Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Popps on Wednesday

Popps going crazypants
You can watch it  here as well. You can see her joy in playing with her cube. No one else is allowed anywhere near it anymore.
 This happened only yesterday where she was so tired she had to get out and rest
No one can take her ball away from her. She keeps it close.

Popps loves the cube as it allows her to play in private but in public at the same time. She loves batting the ball and would chase it about. Before I would have to retrieve it for her but now, she races after it and manouvers the cube over the ball. Sometimes she just stays in the cube as she can be in the middle of the room and still hidden from view :)

Fern: "Popps is very happy. She said finally she got everything and feels loved and wanted." I also asked Fern why she meows when she is in the kitchen. I don't close the kitchen door anymore and she can walk about the house as she wants. "She said she wanted someone to be with her in there." She has put on some weight though.

PS: Grandma is having some difficulty with her name so we now call her Popps.


Katnip Lounge said...

It makes us SO happy to see Popps blossoming into a happy housecat!

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

We love, love, LOVE seeing Popps turn into a happy and playful cat, enjoying all the great things about being part of the Amigos family!

The Chans

Eileen said...

Poppy, we see that you are very playful and full of beans. This must mean you are very happy to be in a loving forever home. Meow from Jessica

meowmeowmans said...

This makes us SO happy! We are overjoyed to know that Popps is loving her new life as a housecat. :)

Anonymous said...

Happiness is being able to play without worries. Thanks to San and furfriends for sharing home. ; D

Beau Beau & Angie said...

It is so cute when we see them hugging their toys to them. We went squeee when we saw the pic with her legs sticking straight out - how fun!
Thank you for coming by to say hi for Beau Beau. We so appreciate you taking the time. Every kind word helps. Purrs, and headbutts,
Angie and Mom Brenda