Suki, a 9 year old beautiful Manx in good health, friendly, cuddly and likes the company of people is looking for a temporary home for the months Feb-April in the NY state area. If you or any of your friends would be interested in having her around, or for any further questions please contact Ruth at email@example.com
All necessities (Food/Cat littler/bed will be provided)
Yaffa has her own favorite spot in the new house. She likes to sleep in the TV cabinet. It scares me when she does this because sometimes we close the door not realizing she is in the cabinet. But then she cries and cries until she gets out. I think she likes it in there because its cozy.
STATEN ISLAND!!! Thanks to everyone that guess the name of the bridge contest! The right answer is Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, and is the suspension bridge that connects Brooklyn to Staten Island. The bridge is over 2 miles long, and since its so long, when building it, the engineers had to consider the curvature of the earth. How cool is that!
We are going to have a drawing this week to pick the winner of the contest. For all those who guessed correctly, GOOD LUCK! Hope you win the prizes!
When we were getting ready for the move, we had boxes everywhere!! The cats were surprised we had brought home so many boxes to play with. They were so happy to be jumping around the boxes and hiding in them. Here's a great photo of Yaffa being the Queen of boxes. In our last post we had a photo of the bridge near our house and no one knew which bridge it was. So we thought....What a great way to have a CONTEST. Correctly name this bridge and be entered into our Holiday Contest and win a prize! Here is a close up of the bridge. This might help you out. Good luck!
The cats are a bit miffed at us..... because we moved! And they have to get used to a new house and new house smells. I'll post photos of the new place soon. For now, here is a picture to provide a hint to where we moved to. Do you know what bridge this is, and where we went?
Novice urban gardener & beekeeper documenting my adventures in gardening in NYC. I garden by trial & error. My goal is to grow my own organic food, recycle & conserve.
I would love to do a seed exchange or plant exchange with other New Yorkers. Contact me if you are interested.