Introducing Isis

Last night, Bessie and I rescued a little stray in the alley behind The Wren's Nest.
She is all-black, with the orangest eyes we've ever seen in a cat. A true Halloween kitty.
Bessie instantly bonded with the affectionate little girl, and I think Inkie is going to have a sister.
She didn't want to sit still long enough for a photo session, so this is the best I could do this morning. When she's not doing figure 8's between your ankles, she's scratching and biting at fleas.
Right now Isis, as Bessie immediately started calling her, is down in the store's basement.
Yes, the poor thing is ate-up with fleas --- I mean, I've never seen fleas this bad on an animal, and we need to get that taken care of ASAP. But despite her infestation, she is so sweet and affectionate, with a BIG purr. And aside from the fleas, she seems VERY healthy -- a bit underweight, but Bessie and I will fix that right up!
Bessie's on her way now, with some flea stuff, but I think she may need to go to the V-E-T for a dip, they're that bad. We'll keep you up-dated on our latest little rescue furball, Isis.

Mo and The Purries

18 comments :

  1. Oh I think the kitties in your area have been talking and they know you will help them if they need a home.

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  2. Poor Isis! I don't like fleas. You know what? You are super nice and all the kitties in your town are going to want to come live in your basement!

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  3. if there is a cat anywhere you will find it honey. i love you...

    smiles, bee

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  4. Isis looks very sweet. :) How wonderful of you to help rescue another homeless kitty, Not The Mama. You are truly an angel! Poor little Isis with all those fleas. I hope they leave her ASAP!

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  5. Nice to meetcha, Isis! You are one beautiful girl. And I think your luck is about to change for the better now.

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  6. yup - word's out. kitties in need should go right to Not The Mama's shop for love and care. you're purry wonnerful! oh, and Grr wants to give you Lucy.

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  7. You do have a way of attracting strays!

    Poor Isis. She'll be feeling much better after those nasty fleas are gone.

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  8. Wow! What a sweetie.But then I have a soft spot for black cats.

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  9. She is beautiful...her eyes are brilliant. I think she knew that you two are the bestest people in the world to find and go to for help.

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  10. Yup, yoor a cat magnet. We think there may be invisible signs all over directing homeless cats to your door. Don't laugh, they used to be in our neighborhood sending all those strays to our house!

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  11. I'm truly touched. You guys are absolute angels. Isis came to the right place. Can't wait to hear how things go for her.

    :)

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  12. Mo, what is it with you and stray black kittens/cats? Isn't that the 3rd one this year you've found? Obviously, they are put in your path for a reason. Bless your heart!

    Luf, Us & Maw

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  13. Isis knows she's home at last. This is wonderful news.

    Moe & Mindy

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  14. God knows where to send them, doesn't he?
    Smooches to you!

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  15. She looks like my Cricket! Wow the Kitty Guardian Angels sure know where to send them :)
    Blessings to you all,
    Lorianna

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  16. meower mom3:24 PM

    oh, the Great Goddess will bless you real good for this! the name alone would do it, but caring for the poor and helpless . . . well, wow! we are glad this li'l girl was guided to you!! so sweet you all are!

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  17. Those most definitely are the orangest eyes I have ever seen!

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  18. I love black cats. :)
    Glad she's already got someone to adopt her!

    Soon we can start calling Bessie the new Cat Lady.

    With love, of course. :)

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