With a house that is more than 75 years old, there are lots of places where the darned varmints can easily come in to escape the cold. In a place like this mouse-catching is a very valuable skill. While we've caught a few with traditional traps and even found one of the less-than-intelligent ones in a water jug one morning, it was time to bring in an expert.
Meet Thelma our new "barn" cat.
When she's accustomed to our rhythm and a little older, she'll spend her days outdoors and her nights in our walk-in basement encouraging the tiny critters to find another residence.
She loves visitors and purrs loudly for a rub and a snuggle. At the ripe old age of four months it's important to spend a lot of time with her and get her accustomed to people and the rules of our home. Stop by and meet her, we would all love to see you!
She is very cute.ReplyDelete
And you named her Thelma!
After your great grandmother?
THELMA, DESTROYER OF WORLDSReplyDelete
Just so long as she doesn't drool and leave to be 5003.ReplyDelete
No signs of drool so far. :)ReplyDelete