Sunday, March 22, 2020


   Hello everybody!!!

     Abigail has had her kittens.  On March 13th she had 5 kittens who are all doing very well.  I have been trying to contact the ones on my waiting list first.  So if you KNOW you are on my waiting list and I haven't reached you yet, please contact me at 540-445-0630, or
     I just tried to post the pictures , but they are not showing available right now.  So I will have to wait on that for now.  I  will just tell you the description (so far) of the kittens, as you know, the Colorpoints don't show their colorings at this early stage.  Except one Colorpoint boy has a white band of color over his shoulders and around his neck.  So distinctive and cute.  I'll bet he is going to be QUITE handsome when he is grown.
     ABIGAIL had 4 Colorpoint boys and one little girl who is a Black and White Tabby.  Now I have tried reaching the one person who she is supposed to belong to, time will tell if she is adopted.

     Our move has been successful and the cats seem to have settled into their new homes and their new routines.  I am in the rurals now and was able to set up Kitty Cabins for the breeder girls and a separate one, of course, for Garreth.  They seem to be thriving in the country air provided through their multiple windows in their Cabin.  They are still indoor kitties, but now have their own space to play, sleep, hang out and have me to themselves for hours each day.  They all love it as far as I can tell.  My oldest cat is Toby and closing in on 9 years of age, he is my one exception to the indoor rule.  He is so happy to roam around outside, he seldom wants to come in.  He is the one with diabetes and he comes in and eats and gets his 'Vetsulin' shot and cuddles for a while and then goes to the door to go back outside.  He is neutered and has his rabies shot and vaccinations.  I want him to be safe and happy.   He is a wonderful cat.
     Maliha is my oldest girl, also closing in on 9 years old and is my "bedsitter" cat. (smile) Thank you to all the well wishers and ones who have sent in their cat pictures to be used on a future blog.  That is going to be a fun spot!!!
     I also want to start trying my hand at videos again.  I will get better at it the more I use the techniques my daughter teaches me.  Now that we are moved, I can concentrate more on using the skills she trys to teach me.  (smile)
     With the health concerns keeping everyone home for a while, it is a perfect time to adopt a kitten and have a cuddle companion and have the time to devote to bonding together.

     Well, that's about it for now, and as soon as I sync up my pictures to the computer, or  whatever is wrong with that at this time, I will post the cutest pictures of ABIGAIL with her newborns.  If you are interested in adopting a kitten (4 boys; 1 girl) please contact me, Doreene Richmond, at 540-445-0630 or cherished

     If "Ryan" could call me as soon as possible, that would be wonderful.  Thank you.

Please stay safe and well, and wash your hands a lot through the day.  If you bring things into your house from the store or anywhere, remember to wash and sanitize it before putting it away and then wash your hands again.  A tip I got after I brought and put away groceries, so I took things out and washed them or ran a clorox wipe over them. them put them away again.

     Have a fabulous day and remember "Make each day your masterpiece"
Your Low Allergen  Kitten contact,
Doreene Richmond

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