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Friday, July 17, 2009

Felicia - her first Birth

Felicia is a Cat of the Manx Breed.
In many ways very different from the normal Norwegian domestic Cats.
We have for the last 20 years learned to know these special cats, and they have
since then become our favourite ones.
We have both have had Cats in our families since born. Of different breeds.

Around Midnight Thursday to Friday, we realized Felicia at last would give birth to
her kittens.

Here is the first kitten arriving. BUT - feets first? How will this end?

It was really traumatic. We did observerve her Birth pang around Midnight.

The first one arrived around 2 am. After 2 hours. So beautiful. And you see, a Manx - tailless.

But: Dead when born. To large for it's Mother's first baby. Tragic. Felicia struggled for 2 hours.
And we did our best to help her and her first born. In vain.

The second arived around 4 am. Papa went to sleep.
Number 3 arrived around 13:30 am

and the 4th one around 4 pm the next Day. Here they are all the 4 of them.

Rosa had to look after her sister as well.

There will be upcoming stories about Felicia and her kittens

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Your Travel Profile:

You Are Extremely Well Traveled in Western Europe (86%)

You Are Very Well Traveled in the Midwestern United States (75%)

You Are Well Traveled in Scandinavia (60%)

You Are Well Traveled in Southern Europe (53%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in Latin America (40%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in the Western United States (32%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in the Southern United States (23%)

You Are Mostly Untraveled in Canada (20%)

You Are Mostly Untraveled in the Northeastern United States (14%)

You Are Mostly Untraveled in the United Kingdom (13%)

You Are Mostly Untraveled in Asia (4%)

You Are Untraveled in Africa (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Australia (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Eastern Europe (0%)

You Are Untraveled in New Zealand (0%)

You Are Untraveled in the Middle East (0%)

How Well Traveled Are You?

My comment: The Destination Questions says really nothing. It's only an indication. Special when coming to Europe. Even Capitals are missing. Tells me a lot of the Questioner than the travellers