Monday, March 17, 2014

Radio Silence

Geoff and I are working on buying a house, which, as I'm sure many of you know, it's quite a process. It's taking a lot out of me and I don't have much time or energy left over for blogging, so I hope you'll forgive me. On the upside, the cats are getting lots and lots of snuggles as I take advantage of their natural blood pressure-reducing abilities.

And you'll be pleased to know that one of my first thoughts on seeing the house was, "Now, where shall we put the catio?"

9 comments:

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

My human will always remember the first house she bought and the whole process around it! She says it was one of the most invasive things she ever had to go through! It was much easier the next two times... although selling the second house (in 2006) was not fun!

Fuzzy Tales said...

Oh, we have our paws crossed for you! We've only ever lived in this one townhouse, and it's the only one our human has ever had--and it was her ex who did it all then, so she'd have a huge learning curve to sell and move elsewhere!

Good luck!

Alice Marie said...

Don't worry...we cats always land on our feet and I'm sure Scarlett and Melly will help you get through the process.

Rene said...

Congratulations--the cats are going to love being in a house! I hope the hunt is soon over and you find the house with the perfect catio. :-)

Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

When i was buying a new (to me) car, I had a few requirements, one of which was that eight cat carriers would fit in it..

Hope you get settled quickly!

ChiLibrarian said...

Congrats on the soon-to-be new house! I bought my first house completely on my own. I was so stressed that I had to get a night guard because I was clenching my jaws and grinding my teeth at night. But I'm so happy I did it. And my kitties settled right in.

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

TBT here: I remeber buying my house. It was nerve-rackng and I even visited a lot to see how it was done.

I would like to move again (after 27 years) to a house with only 3' walls (except for bedroom and bathrooms, of course) for openess.

But I bet I never do... Moving is too hard

Karen said...

Good luck, have as much as you can (I always say if a 'marriage' can survive real estate, it can survive anything!), and can't wait to see you and the kittehs back.

Rene said...

Thought you'd like to know that the Captain America shirt is still traveling: http://thecatonmyhead.com/thankful-thursday-with-captain-america/