Stinky the Farm Cat
Stinky is the most senior cat on the Farm. You can read how she came to be with the publicist in her intermew. She is a pretty tabby girl and spends most of her day napping. She does occasionally get the crazies and go running about but she mostly likes to sleep on her heated cat pad.
She is definitely outnmumber by the pesky boy cats.
Pumpkin the Farm Cat
Pumpkin is next eldest, we think. Since no one really knows how old he is. You can read how Pumpkin came to the Farm in his intermew. Pumpkin is much more comfortable on the Farm now and spends his summers outside basking in the sun.
He still does love treats, though.
Sherpa the Farm Cat
Sherpa is our shelter cat. He was a very special present from the male person to the publicist. You can read his intermew to learn how he came to the Farm. He is a big, beautiful orange boy.
He has no shame.
Harry the Farm Cat
Harry is the baby cat of the Farm family. He was a stray cat that a neighbor found and brought to the publicist. It seems that he was never intermewed! But AbbyGoat did introduce him. Harry is the mouser of the Farm cat family and he spends a lot of time in the barn huntin’ mousie.
He also likes to sleep. He IS a cat.
Snowy the Farm Cat
Snowy was brought to the Farm by a neighbor. She had been begging for several days but the neighbor couldn’t keep her so who did she call? The crazy lady who already had four cats of course. So what could I do but take her in.
You can read all about how she came to be part of the family HERE. She is a feisty girl and she doesn’t fail to make her opinions known. She loves to run around outside and climb trees!
It took her a while to integrate with the other cats in the yurt but she has settled in quite nicely – after about three months. She has even turned into an almost cuddle cat. I’m sure she’ll be keeping us on our toes for years to come.
Kitty the Honorary Farm Cat
Kitty is a feral cat that is super skittish. We have been feeding him for a long time now. We set up an outside shelter so that Kitty has a safe, warm and dry place to sleep. For now, as best as I can see, Kitty is an intact male.
So for now we are just caring for Kitty as best we can by providing good food and shelter. Soon Kitty with have a pompomectomy and that will be better for his health.
I hope you enjoyed meeting all of the Farm cats. They like appearing on my blog but they are the stars of my Instagram. You can check there daily for photos of their exploits.