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Here at Primcats House we live side by side with 14 wonderful cats. They are our children and we treat them as such. Everyone is spayed and neutered and they have the best of everything.
All 14 were at one time unwanted unloved strays who were rescued by us. They all went from being unwanted… straight into the lap of luxury! They have a huge outdoor cat enclosure, homemade raw food, distilled water, a home visit vet, 2 huge indoor cat trees, toys galore, and all the love they can stand. It’s all purrs around here.
There are two groups of cats in the Primcat Pride.
The Mini’s and the Biggie’s.
The 6 mini’s came to us as a litter of 3 week old fosters from our local humane society in 2005. The humane society was over run with rescue animals from Hurricane Katrina and we took them in temporarily. My heart is far to big though, I am no longer foster mom material, and I fell in love and could not give them up. We adopted all 6 Tortoiseshell kittens. 4 black tortie’s and 2 dilute gray tortie’s.
Tracy was an addition to the mini’s and though she isn’t really a part of their litter she fit right in. She is a dilute tortie and is small like the mini’s. She was dumped by her old owner in down town Columbus, Ohio on January 3, 2008. I spent 3 weeks walking the streets in the dead of winter searching for her, working with homeless in the area to help me find her, putting up fliers and visiting humane societies and rescues hoping she would pop up.
By the grace of God and an angel on Tracy’s shoulder she was found and returned to me by a good Samaritan via way of one of the thousands of a lost cat posts I had put out on the web. It was a miracle.
Meet the Mini’s…
Tracy – The Cat-Dog.
Ebby – The Queen
Gizzy – The bed hog.
Chennifer - The lovey licker.
Punky –The talker.
Poofie – The cutie pie.
Katrina – The bad cat.
The Biggies are the other group within the pride. They all came to us via a feral cat that lived on our property when we moved here in 2000. All the biggie’s were born to a feral mom in the brief time that it took me to trap her and get her to the Humane Society to be spayed. They are all very, very large cats and shock all who meet them because of their size. They are all big, tall, long, muscular cats.
Pierre’ is the only outside cat we have. She is Mr. Primcats shop cat. Her job is to keep his shop free of mice and she does her job well. She also has access to the house garage and spends a lot of time up there with is too. She is her feral mothers daughter… not fully feral but easily snaps at the twitch of a whisker for no reason. Everyone who spends time with her ends up with a war wound from her. lol. She’s a bad little one eyed pirate cat but we love her and spoil her just the same. She has it good here at Primcats House too.
Meet the biggies…
Pierre – The one eyed pirate cat.
Phat Boy – The snuggler.
Smokey – The jester
Rascal – The rascal.
Dottie – The neurotic one.
Baby Bear – The baby.
Fifi Le’ Purr – The sweet one.
Where do the Primcats live?
Inside Primcats house…
And outside in a 2,100 square foot cat safe enclosure where they love to spend time catching bugs and sunning themselves. They are free to come in and out as they please.
The cat trees…
In the living room.
You can see the cat door to the enclosure here.
In the kitchen…
So that sums up the Primcats and their home. I hope you enjoyed meeting them. Blessings,
Thanks for stopping by my blog. My name is Carmen and this is my little corner of the internet. Since June 2009 my blog has focused on my love of primitive décor but I am currently delving into my other passion as well... cats and their wellbeing. Ergo… Primcats!
I am a Feline Wellness Advocate and Nutritional Consultant. I believe in and support ideals for a high quality of life for all our furry friends. I also participate in rescue, transport & feline education. I am a huge supporter of early Spay/Neuter and Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) programs. I hope by sharing my knowledge here that Feline Wellness ideology will spread far & wide so we can all contribute to make a positive difference in the lives of cats.
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