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Hello Kitty

I’ve been holding off on this, but we now have a new member of our household. Meet Eero (pronounced “Arrow”), a nine month-old female siamese mix — that’s what the Humane Society told us at any rate. We adopted her on October 21st. We came to the local H.S. with an open mind, wanting to pick either a dog or a cat, but after looking around none of the critters really spoke to us. We returned to the cat section to find that they had put out several new felines — including Eero. For Christopher it was love at first sight, so we snatched her up and took her home. After brief bouts with vomiting and sneezing, it appears that she has adjusted to us pretty well. Where our old cat Eames was mellow, Eero is a rambunctious kitty full of energy. At the same time, she can be very sweet and gentle. They told us she was a stray, but she seems perfectly comfortable with humans (right now she’s taking a nap on my lap).

By the way, I heartily recommend visiting your local Humane Society if you’re looking for a pet. Our experience couldn’t have been better — nice staff, easy (and cheap) adoption process, and we were even supplied with free food, toys and provisions. The animals already come fixed and with the proper immunizations. One of the employees at our local H.S. told us that nearly every animal that comes through their doors gets adopted; they only euthanize in cases where the animal is no longer healthy enough to adopt out. With so many friendly cats and dogs (and other critters) ready for loving homes, you have a win-win situation. It certainly was for us.

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10 Thoughts on “Hello Kitty

  1. Wow… she looks adorable in that picture. Very relaxed and contented. Glad she found a home with you boys!

  2. Congrats to the two new dads!! Eero is quite a looker. Give her a scratch right above the eyes/between the ears for me.

  3. Oh my God, that is the cutest thing ever.

    She is in what we always used to call the “hovercraft postion.”

    I miss having a kitty!

  4. Christopher on November 3, 2006 at 8:10 am said:

    Matt did not mention that we also got a certificate for a free well-cat checkup at a select group of vets.

    It turned out our own vet accepts the certificate, so we got that free, too!

    In fact, when you add it all up, we got about $200 worth of goods, services and shots for $27.50!

  5. Aww… what a cute! Does she use the computer? My cats don’t care so much for the computer after I had put a lot of stuff next to it.

    I agree with you, adopt is a great solution. I won of my cats (Rousseau) and the last one I found on the streets when he was a little boy, meowing and starving. Actually he has the same age of your beautiful Eero.

    How about some more photos of her on Flickr? :)

  6. Mass Bradley on November 3, 2006 at 10:54 am said:

    I’m so glad for you!
    You’ll have years of love together!

  7. Bibi – Eero is pictured here next to the computer more because she likes being near us. I don’t think she cares one way or the other about computers. Unfortunately she’s disturbed my sleep by poking her face right up to mine!

    When I get more pictures, I’ll post them to flickr. Thanks!

  8. What a sweet beautiful kitty! Yvette is going to be so jealous, as she really wanted to get a Siamese. I can see that she’s resting up for some craziness. So when can we come visit? ;)

  9. What a sweet beautiful kitty! Yvette is going to be so jealous, as she really wanted to get a Siamese. I can see that she’s resting up for some craziness. So when can we come visit? ;)

  10. Awwww, so cute! I love cats. My cat is also a stray cat I adopted. She’s called Gatochy. =^.^=

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