Maggie, you're a fabulous example of a *formerly* feral. :-)How is Ande doing, is she okay?
Good Morning Magnolia. I love those crossed paws. They are needed around here so fanks you. XXXOOO
Is Ande still feeling alright?
I have always been a big friend of feral cats - of all cats, but especially formerly ferals!My assistant is going to look for some auction items this weekend. Your pal, Pip
Hi Magnolia...you are one very lucky kitty now that you live in a nice warm house!
You look terrific on your tree!!! We survived the monsoon too and we were surprised, the ferals ate pretty good through all that mess! I hope you all dry out soon!
Awwww Maggie - you look so cute sitting there like that. You and some of your siblings are purrfect examples of feral kitties that have become household pets, All it takes is a little time, patience, and lots of love.
Being "formerly feral" is a very good thing to be Maggie.Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
Maggie, we're so glad you are formerly feral and have such a great life now with your mom! We hope Ande is doing well!
You are most cute Maggie, and your daughter is even cuter. I'm just saying.Have a purrfect day. My best to your wonderful mom. :)
You blend in so nicely with the cat tree. :) We love how well you have adjusted to being a much beloved house kitty.
Maggie, it is so nice to hear you tell about losing your feralness. You look so sweet with your paws crossed.
meowloz maggie...hay, if ya iz wunderin what ta due two day; ewe N yur familee bee welcome ta trout towne; itza fryday fish fry N everee things on de grill...just knot burd :) we hope everee one haza grate week oh end; hope ande iz doin good !
Maggie we love how you are sitting on the cat tree...absolutely very lady like and not feral at all.Mom wants to know if you smell as sweet as a Magnolia?hugs madi and mom
Wells ain't you a purty little thang! I likes to sit and ponder world domination.Puddles
you aer such a cutie Maggie. as for what to do, we are sure that Mahoney could use a good chasing :)
You are a beauty!
What a beautiful feral you are indeed, Maggie! I once was also feral and Angel was a barn kitten.Laila
Feral cats ARE good cats, and you are certainly proof of that!! I'm so glad you have someone like Marg to rub your belly.
Hi there, Maggie! That tree of yours sure looks comfy. We are so glad that you are inside, and not so feral anymore. :)
Maggie, such a pretty girl like you should not have to live the kind of life so many ferals do. I would say you are lucky, but I really think your human is lucky to have you!
You look very happy and relaxed Maggie. We are glad you found Marg. It is no fun to be feral.
Formerly Ferals rule the roost! My paws are crossed for all who haven't found homes or shelter yet!Tipp (Trapped, Neutered and in a forever home)
Love you sweet Maggie, or do you prefer to be called Magnolia?
Formerly Feral = two of our favorite words :-)
Maggie, how we wish our MMM was like you!We are hoping Ande is doing well!
I think you are an inspiration to all feral kitties everywhere Maggie. Hope you have a wonderful day
Maggie...we're so glad you are FORMERLY feral!!The mom says she'll look for some auction items this weekend. (We think she's got a thing or two.)
Maggie, you are gorgeous. I wish you a long and happy life!
Maggie!Yous looks marvelous darling! Has a fabulishious weekend!KissesNellie
I am not as feral as I used to be, Maggie, but "belly rubs"? snuggling? Hmmm, no, I don't THINK so!
Maggie - feral cats sure are good cats and we love that you are able to show people just how special they are!