I have received some great new photos of our Coyota Kittens, in the snow! Now called Salina & Sierra, they apparently love it, and this is definitely an experience they would have been unlikely to have had here in Almerimar. [Read more…]
I’m pleased to now have news of the first of our 6 kittens that travelled to Germany yesterday. As you can see from the email below, they are well and happy, and I’m sure will adjust brilliantly to their new home, and names! I think it much easier for kittens, particularly tame ones. These 2 little coyota girls were from the abandoned litter that we rescued in May, and we have always thought they were from a home cat.
Their news parents Saskia and Daniel were lovely when we met them. They interrupted their holiday in alicante to visit the kittens. I’m sure this will be a VERy happy ending!
“News from Mietzie and Mausi… mail from yesterday evening…
all are well… both are healthy and play a lot and are not tiredd… Food was the first thing… seemed to be very hungry… saksia looked for flees but she did not found any.. Now they are jumping through the sidebord with the books and put all out… They have new names Sierra and Salina… we thougth that a spainish name is a must and Mietzie and Mausi is tooo much german… ;o)
Now they will got wet food like in Spain with Nicola… and we will hope that they have a good night…
Salina is very tame and Sierra looks more at the moment… we are sure to have a lot of fun with them furthermore… we are glad that all happens in a right way and say Thank you to all
Next few days we will send some new photos…
many greets Saskia, Daniel, Sierra und Salina”
-Georgeous Little Mausi
Good and bad news this evening. Tommy’s test result came back, and it is now confirmed without doubt that he is FIV positive. This does not mean that he cannot have a good life, but we must continue to wait for the right home for him, either as a single cat or with other cats that are also FIV positive. The risk is low as Tommy is not a fighter, but we cannot take the chance that he may bite another cat, and pass on his condition. So he will not be flying with Roya on Sunday, and we will have the pleasure of his company for a little longer.
The good news is that the video I took this morning of the Coyota girls has swung their new home for them. The interested people have decided they will wait a few weeks for their kittens, as they have completely fallen for them. Well done girls for being such stars! I have also heard from Martina that she has some people interested in Xabi as a single cat, with a garden and 2 little children to play with, so hopefully this will work out too.