More purring. Lots of purring.
Today’s special guest is a neighborhood cat who took some time out from patrolling to say hi and record. This is Quan/Kwan. I asked about the spelling but our guest is a cat and didn’t answer. Spelled as Quan it is Vietnamese meaning soldier. Spelled as Kwan it’s Korean and means strong. Either way our neighborhood is well served.
Nearly 3 minutes of purring.
Wash your hands, avoid crowds, listen to Momcat purring.
Lady Jean Grey Kranz flight director says “Purring is always an option”. Tough and competent purring.
Wilma is our foster fail miracle. She was part of a bonded pair of foster cats that had an adopter. As we took her to be chipped as part of the final part of being adopted the shelter found a mass underneath her tongue consistent with an aggressive cancer. We talked with the potential adopter and they were not up for taking that on. Years later she is still with us and doing well. Currently she is on thyroid meds and a steroid for IBS. She is hungry all the time and we are just happy to have her around still. This week she has taken to curling up with the dog which makes the dog nervous but willing to cooperated with her for the shared nap times.
Lady Momcat Jean Grey Kranz is what the shelter called a Chesapeake Blue which is fancy speak for a grey cat found on the streets of Baltimore.
B Lamiuex is another one of Purrcast’s cat sitting featured feline’s. B is the house cat for Annie Howe Paper Cuts.