Many years ago a friend gave us our first Kit Cat Clock, but finally its tail ceased wagging. We still looked at the spot on the wall, long after Kit Cat had been consigned to my workshop for eventual rebuilding.
Then, last month, while a friend and I were walking along a street in Ottawa, we chanced upon the Cats R Us store, which carried the full line of Kit Cat Clocks. Naturally I had to get one just like our original model.
Now we’re back on time, with our delightful Kit Cat Clock.
We were delighted to receive some photos from Michelle and family, who are now sharing their home with blue tabby kitten Jonty from Cici’s J Litter.
Jonty – now known as Georgy – is an extremely low allergen kitten (he had the lowest Fel d1 test result in the J Litter) and has proved to be a hit with the whole family.
Here are a couple more pictures of Georgy. He has become Sophia’s baby! He is so very tolerant of being picked up and cuddled all the time – though Sophia is also good at playing with him and we are all astounded at his leaping ability. None of us can resist him. He seems to have bonded with all of us really well.
The six J Litter kittens are all settling into their new homes now, and we’ve been receiving some lovely photos of them.
Featured above is Klaus, formerly known as Jabber, who now lives with Michael and Lauren in Christchurch. He looks pretty mellow, snuggled up against a warm leg. 🙂
Klaus is getting on really well. He is starting to get extremely playful and tries to sneak outside at every opportunity, but we are managing to keep him in (I suspect he can smell the neighbours’ cats).
Judee shows the Oscillot system, mounted on our demonstration fence, to a couple of visitors to the national cat show
Judee and I travelled to Palmerston North for yesterday’s national cat show in order to demonstrate the Oscillot® cat fence system. It was a great chance to talk with fellow breeders and cat lovers about this ingenious product.
As responsible cat breeders, we want to do all we can to ensure that our low-allergen Siberian kittens have long and happy lives. We know that many of the people who purchase our kittens do not want to keep them indoors, so we looked for a way to let cats go outside, while keeping them safe from traffic, other cats and dogs, poisons, etc.
That’s when we came across the Australian-made Oscillot® system, which can be installed atop most types of fence. We talked with people who had used it, looked at the quality of construction, and decided to become the New Zealand distributors.
Oscillot® is now available from us throughout New Zealand – and you don’t even have to own a low-allergen Siberian cat in order to own the cleverest cat safety system!
To find out more, visit the Cat Containment Systems website at catfence.nz.