We are a small, cageless cattery, specializing in Persian tabbies, bi-colors and solids. We live in a northwest suburb of Denver, Colorado, in a 4-bedroom house, in which 3 of the bedrooms belong to the cats!
All of the cat and kitten pictures in the Slide Show are past and present kitties we have had/have.
Journey keeping an eye on the back yard at night. This taken March, 2013.
Mom (CH Hunny-Dew Louisa May) taking a minute to eat a snack. In the meantime, GC Icy jumped into the baby box.
GC Icy loves babies and decided they needed some grandma love. She knows Mom Lulu doesn't mind.
Mom Lulu finished eating, and discovered her "helper" in the box with the babies. Lulu's probably thinking, "What are my options here!"
Here is Grand Champion Shelby as a small kitten when she was just starting to eat some food. She really made a mess on her face, and we couldn't resist taking her picture.
Here is what she looked like after we cleaned her face. Not much better!
However, after a couple of hours with her mom, we couldn't believe how clean her face was, so we took another picture! Aren't moms amazing!!
some strange visitors.....in our back yard in the late Summer of 2010, two baby skunks made a temporary home under our deck!
Now they are getting too close!!
This one scared away all the other birds in the yard, but kept the cats' attention for a while. It's a Cooper's Hawk.
He came back when the weather was a little cooler. He sits very still and only turns his head, blending into the environment. The hawks are carnivores.
He's back again: 11-10-11; this time he landed quite close to the window (so we could take his picture, of course)! We're not sure if it's the same Cooper's hawk, or a boy or girl, but definitely handsome. Below is another picture taken the same day, after he turned around. We love the long feathers on his legs!
2-2-12--This is Cooper, a blue tabby and white male kitten, age 7 months, who discovered the dial on the scale, and wondered how it moved (or didn't move). He actually played with this scale for over 2 hours! He was fascinated, and proved to us how amazing he is to have an attention span that long for such a young kitten!
We found a pair of ducks in the front yard today (4-9-13). We looked outside, and couldn't believe what looked like a male and female mallard duck/s waddling around. We don't have any lakes or ponds nearby, so we're not sure what they were looking for. These pictures were taken through the screened closed window. We tried to get a video, but they started walking across the cul-de-sac into a neighbor's yard, and it didn't take long and couldn't see them anymore. If they come back, we'll get more pictures.
Shelby's kittens find a ball and decide to play a game of Rugby!!