Saturday, August 09, 2008

Inkie Update

Yesterday at Purrchance To Dream, I did an update on Callie, the lovely calico I fostered and found a Forever Home for - and today I'm doing an update on Inkie, the lovely little House Panther that I fostered and found a Forever Home for!
Last night, I went over to my friend Bessie's and got to see the Inkster - she is a very happy, very vocal and loving kitty.  She loves her mommy Bessie VERY much and to see the two of them together is very touching - clearly there is lots of mutual love there!
These 3 pictures are from winter of 2007, when Inkie was found starving and dehydrated and I fostered her at The Wren's Nest.  I'm very happy to say that Bessie has given the little imp a wonderful Forever Home!

Oh - I can tell the difference in photos of Inkie and Isis (aside from having them in different photo files) because Inkie has green eyes and Isis has golden eyes!  In person, both are petite but Isis has a much squarer face and Inkie looks like our friend Luxor dyed black! (I think Inkie has some Meezer in her!)

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HotMBC said...

Yay for Inkie!
And of course you can tell them apart. Black cats don't look just alike any more than black humans. Well, but hmmmms, I think all humans look more or less alike, but they smell different. Nevermind.
Good for Inkie, though!
your bud Pepi

Whicky Wuudler said...

Sounds like Inkie has the perfect home, Hooray for happy endings!

Lux said...

White is a masking color, and therefore underneath it all I suspect I'm black! ;-)

I'm glad everything turned out so well for Inkie - she's lovely!

Victor Tabbycat said...

What a happy story! ::spin:: I don't fink Luxor wants to be dyed black, tho. He didn't like gettin blue paws frum the Blue Tuna Gizzy I mades fur him. Purrs!

Mickey said...

It is so nice that Inky is in a happy home!! That is now 2 for 2!!!
Inky sure is a sweetie too :)
Purrs Mickey & Tillie

Lily Arbee said...

Hi! me and all my cats from Terengganu, Malaysia would like to say "Hello" to you and all your cats in the States. You know I have two rescued cats black in colour, one I call Black Jack and the other I call Panther. I will take good pics of them soon to post to my blog "Therapy Home" soon.


From Malaysia with Love, Lily Arbee

Furkidsmom said...

Awww we love happy stories!

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

PurrPrints said...

love the under-the-bookcase pic--why do kitty butts in the air always look so darn cute?

catsynth said...

Of course you can tell them apart :)
We of course love green eyes and black cats. It's great to see that Inky found a loving home.