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Molly in her new digs

post #1 of 15
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Molly's doing well, quite relaxed as you can see! She's starting to explore outside now, I was so proud of her. And her eye started weeping this am after exploring, so I wonder if she's got allergies or something? Will talk to the vet about that.

The best thing....she's happy. Gets along with Goat-Head.






The wires aren't there all the time, I was supposed to be moving them to put them in the shop, but got sidetracked. And the straw all over, she ripped open the one bale in the shed.
post #2 of 15
very cool markings!
Sweet....
post #3 of 15
Im gla shes doing well outside and that shes happier! She reminds me of Clammy (Calamity).
post #4 of 15
Awww!! She is sweet! I love her markings.
post #5 of 15
She's so beautiful! Well, she could have a reaction to dust, straw, or something else in her environment, but a lot of cats born outside have chronic UTI's from birth, frequently passed to the kittens from the mom. My Sishya has 'em, and so does my Sahra --we've done all the medications (antibiotics and of course, vaccinations) with little result. We live with it, and I wipe their eyes when they need it. Indoors-only is, of course, the best environment for a cat. I'm glad to hear she gets along with Goat-Head -- with a name like that, you figure you have to get along with him lol!
post #6 of 15
she certainly looks pleased as punch in her new digs! Nice decorating job too, Molly
post #7 of 15
She looks so very relaxed and happy! Yay!
I was just wondering, is she practicing for the Christmas Nativity play?
post #8 of 15
Oh what a cutie pie! She is just adorable!
post #9 of 15
Awww, look at the sweetie pie! She's decorated her new digs so well!
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by lnbandcats View Post
She looks so very relaxed and happy! Yay!
I was just wondering, is she practicing for the Christmas Nativity play?
I don't know what she was doing! I told her not to destory the bale & what's the first thing she did?
post #11 of 15
looks good.

but am i missing something i thought Molly was one of your indoor cats.
post #12 of 15
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She was Bruce. I adopted her back in Jan because she would've been euthanized. Chronic health problems due to stress in a cage. The plan was for her to be a farm cat then, it's just taken this long for me to realize that she is miserable inside. I decided to keep her indoors once I got her home.

Well, she was spraying, & attacking the other cats, darting out doors, & clawing up the windows wanting out. So, I decided to give her a shot outside to see if she liked it. So far, so good....but I'm still watching her closely....the other cats seem to have accepted her, but it will be quite awhile before she has "free reign" outside. I want to be 100% sure this is what is best for her....and she need to know that she's always welcome in the garage & has a warm shop this winter(gotta kitty proof it).
post #13 of 15
What a sweetie-pie! I love her 'stache!
post #14 of 15
It looks like she's doing good so far. I have my fingers crossed for her to keep doing good outdoors!
post #15 of 15
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What a sweetie-pie! I love her 'stache!
You would think it would've gotten her adopted, but apparently not!
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