Mr Tibbs has been adoptedHi everyone!

Our last fosters, Tigger and Mr. Tibbs, were transferred to a rescue near Austin, and Mr. Tibbs has already been adopted! 

Sweetie was critically ill a few weeks ago.  She’d stopped eating on a Friday, and by Monday Dad took her to our Vet Clinic.  She was hospitalized for four days.  We still don’t know what made her so sick, but we’re very happy that she’s fully recovered.

Our chickens are doing well.  The oldest, Annie, is a Barred Rock hen.  She recently turned 5 years old!  That’s very old for a hatchery bird.  Dad got her when she was only 2 days old.

Of course, things have been a little shaken up here lately because of the Covid-19.  Our county was just ordered to stay home as of today.  We’re definitely listening and are staying at home!  

As always, thank you for your continued kindness and support.  We’ll talk to you again soon!



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Annie, five years old

Annie - 5 years old













Sweetie feeling better now

Sweetie feeling better








Tamale having fun in the backyard with the chickens

Tamale having fun in the backyard with the chickens









Ceci and Sweetie

Ceci and Sweetie


Five Good Reasons for Having Your Cat Neutered

  • Reduces fighting, injury and noise
  • Reduces spraying and smelling
  • Much less likely to wander and get lost
  • Safer from diseases like feline AIDS, mammary tumours and feline leukaemia
  • Reduces the number of unwanted kittens