Sherpa the Farm Cat
Sherpa is our shelter cat. He was a very special present from the hubby to me. You can read his intermew to learn how he came to the Farm. He is a big, beautiful orange boy.
He has no shame.
Harry the Farm Cat
Harry is the baby cat of the Farm family. He was a stray cat that a neighbor found and brought to the publicist. It seems that he was never intermewed! But AbbyGoat did introduce him. Harry is the mouser of the Farm cat family and he spends a lot of time in the barn huntin’ mousie.
He also likes to sleep. He IS a cat.
Puffy the Farm Cat
Puffy is a big, floofy, grey cat that started showing up on the deck of the yurt looking for something to eat with Fang and Queenie whom you will meet below. He is a very nice, cuddly boy who loves to sit with his humans but has a bit of a problem with Sherpa. He likes to chase Sherpa but Sherpa does not like to be chased.
Fang the Farm Cat
Fang is a nudge and a troublemaker. That is all that can be said for this grey and white tuxedo boy. He is a big, talkative nudge. He loves his sister Queenie.
Queenie the Farm Cat
Queenie is a gentile little lady and the first female cat around here for quite a while. I know most people don’t like black cats but I have long loved them. My first cat after we were married was a big 22lb black cat named Bart. He lived to be 22 years old. Queenie is my first black cat since he died in 1994. I am very glad to have her. She is a little cuddle girl.
Riley the Farm Cat
Riley the Farm cat is a tiny little kitten that found her way onto the deck and into our hearts. She was so small I just picked her up and brought her in. So far her introduction has gone exceptionally well. The only one who is at all bothered by her is Sherpa and well, he is bothered by everyone. She is living the life of … Riley.
Cappuccino the Bunny
WHAT?! Yes, there is now a Farm bunny. Someone decided it was appropriate to dump some bunnies in the neighborhood. Cappuccino landed in our yard. Now Cappuccino lives in the spare bedroom. We don’t know much about him/her yet as we are going to the vet after the holiday. Stay tuned.
I hope you enjoyed meeting all of the Farm cats and bunny. They like appearing on my blog but they are the stars of my Instagram. You can check there daily for photos of their exploits.