Saturday, February 02, 2008

Happy Groundcat's Day

News Flash #1!

"Puxatawnee Neelix" sees his shadow!

Tradition says there will be 6 more weeks of winter.

News Flash #2

The ultrasound showed two (maybe 3?) beating hearts.

Sometime around April 17, we'll be saying "Houston, we have babies"


Leigh said...

This is great! Who needs a groundhog when you have a handsome cat like Neelix? Very exciting news about Gwendolyn.

Sharon said...

A pox on Puxatawnee Neelix!!!! (Cute shot)

Kathy said...

I don't know about 6 more weeks, but we're sure getting blasted today. Oh well...with the big game down south maybe people will stay off the roads. It's terrible here: wind, snow, sleet, frozen stinging pellets - the works.

Glad to hear about Psycho Ewe...let's hope personality doesn't transfer, eh? LOL!

Feel better!

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

So is that horned sheep a "she"? And she's preggers? Why did you choose to ultrasound rather than just wait? Although it WOULD be nice to know, and I DO have a husband with an ultrasound. Hmm....

Last year we did u/s Valentine, and she wasn't pregnant after being bred at Lois' before coming to Boulderneigh. I have a gut feeling that she's not pregnant this year, either.

vlb5757 said...

OMGoondess, that's a lot of beating hearts! I can't wait to see if it's two or three! She must really feel tired. I would just lay down and rest if I was her! lol!

Tammy said...

Congrats Tina! I'm so happy that your ewe is pregnant. I know you were concerned that perhaps she was a she-he ;-) (My Grandmother had a cat named Hector He-She, because of course he turned out to be a she). Who did you breed her too? Does she and the ram carry spots? She has some nice head markings. Take care,

The Furry Fighter said...

thank you for coming over to my birthday party at the weekend, it was an honour to meet you!

aw..babies are on the way! xxx