Friday, January 2, 2015


Thanks for hanging in there and waiting for another episode from Barn Cat Mansion.  I lost my creativity when Big Kitty didn't return, but it's time to move on.  I talked about a new kitty and we'll track his progress from the day I found him, and gradually catch up on his life.

They said it couldn't be done.  They said, you can't save a kitten abandoned by its mother at 2 days of age!  I said,

"I can't leave him there to die!"

So began the saga of a tiny kitten, lifeless and cold, that I found in the shop at Fox Farm on May 15th, 2014.  He was born on the 13th and abandoned on the 14th.  I saw that he was alone, but hoped his mother would come back.  On the morning of the 15th, he seemed to be dead.  I placed a hot water bottle in a blanket with him and waited for a miracle.  Within an hour, his little paws began to move, and he thought about eating.   That night, I left him in the care of Dr T.  She fed him throughout the night.  My first question the following morning was, "Did he die?"  She said, "No! he's doing ok!"  And so began the life of Little Scruffy Peanut.


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  2. I'm anxious to see the little fella looking alive and well. Deb

  3. welcome ta BCM scruffy peanut !! we iz lookin for werd ta heer in bout yur storee...N we total lee understand bout takin a brake....BK...him iz.... N all wayz will bee...... one rockin dood...

    miss ya buddy ♥♥♥

    heerz two a burd free, happee, healthee N blessed 2015 everee one♥♥♥♥♥

    N heerz two a grate week oh end filled with sun, salmon & sghetti ♥♥♥♥♥

  4. I totally understand about losing your creativity and urge to blog. I have certainly been lost in the wilderness for a while. Welcome back!