Wednesday, April 18, 2012

a new cat in the house

Yes, this happened sooner than expected, but I'd been visiting the Petsmart and other adoption centers over the past couple of weeks -- "It's OK to do this for practice," I said to myself. This little 2-year-old female had been at the Arundel Mills Petsmart, where I adopted Ollie in the fall of 2002, and I had a few opportunities to interact with her. Today, I took the plunge and brought her home.

She seems dazed by her new castle, but she's not skittish and has been staying close to me most of the time. She came with the name, Grace. I could change that, but calling her Gracey also appeals to me.

1 comment:

Jan Bowman said...

Congratulations Clayton,

Grace - a nice name and a great name for a cat, but Gracey works too, although, I am old enough to remember Gracey Allen, as in George Burns and Gracey Allen, but truly no matter what you call her, she is a lucky cat. Good Luck to you both.