My foster mom got this brilliant idea to put a harness and leash on me for some out in the garden photos.
And this brilliant idea came after her other brilliant idea to bright blue soft caps on my nails.
And they say cats can be crazy!
The blue doesn’t even match my pretty orange coat.
So, there I am – sacred sage in the back ground and a baby green bean plant in the front. She kept telling me to not step on those bean plants. She should have thought of that before coming up with entire scheme.
I did have a good time though. I explored the area, chased a couple butterflies. I’ve been out here before – without the whole harness and leash contraption. Sometimes mom forgets to close the basement door and I can slide out through the garage.
Mom thinks I a good looking cat. I came to PetsConnect this past winter .. read more here. That seems so long ago.
I enjoy playing with Zeppy – who also got a set of Soft Paws!
He looks so silly!
Well, I don’t know what got into me .. but all the sudden I just had the urge to climb a tree!
Watch me go!
Peachy’s foster mom here — well, this was a turn of events!
Moral of this story – never trust a cat and drop the leash.
So, as I wondered how to explain to my neighbors who own the farm next door to watch for a cat with blue nails, a Christmas pattern like harness and a dog leash … and how they must think I truly have gone over the edge…. there was Peachy at the back door ready to come inside!
What a silly cat.
So, even with Soft Claws on her front feet – Peachy could scale trees – amazing.
She returned with all the Soft Claws intact – but the leash was gone.
Here are some more photos of Peachy:
Peachy is available for adoption. If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment.
Medical: She is spayed, micro chipped, wormed, and up to date on shots.
She has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on her once a month.
She has Soft Claws (nail caps for cats) on her front paws.
She has impeccable Litter box habits.
She is great with other cats, she is great with dogs too.
And she can climb trees!
Microchip: Included in the adoption is the registration of the AVID micro chip in the new owner’s name.
Adoption fee: $125 and that is quite a deal.