P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Ellen - 6 Feb 2005
Update on Birdy and SweetPie:
Everything is going fine here at home. Sweety Pie loves her new place.
She's finding lots of nooks and crannies to explore and really loves it!
Birdy is happy to be here, too. She's more defensive right now, growling at Sweety Pie and even me sometimes. I know she'll grow out of it though.
More than anything else, she wants to lie on my shoulder, cuddle, and purr, which she's doing now. Once she realizes this is a safe, secure setup, she'll settle right down.
Sweety has been having fun chasing her and stalking her, so eventually they'll develop a good friendship, I'm sure.
Thanks for everything. I'll stay in touch!
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