Thank you Diane.  She's doing just what I want.   I lay down on the bed and the 
little precious jumped up and curled right up along side of me, stretched out 
and made sure she had her little paw on my hand before dozing off.  She hasn't 
stopped purring since she's been here.  The first thing she did when she got 
home was to go over to Lennie who was sleeping in HER new bed, put her nose on 
his and woke him up.  Poor Len was so startled, hissed at her a couple times 
and that was that.  Snowy just walked away and went on exploring.  I think she 
is going to be a terrific addition if not a bit of a diva though.  When Bob 
came upstairs to see her and was leaving she blatted at him as if to say, hey, 
the new cat is here, get back and pet me.  I think Snowy is gonna be a bit of a 
high maintenance girl, but we're used to it with our very spoiled Lennie.  

I hope BooBoo is proud that we took this little one in.  I'm pressing some 
flowers from the arrangement his vet sent to us.  They'll go into his little 
momento box.

Lynne
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Diane Rosenfeldt 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2008 11:40 AM
  Subject: RE: ournewbaby


  Many congratulations on the new arrival!!  I'm sure she'll have lots of fun 
exploring her new domain!  Wait till she finds out how lucky she is to have 
found you guys.  I'm sure Boo is very proud.

  Diane R.



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  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Lynne
  Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2008 11:14 AM
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
  Subject: ournewbaby


  We met the foster mom of the cat we adopted at the vets this morning and now 
have our new little girl home.  She was a rescued cat from this horrible shop 
owner in town.  I was expecting to meet a kind of pathetic looking little kitty 
but to our surprise, she's a 9 pound gorgeous white persian with amber colored 
eyes.  She's absolutely beautiful but for the moment prefers to be upstairs on 
her own.  We're not forcing ourselves on her but the foster mom says she is 
very affectionate and loves attention.  She inspected every inch of the house 
and will come down when she wants to.  We are just so happy to finally have her 
here.  She has never had a real home, just a pet store and the foster mom.  

  Lynne

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