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Warm Welcome to Purrs! => Welcome to Newbies :) => Topic started by: alisonc7148 on April 19, 2016, 21:41:55 PM

Title: Hello...new on here
Post by: alisonc7148 on April 19, 2016, 21:41:55 PM
I am new on here this evening and have already posted a question before realising there was a newby board too...hoping folk can answer my query on there anyway.
I have a 2 year old tortie and white girl called Angel, and (as of 3 days ago) have our lovely black 13 year old tom cat, Monty, back with us (after he went missing nearly 3 years ago).  Sadly he has been found completey blind, so we are going to have some fun and games working out how best to integrate him back into our home. 
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Title: Re: Hello...new on here
Post by: Lyn (Slugsta) on April 20, 2016, 01:26:51 AM
Hello and  :welcome: to Purrs.

Wow, I am so glad that you got Monty home after all that time! Poor chap, I wonder what happened to him? I'm afraid I can't give you any advice but I'm sure you will get plenty of replies, maybe in the morning  :tired:
Title: Re: Hello...new on here
Post by: Sue P (Paddysmum) on April 20, 2016, 06:51:20 AM
Hello Ali - welcome to Purrs   :welcome:  A big HELLO to Monty (Incredible Cat!) and to Angel (who needed a guiding paw, and clearly now has one   :Luv:

I was reading your other post, and find it absolutely inspirational that Monty has been reunited with his family after three long years.  Goodness knows what has happened to him since, what adventures he's had and what obstacles he's clearly overcome, but my sincere wish is that you all have a good few years together yet, with Monty being able to enjoy his new role as Protector Extraordinaire.   :) :hug:
Title: Re: Hello...new on here
Post by: Mom to Eight on April 20, 2016, 09:07:46 AM
Pretty new here too.
I have a friend with a blind cat. She doesn't move furniture once the cat established his boundaries. Cats are very good at adapting. Everything is run on sensors anyway.