Hello Marzie, all members and viewers,
"HAPPY FLUFFY FRIDAY"
As promised in my previous FF post, this is picture of Cuddly, father of my dearest Oscar who died a few months back. Cuddly is so adorable and only loves his own company. It is difficult to try and take good pics of him, he cannot sit still and always like to move around which make it so difficult for me to snap pics of him. In spite of the difficulty, I managed to snap some of his pics. In this pic as you can see I was actually holding him to a get a shot of this picture and so part of my figure is visible on his chest, sorry about that.
Cuddly likes to be cuddled, and so it is the right name for him. He has nice green set eyes. He was left at my compound when he was just a tiny kitten and Oscar was his "accident baby". I knew at once that Cuddly was father because Cuddly was the only male cat not spayed mixed with the other rescued female cats in my shelter. The other two big male cats not spayed were in their cages and still in cages separately because I do not intend to breed and have more kittens. I wanted so badly to give away these not spayed male cats because it is not right for them to be put in cages. In order to spay them I have to go to Kuala Terengganu, hopefully if I have someone who can take me there, I can then spay Shimba, Ginger Bread Boy and Cuddly.
As I mentioned in my earlier post(s) all mine male and female are spayed and neutered in Kuala Lumpur before I shifted here in Marang, Terengganu. I did not expect that Cuddly grew up so fast till one day, one of the female cats which I took from the Beach House got pregnant. She gave birth to four beautiful kittens, two died when they were young, one was given away with another rescued kitten to a cat lover leaving behind Oscar. But not for long, it is quite sad that Oscar being my favourite had to go so soon. I thought I could see him grow up and curious to get to know him better. He was such a gorgeous growing up kitten with unique colour furs, very similar to White Tiger. He had big set eyes and thick and long bushy and fluffy tail, he looked so grand when we walked the floor. All those people who visited me to view all my rescued cats and kittens requested for Oscar. I did not expect Oscar to leave me so soon since he was the biggest and the strongest among the four kittens. I still miss him so much till today and each time I see his grave, it is so heart breaking!