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  1. thanks for sharing a new pic elise, she is looking great. please keep in touch and let us know how her football skills are improving!! lol.

  2. She really is a lovely cat and successes such as this pretty kitty are what keeps rescuers sane! Its such a wonderful feeling finding a good home 🙂 I love the photo as well, is that your balcony? it looks lovely if it is 🙂

  3. Lovely to hear Bonnie’s story in full:-) I am one of her proud owners & she’s the most loving, cuddly cat, so much so we’ve re-named her again ‘Lady Bonnie McLoving’. It’s her first outing on Saturday after getting all of her injections, I must admit I am one worried mummy. Having kept her in for 5weeks or so I just hope she’s happy enough to come home again, she’s certainly made us all very happy, we love her to bits! Living with two boys I had hoped Bonnie would side with me when it came to disliking football on the TV most evenings, but it appears she is a massive football fan & chases the players & ball around the screen:-) I’ll need to ensure she supports a local Northern team but It keeps her active! We didn’t realise how sad her start in life was, so glad to be able to offer her a loving home where she’s has settled! Thank you for the lovely write-up Leanne!

    Black rescue cat on balcony

  4. Hi Leanne. I agree with Marc. It is good of you to write for PoC and it helps me as well 😉

    Also I love these stories because they are “real” not theoretical or opinions. The happy ending is great.

    Some cats have a tougher time getting settled in a nice home. I hope it works out well in the long run.

    Finally, I think Lisa a beautiful cat very nicely photographed. May I ask who took the photo? Is it Bill’s daughter or you?

    • bills daughter took the photo as far as i know michael. that is Lady Bonny McMeowsalot in her new home. i was talking to bill last night at our meeting, i told him i had put bonny’s story on poc so hopefully someone will come on and let us know the latest. bill said that they are one big happy family and bonny has them all wrapped around her little finger, so to speak!! she is spoiled rotten by all three housemates and i know that one of them, bills son, who is a bit of a workaholic, has started coming home earlier just to spend time with her. its a good story for all concerned. we also have a photo of bonny as she was travelling down to London. she is curled up asleep on Elise’s knee without a care in the world. the travelling obviously didnt bother her a jot!! the last i heard from tracy marc was when she was saying about tilly may being very happy and contented and that she (tracy) would work out the problems of poo on the kitchen floor. they are, as a family, happy with her and i’m pretty sure they are prepared to work at tilly’s ‘little problem’, as you say marc, not many people would be prepared to do it. as tilly came to us as a stray, maybe that is why the people didnt want her in the first place. thankfully both cats are now in homes where they are loved and wanted and are enjoying life to the full. apparently, bonnie and her family will be spending christmas up here with the family so we may even get chance to see her again.

  5. Lovely about Lisa, I really enjoy your stories Leanne and you always seem to have the knack of matching cats up with the right family to adopt them.
    I hope Tabitha/Tilly May soon settles in and uses her litter tray, I’m glad Tracy is understanding about it.

  6. Thank you Leanne. I had a crappy day and this really put me in a good mood. Thanks for taking the time to share your stories with us. I know you must have a ton of stuff to be getting on with so you have to be organised to make time to write an article for POC.

    I love the story of Lisa and Tabitha. They both sound wonderful and Lisa is beautiful like my Lilly. I’m so happy it ended happily. The lady who is looking after Tabitha sounds like the right kind of caretaker. If I got a cat that used the middle of the kitchen floor I would obviously work it out. But some people wouldn’t So it sounds like all the people and all the cats in this story are just perfect. A nice story.

    Thanks Leanne! 🙂

    • i love the idea that you think i’m organised marc! believe me i’m not, i’m always running trying to catch myself up. lol

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