Hey Kitties! Happy Inspurration Caturday!!
It me! Tippy the Tipster!
Holy catnip!! It’s been a while since I wrote on my blog. Life got busy and I got distracted with catnaps, playing and ‘inspurring’ my foster siblings. Now it’s time to get back to following my life purpose and being the Meowtovation and Inspurration that I was always destine to be.
In Spring, we fostered Henry, he was covered in nasty chemical burns around his neck. When he arrived here, of course, I had to hiss at him for almost two weeks! Even though he was the same age as me but twice the size, it was only fair that he knew that I was the boss! Then we became buddies and I had to teach him that it is okay to look different and that scars only run skin deep. It is the kitty inside that counts! To me, Henry was the purrfect furiend…even if he sometimes thought he was a dog! Henry was adopted by a lovely family. I miss that dude but I know that my inspurration will serve him well during his 9 lives.
We took a break from fostering for a while after Henry left. I guess we needed to recharge our batteries with Catini and Tuna bites in anticipation of the arrival of ‘The Tornados’…….aka…..Sunny and Smokey…..who are now my nephews! They are the ultimate catastrophe! Their excitement for life is contagious and often leaves a trail of destruction behind them but they get back up, like wobbly wobblers and go looking for the next adventure. Their excuse is that all 9 lives are worth living and worth living well! Sounds like a purrfect reason!
Now I have a new furiend! A beautiful girl, her name is Coraline. My 2 Foot sisters named her Coraline after the movie with the same name. I haven’t seen the movie but it is about a girl called Coraline who has buttons for eyes. I guess that is exactly what Cat Coraline looked like when she came here. She still had sutures in her eyelids because she had her eyes removed.
Coraline was born with differently formed eyes which meant that she would have never had any vision in one of them and very limited vision in the other. Infection set in which led to her eyes needing to be removed about a month ago, she has been with us ever since.
Even though me and my 4 Foot brothers do not understand the concept that she is blind, we intuitively know that she is a little bit different. She is doing amazingly well at adapting to her new challenges and is such an inspurration. I think she must have heard my favorite meow, ‘When life throws you wobbles, get back up and try again.”
She had a great meow response, ‘When life throws you darkness, search within to find your own shining light!’
Tippy love and kisses!