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More Angus & Maltilda photographs

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

More Angus & Maltilda photographs

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Angus & Matilda

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

The kittens have been named Angus & Matilda, and are doing very well, Esther still not keen, litter trained already – very good. Tilly is the brain, Angus well he’s just mad!

Angus Little Boy. Gus “Honeybun” for short!

Matilda Little Girl. “Tilly” for short.

They have their own webpages here which have been updated again with pictures taken on the 3 July 2007. It’s much easier for me to add pictures to these dynamic pages, rather than add images to the blog!

Folks in Somerset, Devon & Cornwall will understand the Gus reference! Remember the mushroom! That’s mushroom not mushrooms!

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New Kittens!

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

We collected two new kittens today, friends for Esther to keep her entertained during the day. I’ve finally moved enough boxes into the attic, so the kittens could have their own room. The third bedroom.

A ginger and white little boy, and a tabby and white little girl.

They have their own webpages here:-

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In Memory of Esme

Sunday, August 20th, 2006

I’ve put a few photographs of Esme over the years here:-

I’m sure Esme would like you to visit!

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Esme will be sadly missed.

Friday, August 11th, 2006

A few pictures of Esme and Esther a few years ago. Esme was five and a half years old when she died. She died of Aspiration pneumonia.

Esme and Esther

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Bye Bye Esmo!

Friday, August 11th, 2006

Unfortunately Esme will not be joining us in our New House.

Esmes condition worsened overnight and she died peacefully in her sleep.

We are devastated by her loss, she will be sadly missed, by Lindsey, Andy and Esther.

Bye Bye Esmo, love you, you will always be remembered in our hearts and minds.

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Esme’s Condition

Wednesday, August 9th, 2006

The Vet confirmed after examining Esme this morning, that she is suffering from Aspiration pneumonia. To help her breath more easily she was given oxygen, late this afternoon, the oxygen was removed. She’s been kept in overnight for observation and agressive treatment for Aspiration pneumonia. We will be updated on her condition tomorrow morning. A sleepless night ahead! We are deeply concerned about her welfare, and hope she fights this illness.

Aspiration pneumonia (or aspiration pneumonitis) is caused by aspirating oral or gastric contents, either while eating, or after reflux or vomiting.

Esme & Esther No.2
Another photograph of Esme (on left) & Esther (on right)

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