The continuing adventures of me, Millie, the kitty Malcolm rescued and cat bloggers all over the world helped save. I'm really grateful.
Welcome home Millie! It looks like it was a furry good trip. But there is no place like home!Sasha, Sami, & Saku
I'm glad your human enjoyed her trip out west!
We're glad that your peep had a good trip. We're sure you're very glad that you can hang out with her at home, though. Especially for cats, there's no place like home.
Yes it is.MeganSydney, Australia
There's no place like home.
It is always good to come home to your own quilt
Looks like you are so happy with that quilt! I like the photos! and what a great name - Rubylocks.Pet lovers please check out my homeless cat blog archives for some informative posts and stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.Debby in Arizonahttp://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/
Millie, Darling! So wonderful to see you XOXOXOYes, we know that by the standards of most people it isn't really THAT hot here, but we are wusses and we whine and cry when it gets over 80 and it's all humid and sticky and uncomfortable and no place has A/C. We do not like to suffer in silence.But guess what? Thank COD for the ocean and its cooling breezes because the temperature has dropped about 25 degrees in the past couple of hours. YAAAAY! So your Mom was in our state, eh? And even our city???
Millie you gotta admit that this picture of your favorite humans just says "Love". I've never seen Mr. K look happier...the two women he loves most by his side. Aahhhh.. Sadie (who is glad you're home safe and sound.)
It is nice to see you back home Millie :)We bet you and your Mom had a pawsome time too!Purrs Tillie and Georgia,Treasure,Tiger, JJ and Julie
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