P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
I was looking at your website regarding how to help feral cats keep warm in the winter (I subscribe to Maine Coon Rescue and they posted your website)
and I thought I would give you an update on my kitty that I adopted.
First "Misty" is now named "Rain", and secondly, "she" turned out to be a "HE". I kind of wondered after a few weeks, just what that "thing" was and guess what... I was only disappointed for a nano second because I just love this little guy sooooo much. And my other two boys , especially Fisher love him too. So, me and "My Three Sons" are a happy family.
It was a good lesson for me since I realized it just doesn't matter, because I was in love from the moment I saw "his" picture on your website. And so it goes. Rain gets more beautiful every day and he is so sweet and full of energy at the same time. He had his first visit to the vet two weeks ago to be neutered, and everything went well. The vet techs fell in love with him as have many of my friends. I have to check their bags before they leave to make sure they haven't taken him home with them, HA! Fat chance. So, I am a very happy
And Rain's brother, Sport, now known as Apollo Jeremiah or AJ is
doing really great too. I really think Rain has Maine Coon in him because
he has all the tufts, and fur and sweet purrsonality and he chirps most of
the time rather than meows, which is a MC trait. And he is going to be a
really big guy, he's growing every day, it seems.
That's all for now. When I get some photos of my Rain on a cd, I will email
some to you. Meanwhile I hope things are going well up there in Hudson.
Thanks again for my kitty.
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