Friday, 1 August 2008

Gandalf and Blue

Gandalf has a new friend - Mums cat Blue. Today she was laying on this mini garden bench, she looked soooooo cute I ran inside for my camera to take a snap shot, I was doing my David Bailey when who should casually come and join the session my darling Gandalf.

Gandalf is doing well and responding well to his indoor life, he was allowed out briefly today for his camera shoot.

Friday, 18 July 2008


Hi All,

Gandalf is doing ok now, He also had an accident on the road outside our house. We are all still very upset about Frodo and now poor Gandalf had what must have been an almost trip to Rainbow Bridge. The road is a quiet one but when cars use it they do sometimes come along it fast. The hardest thing now is what to do? He loves being outside but paranoid is not the word, when I let him out I follow him everywhere then scoop him if he goes anywhere near the gate, fence or end of the garden. The good thing is he does like to be with me so he tends to stay close but it's that what if that is hard to cope with, I couldn't face loosing Gandalf as well.

I will try and post more updates sorry this is another sad story but the good news is that he is still with us.

Bye for now
Chez :-} x

Sunday, 22 June 2008

Remembering Frodo

We are devastated. I am really sorry to inform you that I found Frodo at the side of the road a couple of weeks ago. He was a real explorer and loved being outside and as we live on a farm with woods and fields all around it seemed the perfect haven but when he wasn't about one night and didn't come to our calls we got worried. The following morning I spent hours looking for him and then kept going out and calling. I expected and prepared myself for the worst but secretly wished for a miracle and then sadly found him. I have been going through the day before he left to try and analyse what I could or should have done but they were so happy. I know time and family are good healers but at the moment all I can think about is how much We loved him in the short time We had him. Gandalf is beside himself and cries out constantly - if you have any advice on what I can do to help him please let me know.

Wednesday, 14 May 2008

Are they enjoying thier new found freedom?

Corrinne asked "How are Frodo and Gandalf enjoying their new found freedom? Do they wander far from home? Are they good at coming home when they've been out wandering?"

Gandalf and Frodo seem to spend most of their time in the conservatory on top of the cupboard asleep - They wake up have a quick play fight, eat then it's resume position on the cupboard. I must add that they have a cat flap now and can come and go as they please and most mornings I have a gift, usually a tiny little shrew or a be-headed mouse... Mmm nice! Just to add to this post. This morning we got a baby rabbit - Frodo sat next to it looking like he had just been out on safari and ever so proud of himself.

By the way Corrinne, do you think Frodo has a lion look about him, like your Merry? Does he have little tufts on the tips of his ears? Also, Gandalfs ear has a small nick out of it like Merry.

Friday, 9 May 2008

Arrrrrrrrrrrrgh! - They're on the roof

What are they looking at?

Spot the Cats

Friday, 18 April 2008

They're out...

This was worse than my daughters first day at school, I was so worried that I spent the first 10 minutes chasing them back in... Phew!! Best stay in for the rest of the day.

Saturday, 29 March 2008

Georgia and Frodo

2 Weeks Today

I can't believe it has been two weeks since I brought home Frodo and Gandalf .

I've bought lovely beds for the boys and they still prefer a cardboard box. Typical!!!!!

Saturday, 22 March 2008

It's a hard life...

At last the boys are coming around to the idea of snuggling up on a lap and anywhere else that's cosy.

one night i fell fast asleep on the sofa and both of the cats gandalf and frodo fell asleep on me. by Georgia

Frodo and the sock...

We had visitors today and after they had all gone home Gandalf and Frodo came out from hiding and started the process of checking to make sure all was well, when Frodo came across a sock in the middle of the floor... He spent the next ten mins or so stalking this sock and any small movement made him almost jump out of his skin, no matter how much Gandalf tried to take his mind of the sock Frodo was convinced it was some kind of daemon and needed to be watched very carefully - Then swoosh out came the claws and a swipe at the sock, it got stuck to his claw and poor Frodo jumped nearly 10ft in the air. Bless him!!!

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Wednesday, 19 March 2008

Frodo between two fluffy cushions

Frodo on the sofa


The RSPCA does an AMAZING job. But they always need donations. To donate, please send a cheque made out to RSPCA to: RSPCA Ashford Garden Cattery, 34 Station Road, Ashford, Kent, TN23 1PH


By road the journey would have taken at least 7 hours return trip, by air it took a total of 3 hours.

I was so lucky to have been offered a lift in a plane to go and collect my two lovely boys from here in Suffolk, a friend of a friend has a plane in the village where we live so how could I turn an opportunity like that down and Leslie from the centre was kind enough to bring the boys from the RSPCA cattery in Ashfield to the Airfield in Kent.

Friday, 14 March 2008

Sam and Leslie at the airfield

Tuesday, 11 March 2008


Hi I'm Frodo and Myself and my brother Gandalf have been adopted by Chez and her family from the RSPCA. We have gone to live in a semi-rural village in Suffolk and have now got loads of space to explore, get up to no good in and maybe even find a few rodents to have around for tea (hehe). So here is where our adventure begins...The RSPCA does an AMAZING job. But they always need donations. To donate, please send a cheque made out to RSPCA to: RSPCA Ashford Garden Cattery, 34 Station Road, Ashford, Kent, TN23 1PH