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Saturday, February 23, 2008

A Peaceful Night

We had a peacefull night last night. Churchill only woke us up twice. Once was to him playing with Mom Robyn's famous "nip ravioli" and second was to him sitting on an air conditioner next to our bed. He was just staring at us. When we woke up this morning he was in bed with Mike and I just Purring away. He knows that this is his home and now he is starting to finally settle in and is resting.

Since he likes his "nip ravioli" so much he has put many holes in it. I have a needle and thread ready to go to patch up the holes. He, as of now has put four nice size holes in it. He has also taken a wonderful liking to his new toys that the Taylor cats sent, Especially the plastic springs.

I've been busy this morning walking behind him "Kitten proofing" the apartment. There are blankets and towels blocking everything in the living room that he could get underneath. I just dont want him to get stuck under something that he cant get out of or that I cant get him out. Dont I sound so over Protected?? Well thats the latest noos for now , Rhi <3

23 comments:

Honey P. Sunshine said...

oh church, we are so happy you iz feeling better

Lisa said...

Not overprotective...just a worried mommy not wanting her boy to get hurt any more. I'm so glad he's doing good and boy does he like that nip ravioli!

Cats~Goats~Quotes said...

We are so happy to read this!
Keep getting better, Church!!!!

The Meezers said...

Hi Church!! Great job staring at the beans while they're sleeping. Gramma Trixie used to stare at mommy all night too. For over 18 years. Every night. And every night for 18 years mommy would wake up and freak out. I'm sure that's why Trixie would do it. Silly mommy.

Victor Tabbycat said...

Sounds lovely! Kitten proofin is impawtant, but I LIKE gettin fings open I shouldn't an such.

I gotted myself stuck behind a drawer once an shouted fur Mom to rescue me. She said I sounded just like a car alarm, MEOW, MEOW, MEOW, MEOW, MEOW! It's da loudest I's efur meowed, cept when I sing on da stairs.

Victor Tabbycat said...

PS Scruffy always stared at the beans intently while they was... rasslin.

The Cat Realm said...

We are so happy that now he can just be a kitten and start feeling good in his new forever home!!!
My maid is a little overprotective too - but we appreciate it because she just wants us as safe as possible... And to make sure he doesn't get stuck anywhere is good thinking!
Karl

Junior said...

WOO HOO!!! Meowm and I are so happy to hear that Churchill is home and feeling good!

Meowm just sent off a doantion today---we are getting some scrapbook pages from Dragonheart and Merlin's Mom and we sent a bit of extra!

Alasandra said...

We are so glad you are feeling better. We have been purring for you.

Scylla, Charybdis & Socks

ML said...

Sounds like Mom Robyn will have to design a Churchill-proof ravioli. hee hee. Aren't those springs from Auntie Deb tha bestest. She can pick out tha neatest toys ever.
I's glad he's enjoying himself, he sounds like he loves hims new home an fambly.
You alls is so sweet an loving ta take him in.
Love & Purrs, KC
and Missy Blue Eyes and little Faith

Angus said...

That's just great, Churchill! A playing cat is a happy cat, and a 'nipped out cat is even better!

Radcliff, Allie, Luna, & Ozzie said...

Glad to know Churchill is finally getting to be a kitten.

Good luck with the kitten proofing. You're probably gonna need it. :-)

Jan said...

Hooray! Hooray! Hooray! We would do one hooray per Funny Farm resident, but 9 seems a bit much. We're all so happy for you and your family, Churchill.

We like to put holes in things too, so enjoy your nap ravioli and enjoy life.

jans funny farm

Karen Jo said...

I am so happy to read that Churchill is acting like a normal kitten at last. He surely does love that nip ravioli. Kitten-proofing the house is a good idea and not at all overprotective. I hope that all goes well from now on.

Mu shue Pooh King Cat said...

oh chuch we so glad things are going good and y9ou feeling better


Mu shue and Lilly Lu

Maggy & Zoey said...

Over protection
equals
abundant affection.

Evergreen said...

Hi there! I just found your blog!! Churchy, I'm so glad you're feeling better. I have a Russian Blue named Kilroy whom I rescued from a ditch next to a busy road, and I call him my "handsome little man" too!!

The Furry Bambinos said...

Hi Efurrybody!

We have been following Churchill's story from the beginning, and purring and purraying too. We are so glad to hear some good news!

You are doing the right thing to kitten-proof your place! It shows how much you care!

Purrs,
Padre, Panda Bear, Meerkat, and Mom Sue

Forty Paws said...

Hi Churchill! We haven't been properly introduced. There are 10 of us here at the Forty Paws, and we all are special needs kitties. So we can identify with you.

We are holding a raffle of a cat Ham-mick on our blog to help with your V-E-T bills.

Luf, Us (Bow, Jenny, Annie, Gatsbi, G.T., Dorf, Reno, Smokey, Sally and Obi)

Chairman Mao said...

Awwwww, we are so thrilled that purreshus Church is feelin bettur! What a preshus boy he is. And what a good Momma you are. Huggies to all of you!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Parker said...

We are so happy that Churchill is getting better and better!
Please give him a smooch for me!

moshix2/aka: sachie said...

Your mom is very nices!! She do everything for you saftey!! you is so lucky to have mom like dat!!

Hot(M)BC said...

Church, way to go bud. Have a ball! But yanno, those are HotMBC Nip Raviolis, no matter what any humans claim. *snicker*
Purrrrrrrs,
your bud Pepi