We received this award from both Whisppy and Twinkletoe Tails. First, we want to talk a little about these friends.
Or friends at Whisppy are just wonderful. They have adopted many kitties (bunnies and guinea pigs too) but also help many of the cats on the street in their area by getting them vet care and getting them neutered. They tirelessly help animals and clearly have a true love for them.We also received this from Twinkletoe Tails. They have four kitties (I think I have that right) and tell the funnest stores about them as well as the kitties their mom had in the past. We've just recently discovered them. We just love their blog and their mom, Paula, is so sweet. Thank you to both of you for this award!! We definitely consider you both inspirations
The award is called Premio Destellos Brillantes en el Cielo Azul (Bright Flashes in the Blue Sky Award). We are to describe what we dream or wish for most in the world. Well, our true wish was for Annie to be well from both FIC (Feline Idiopathic Cystitis) and bladder stones. Since she just had her surgery and will get ongoing care for the FIC, our wish goes back to wanting so badly for there to be no homeless and no mistreated animals.
We are to pass this on to certain people, but we have been inspired by all of you. We've received so much caring and support and kindness from many, many people. Our list would be non-ending!
Miss Annie loves to bare her bare belly.
Please don't look at this next picture if you get squeamish. It's not too bad but it does capture Annie's incision.
Thank you so much for the kind words. :)ReplyDelete
Annie looks so relaxed! She does seem to like her newly shaved tummy!
Conga Rats on your award! It looks like Annie feels mighty fine...and no Cone of Shame!ReplyDelete
Here's to a peaceful integration.
I'm so happy she is doing okay. Is she eating good now?ReplyDelete
She looks so cute showing us her incision and her shaved little tummy.
Congratulations on the award. You really deserve it.
Miss Annie sure feels like she's a happy camper. Hopeful for a fast healing process!ReplyDelete
ConCATualtion to the award !ReplyDelete
It looks like you are doing fine Annie and I´m glad you don´t need the cone of shame !
Thanks Vicky, but I was thrilled to help Annie and you.I can't do a lot since we don't have any green papers so this is my way of helping other kitties.That incision doesn't look bad at all.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the award or I should say both of them. That is terrific. Take care and big gentle hug to Annie.
Oh Annie!! You silly girl...showing off your belly like that!! It looks like you are doing well after your surgery. YAY!ReplyDelete
We love Marg lots too. She helps the animals so much...truly an inspiration to us all.
And congrats on your award.
Miss Annie looks happy with her new naked coat ;PReplyDelete
Nice to see her Happy today !!!!
Congratulations to the award
Annie you darling sweet girl. You certainly have pink lovely sins and you should show it off. You look SO happy sweet Annie. That makes mom and I happies. xoxoxReplyDelete
We are so happy everything went so well with your surgery, Annie! You wear that incision proudly, girlfriend! (((HUGS)))ReplyDelete
Aww Lucy looks so happy with her pink little belly, so good to see her doing well. And congrats on your awards!! =^..^=ReplyDelete
We are so glad she came through the surgery well, and hope her health will be mch much better now.ReplyDelete
Annie, we are so proud of you! No picking at your belly! We would be doing just that! When I (Oui Oui) was an itsy baby, I needed surgery and they had a hard time finding a cone of shame small enough! (Hee, hee, hee!) The mom is all embarrassed by your kind words, but says you deserved the award cause of your kindness to Annie.ReplyDelete
You are an angel for all that you have done for Annie! She is so lucky to have you. :)ReplyDelete
Concats on your well deserved award and you are so right about Marg. What a generous kind person. Oh Annie we think you look fabulous! We are so glad you have been given a second chance.ReplyDelete
OMD! That Annie, showing off fur the boycats! Wot a floozie! Concatulashuns on the awards!ReplyDelete
Purr-Zzzz..what a wonderful blog to happen on since I myself am an owner of two rescued felines!ReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous portrait on header!! =^.^=
Concats for an Award !!!!! and ...MOL..Annie looks absolutely well for me and look like she love to show her naked tummy...Hubba Hubba ; )ReplyDelete
Congrats for the award! and most of all, congrats to little Annie, who seems to feel better and better!ReplyDelete
Annie looks great, so nice that she is fine!ReplyDelete
She is adorable!
ConCATUlations for the Award, very deserved,
purrs and love
I love her sweet bare belly tooReplyDelete
she really has so much personality, I love her poses
the incision doesn't make me squeamish since it means she's getting better
I too have the same wish you do for all animals
Annie you are very proud of your incision as you should be. It is a big deal to have surgery..before long your orange furs will cover it.ReplyDelete
It warms our hearts to see you feelling so frisky.
hugs Madi and Mom
I meant to say earlier: yes, Marg is AWESOME!ReplyDelete
Aww...we guys like to show off our bellies too, and sometimes we get a nice belly scratching from the big people. We are so glad that Annie is on the mend and can soon be playing with the others. Yay Annie!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your inspiration award! special purrs to Miss Annie! Rio from BarcelonaReplyDelete
How is miss Anni doingReplyDelete
I hope al is well