Meet Bailey, My Neighbours’ New Kitten

I don’t know how anyone could abandon a sweet little morsel like this Siamese/Tabby mix! She was found lost and alone in a local shopping center and my downstairs neighbours didn’t hesitate taking her with them. Bailey now shares the house with feline mum and daughter duo Missy and Sassy, who at first gave her a bit of a hard time, but she stood up for herself and they are fast becoming friends now. 

Here is Bailey playing the kitty air guitar – Rock n’ Roll!!!! 😀 



One is not like the other….

Spot the cat that doesn´t belong? Lugosi (left), Spider (middle) and…. Cascabel! 

Cascabel is a cutie with a super-fluffy tail who belongs to one of my neighbours. She always turns my boys´ heads with her sexy good looks (especially Spider´s)…



R.I.P. Buster

My neighbours just lost their 10 month old ginger tom Buster, whom you probably know from previous posts and pictures on this blog.

He was run over by a car last weekend, and after putting up posters on Monday, they got a call from someone saying that they had found him dead in the street on Saturday evening. He was normally locked in at night, but didn´t return that evening.

I am so very sad about this, and so sorry for my neighbours´ loss – Buster was always around when I opened my front door, and he frequently “invaded” my apartment with his unique character and cheekiness, and would play with my 3 cats.

I miss him very much, but at the same time, I feel like I want to celebrate his life and all the joy and laughs and silliness that he gave us, and I feel grateful that he was in our lives, however short his time was on this Earth.

Here´s the video again that I made of him last month, and a few photos. Rest in Peace, sweetie. 🙁

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Ruby has been cloned!

Spider (left), Lugosi (yawning), Ruby at the top of the stairs and…. Buster!

Buster, our neighbours´ ginger tom is only 8 months old, but he´s already huge as you can see – and he gets on quite well with my terrible trio. 🙂