Bane says: "What? How many days until Christmas?" He's back at the shelter now and waiting for his new home. I hope he gets there for Christmas. What a great gift he would make! Bane and his sister Helga spent time at our home getting bigger and better. He's cuddly, social, and happy-go-lucky.
We had four kittens go back to the shelter this week: Bane, his sister Helga, Pickle, and Pom Pom (see my previous blog post...she was immediately adopted and went to live in Jackson.)
This is a shot of Helga when she was younger. You can tell by her ears that she's going to be a big girl.
Pickle was a tricky kitten -- we took her in six or eight weeks ago. She was the runt of her litter and borderline feral. She didn't trust people and hissed and hid from us the first two weeks. Over time, though, she became more and more trusting, loving, and happy to be held. Now, she's very sweet, purrs loudly when she's being petted, and she's looking for her home for the holidays.
December's Angel is finished -- and I've only got one angel left to go in my Raise the Roof angels series (January). This one was fun to stitch, and it's available for purchase in my Etsy shop Letters Great and Small. I'm printing today and getting ready to ship charts to Norden Crafts and Hoffman Distributing.
Christmas is much too close for comfort, don't you think? I'm starting to pull my gifts together (I purchase some early throughout the year), and I'm busy working on pieces for my friends Jennifer and Kathy. The 2.0+ cheaters I bought are working great, and I am blazing through the X's. I hope you're blazing through your X's, too!