Looks like you are settling right in Coco!
People often ask me how can I let a kitty go that has lived with me so long...and it is for this very reason. To see Coco getting so much attention and lovin' makes my heart smile. Working full time and having a 2 hour commute each day takes a big chunk out of the time I am able to spend with my precious cats and I'll be the first to say I often feel guilty about that.And believe me, I got references from all the catblogosphere with regards to ML and Charley's fine character and cat loving ways. I got the same info from their veterinarian, too. For me, that clinched the deal and plans were made to let Coco wing her way to Texas to share the rest of her life with the Sherwoods.I now have another blog to follow too and show off every post to my coworkers at the cat hospital where I work and everyone is sooooo happy for Coco, too!
Coco, we are so glad that you are enjoying your new life in Texas. When are you going to start meeting your new brothers and sisters?Tavi, Cody, Camie, Miss Jade and Gracie
Oh Coco, you have found the most perfect home. Your mom Teri couldn't have found a more loving place anywhere. We are so glad you and mom ML are so happy together.
Forgot to say to come by and get a welcome home tag from our sidebar :)
It looks like Coco is already fitting in to her new home quite well!
Seeing you the past couple of days has been such a joy! Coco, I'm proud to serve in your cabinet as Secretary of Socks!.
We love seeing the photos of you in your new home Coco. It looks like you're having a great time with Mommy ML.PurrsGypsy & Tasha