Welcome to our website...the website of Lacey, Ellie and Princess.
Our beautiful cats...please have a look around and leave a guest book comment.
All three cats are adopted, loved, pampered and adored by my husband and I and our two children.
To the right is Lacey she came to us 3 years ago when she was just 2, her previous owners were moving out of the country and didn't want Lacey to be part of that move.
But the owner did tell us that her husband didn't like cats much and that he was more of a dog man.
Lacey is a very placid can and so affectionate.
This is little Ellie whom we adopted 8 months ago from a family in Gosport..she's a tiny little girl for 2 years old.
She has a rather odd personality, she likes things on her terms and her terms only, She will let us know when it's ok to stroke her but rarely like affection.
Ellie likes to hide most of the time..the reason for this is because her previous owners had a dog which she didn't like and it scared her.
She is a small cat and the vet thinks must of been the runt of the litter, she is fit and healthy just small framed.
Ellie is very timid, she wouldn't go outdoors for 4 months but now enjoys going out for an hour or so to chase the birds.
When Ellie arrived with us she was unspayed so we had her spayed 3 months ago, she recovered very quickly and was soon back to her usual self,
Ellie is a tortoiseshell British Shorthair.
Princess is our latest addition, she arrived a few weeks ago.
She's a beautiful grey tabby with the softest fur I've ever felt in my life.
Princess hasn't always been called that...her previous owners were under the impresssion she was a he, easy mistake to make but the vet soon cleared that up for them.
Princess has been spayed and she has a beautiful nature and is very affectionate.
She gets on very well with Lacey although she isn't the best of friends with Ellie, who just likes to hiss at her every time she sees her.
Princess is quite a sleepy cat, she has decides she like to sleep in our sons bed during the day and sleep in the garden at night time.
I think this will soon change as the colder weather arrives.