Thanks, Jo, for making our new boy, Mr. Bigglesworth, the Pet of the Week.