A Little Busy This Week, But Here's A Few Things....
I did promise, rashly, in my early morning optimism and energy, a new blog tonight, saying I even thought Kitty might take a few pictures, to which, I would no doubt, add some lovely comments.
Well, it goes a little more like this:
ME: I said I would do a new blog with pics tonight, by you.
KITTY: Well, we suck.
ME: Yeah, we do, it's 8 and we are not yet done for the day.
And so it goes. It's all about work this week. Boss is off to China in a few days, and if you think WE are busy, as his Assistants, he is more so. We will get everything done. All mail will be answered. All plans made. The world will be right. The harvest in....
Speaking of which, honey harvest is tomorrow! We gather (Read: Steal) all the extra honey, and extract it, and settle the little darlings for the winter, so last Bee Blogs are coming soon.
A couple of things, that ought to be mentioned too:
My friend Marilyn, aka The Cat Coach has an article in USA Today on Kitties, and them being indoor cats, what to do, how to keep them happy and lots of fun ideas. Read it HERE.
Marilyn is also the head of the California Bengal Rescue Network, and she is heading up a rescue effort to save 35 Bengals. These are lovely Bengals, from a breeder who could no longer afford in these times to keep going. They are not problem children, and all are SBT, meaning F4 or higher, and considered domestic.
Here are pictures, and all the info you might need...
They are lovely, and if you are in the area, and would like to bring one into your home, or even foster until we can find their people, please, contact Marilyn at the e-mail on the site. You will not regret it, and if you do, your life will be full of more love, joy and interesting moments than you have ever known.
Pet Bengal Kittens start at $600 and go up from there. All Bengal Rescue asks is a small token, and these kitties are show quality Bengals. More importantly:
They need you. Please take a look and forward to anyone you think might help.
I am happy to talk Bengal with anyone, and if you need more information, or advice once you have a Bengal, I am here.
Busy, but here.
Love and Bengals,