Mother Keedie is the mother of my cats. She has a son, SnowPuff, a white long-haired male with one blue eye and one green eye, and a daughter, Misty Beebe, a calico female with double paws. Mother Keedie herself is a tri-color tabby striped female with lots of white fur and markings in a dark gray and a rich golden tan and brown with stripes. She is a long-hair, 7 years old. She has the wisdom of a mother, from life outdoors in the wild as a young kitten, to growing up and bearing her first litter in my back yard, to a more comfortable and sheltered life in our home as an adult with her children. She's pictured above in her "mothering dress." Mother Keedie answers questions and offers advice about common problems regarding raising and training young kittens. She also offers her own personal recipes for new mothers just starting out. You may send email for her to TygerStar 079 at the address below. It will be forwarded to her and she'll post her answers here. She welcomes you to her webpage and hopes you enjoy your visit here!
Mother Keedie sez: "For our first entry, we will discuss the great art of bird-catching in the wild. Although it's not the best diet to live on, catching birds is one of the better ways to insure yourself of having enough proteins to eat. Hiding yourself behind a good bush and creeping ever so quietly and carefully along, the bird will never know you're there, stalking him. Suddenly, you can make your move. Pounce quickly on the unsuspecting bird, one quick bite, and you have your dinner, all ready to eat. However, it is highly recommended that you try begging at house doors and windows. Most humans are a push-over and will provide you with a free and easy meal. That's how I got my home, in fact. A few choice meows at the appropriate window, not forgetting to deposit a litter of kittens at the back porch doorsteps, and there you have it, a brand new home! Comments and suggestions are always welcome. See you next time!
Purrrrrrrrr, Mama Keedie, gourmet extraordinare"