It started snowing last night, and snowing, and snowing some more, and it was still snowing when all of the CSF kitties woke up after a rough night of exercising deep sleep. Of course, they woke up tired and very hungry, but snow is snow and our kitties love when it’s snowing. They just left everything behind, they didn’t even brush their teeth and they rushed outside to greet the first snowfall of this winter.
Here are some pictures of our furry residents enjoying our winter wonderland.
As you can see, when the snow begins to fall, our Sanctuary and the yard are inundated with… well, snow… because our meowsters just love winter fun and games, but only from inside their rooms, of course! There isn’t anything better than having room service and your breakfast being brought to you right next to your bed.
This photo is an obvious evidence of how military rules are successfully applied at CSF. No comfort allowed, or they might get spoiled, lazy, disobedient and out of shape, and we won’t tolerate any of that.
Our strict regiment has given meowtastic results by now – our protegees just don’t give a sh.. a f… they don’t care about any rules, they organized a riot almost on day one and now they’re running the Sanctuary on their own – they are the generals and we must obey or else… they won’t give a darn again.
Luckily for us, there are a few baby kittens here which still haven’t learned how to cat and we are safe for the time being… Those little ones have already realized that living in a Sanctuary is a kind of blessing, because you can have as many moms and aunts as you like, so your real mommy can have a break (not just the mental one) from you.
Who else can say for themselves that they have at least 10 mommies and human slaves at the age of 4,5 months? That’s right, kiddos.
That’s about it for today – cats being cats, kittens being kittens, snow being avoided, 150 of them screaming for dinner because they’re in a hurry – they have to get to their beds on time, their favorite movie is about to begin. It’s called “Counting Mice and Blessings”.
Bye, bye, everyone! And if you haven’t done it yet, check out our new website. It’s still under construction, but maybe we can offer you some interesting stories about our Sanctuary or its residents.
Don’t forget to share our stories because our meowsters need your support and help.
Let them know they’re not just cats. Show them empathy, sympathy and kindness.
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