Here's my stories....
Trixie...brown and black tabby
This is our first baby, Trixie. She is now 3. We adopted her from an ASPCA adoption foster home. Her mother had her and her litter siblings in someones garage and were brought to this foster home to find good homes. Jerry and I saw an ad in the newspaper in September of 2001, and went to look. We fell in love with the 6 week bundle of brown and black fur. We decided on her, brought her home, and the rest has been history. What a wonderful kitty she's been for us. She's very loved, not to mention spoiled.
Petals...black and white kitty
Our second to the youngest sweetie, Petals. She is now 2. Jerry rescued her from a ditch out in the middle of nowhere one day in August 2002. No one knows for sure how the 4 week, 15 oz kitty got out there. She was pretty sick, and Jerry brought her home to our little family. We, along with our vet, nursed her back to health, and she truly has been a joy in our lives. Trixie has learned to love her "little sister" and even took over the job of bathing her regularly. There were a few hisses at first, but after a few days of Petals being in a cage where Trixie could see and sniff her, they were best pals.
Tigger, yellow tabby
And last but not least is our baby, Tigger. He turned 1 this past summer. He was found almost the same way as Petals by my husband Jerry. He found him and his sister out in the woods. They were 4 months old at the time. He brought them home, and since we already had Trixie and Petals, we asked a girlfriend if she would like a kitten. She took Ebony, his sister, and we took Tiggy. He is the most loving little guy you ever want to meet. His "sisters" weren't too sure about him at first. After all, it was an all female house up until this point. But we put a large cage in the middle of the livingroom, and Tiggy stayed there for a couple of days. This gave them all a chance to get used to eachother and sniff thier hearts out. The girls growled and hissed at first, but it only took about a week, if that, till we were one big happy family. I don't know what I'd do without my little loves.