Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Merry Christmas to All

To all my blog readers, Merry Christmas!!!!

Merry Christmas to all you faithful cat lovers out there. Thank you for all you do to help cats, for feeding strays, adopting them, rescueing them, and helping the rescues and fixers. You're good people and I hope all of you have a relaxing holiday!

I will be relaxing also.

Not much longer to enjoy bright colored lights and Christmas trees.

Black Pearl and Toby are doing great in their new home already, I was told. That's good news.

I have one more adoption interest contact that might work out.

In the meantime, I have not been able to find the missing cat. I wish I could have found him. Maybe he will turn up alive still.


  1. Wish you a lovely Christmas, Strayer, surrounded by your beautiful feline family. That's how it'll be for me too -- surrounded by my three rescued babies and currently one deaf foster who I found abandoned and badly injured. I'll be mailing a check out to you on Christmas day, as per my promise to you!

  2. Merry Merry Christmas!!!

  3. Thank YOU for EVERYTHING you do! You are truly an amazing angel for cats and kittens in need. You are an inspiration. Cheers, purrs and headbutts to you!!!!!
    Meowy Christmas!
    Carrie, the SnipPet Girl
    p.s. If you don't mind, I'd love to have your mailing address. There is a little something that i'd like to send you :). You can email me at:

  4. Merry Christmas Strayer!
    You have many fans out here who wish you nothing but the best. We care deeply about what you do for the cats. We Love U!!!!

  5. MERRY CHRISTMAS JODY.....I am so glad about Pearl and Toby - they belong together and I know they will be happy in a good home together. I need to find a home for my fat orange tame outdoor cat. He has the most unique white curlycue on his left side. I am tempted to take him in myself but I would hate having to hide that I have two cats instead of the one we are allowed to have. When I know I have a home lined up I'll hold him here for a few days to help him readjust to inside living. that should be okay.