Jim adopted Darwin from the Ipswich Animal Shelter in 2010.  He’s our big alpha boy with double paws [7 toes on each foot] and fangs that don’t fit into his mouth.  He always greets everyone at the door like a dog, and has been SO kind and gentle with our new girl Birdie.  He LOVES to sit outside the front stoop with Mommy, on his leash:

pets - darwin our polydactyl black cat        darwin in the living room alcove

darwin relaxing in the living room        darwin on brick front stoop with me, leash and slippers


Jim and I adopted General Bonkers from the Ipswich Animal Shelter in 2012.  He loves catnip, chasing the laser dot, and hanging out in his new catio!  He loves being outside, whether it’s in the catio, on his leash, or in my arms.  My Dad calls him “the most disheveled cat I’ve ever seen”:

pets - bonkers sitting on my new cutting board christmas morning        bonkers rubbing his face on the chicken wire of the outdoor cat enclosure / catio

bonkers investigating outdoor cat enclosure / catio leash        darwin, bonkers & birdie (40) pets page


Jim and I adopted Birdie from the Ipswich Animal Shelter in August, 2014.  She was found on a golf course, which is why they named her Birdie.  We were going to change it, but it suits her, since she’s so small and delicate!  She’s super sweet, but very aloof.  She doesn’t like interacting with the other cats, or us that much, although she LOVES to be brushed and have her neck and chin scratched, which I do with her every day:

birdie checking out the new living room alcove cat platforms        birdie with aqua and purple eyes, reflecting LED lights

pets4        birdie in pure bliss mode on her new upstairs hall cat platform

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