Tuesday, January 17, 2012


Samantha, our last kitten, loves helping. And the curling ribbon is irresistible!
She also loves Jesus, and payed several visits to the manger!
She never played around, just sat very respectfully along with the sheep, cow and donkey!
I know! She shouldn't be in the bread basket on the kitchen counter! She had been helping Uncle Bernard try to get the birds eating sunflower seeds in the window box, when she got tired evidently. You'll probably never want rolls at my house again!

Monday, November 14, 2011


It's going to be very hard to part with little "Sammy". Knowing that she is the last kitten we will be having due to the untimely passing of her father, Samson, makes it doubly hard. She grows sweeter and more lovable each day, following me everywhere, and immediately purring if she thinks you're going to pick her up. Someone needs to buy her soon, and rescue me from falling hopelessly in love with her.

Tuesday, November 08, 2011


"Oooo! Oooo! Pick me! Pick me!
Little "Samantha" is still available after notifying everyone on the waiting list.
"Sam" on the left with her sister, who is going to a wonderful lady on my waiting list. She's named her "Hannah".
"Sam" has perfect Snow Shoe markings with a little milk mustache.
Mother-daughter portrait with Sheba's last babies.

Saturday, October 29, 2011


July 19, our beloved pet Samson died suddenly, but not before fathering his last kittens. There's not a day that goes by that I don't miss him and mourn not just the loss of a pet, but of a way of life. For the last 13 years we have enjoyed raising many, many kittens, each with their own unique personality. There are many homes that are richer because of them. I've enjoyed so much meeting many wonderful people over the years, all who have one thing in common: they all love cats!
Hannah and Samantha, or Sammy after her dad (our nick names) are 6 weeks old and very hard to get to hold still for the camera, so for now these will have to do. They are both Seal Point Snow Shoes like their mother, Sheba.

As we only had 2 kittens, I'm afraid some of you on our waiting list will be disappointed. I will be contacting all of you this next week about availability. As for the future as to whether we look for another male to breed will be up to the Lord. Right now we're just really enjoying these last 2 very precious kittens.

Wednesday, June 08, 2011


Here is a picture of Mischief in her pretty pink collar that her new owner sent me. I finally figured out how to get it on the blog!


How does he do that?
By the way, we sold our little kitten Saturday. I've already gotten pictures of her in her new home and I'd post them if I could figure out how & where to find them! I'm told she's made herself right at home and is driving her new big brother, Rascal, crazy! They named her Mischief, so they'll make quite a pair I'm sure!

Friday, May 27, 2011


Where's Waldo, I mean Bernard?
Find him yet?

Oh, is that him hiding in the scrap booking cupboard?

Our newest kitten, a Seal Point Snowshoe like her mother, was born on April 9. As an only child, she is adored by all.
Her mother, Sheba, of course...
and even Uncle Bernard, when he's not overseeing scrap booking!

Saturday, December 25, 2010


Merry Christmas from the Browns' where Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without a litter of kittens playing with the ribbons and bows!
The three little kittens, they lost their mittens...I think they're laying on them.This lazy guy was a surprise Christmas present for a customer's lucky husband!

Little bro: Blue Point Snow Shoe is still available.

Female Seal Point Snow Shoe is also still available.