You made a good choice then with Lexie.
And Roman is adorable - I just love Gingers.
I'm somewhat embarrassed about the situation with our Borrowers. The short story is that our Tinks was formerly one of their cats, but he was great pals with our gorgeous Ginger Babe Ross (now a bridge Babe, alas but never forgotten). He would come over and play with Ross, and never wanted to go home, notwithstanding we would relentlessly take him back. Hisp eople then didnt have a cat flap, which kind of exacerbated the problem. Anyways, when we lost Ross, Tinks was an almost permanent fixture at ours, and his then guardians extremely generously said that we could keep Tinks, as they recognised he was more ours than theirs. They then got another two cats, of which one also succumbed to the roads. Of the remaining Borrowers, one was another neighbour's cat which was taken in by Tinks former owners when his Hooman Mum died earlier this year. The other two are equally wonderful, with F red having been hit by a car and nursed back to health by our neighbours. He gets picked on a bit buy the others but nontheless remains "one of the gang" and then there's T ed, who really does have the mnost excellent adventures, and is the neighbour toughie - scrawny little kid with the knees scuffed out of his twowsers, but a little sweetie, nontheless.
I can just picture Penny seeing off the interloper with Roman a couple of lollops behind.
Sue P - oh a Maine Coon - one of my favourite cats (after mine of course!)
Why thank you!
He's a funny little character is our Moray - very laid back, but quite determined, jsut the same. He's not pedigree, and when we brought him home from the shelter there was no indication to our untrained eye just what a little stunenr he'd become, but he is in every respect a Mini Maine Coon even down to his incredibly large Catchers Mitts of paws, his dark eyeliner and his fabuluos ear tufts. I am of course inordinately proud of our little man for many many reasons
, but I too can appreciate the merits of other people's cats - a trait shared I think by all of us on the forum.
(Especially Gingers, and hansum Tuxedo cats like Penny. Then there's those wonderful tabbys like Osiris
And wait - wait!! Did I mention Calico cats like Lexie.....?
You're a credit to them, and they're a credit to you, clearly. Got any more pics?