Pets play a big role in our lives and they should be loved and cherished. Pet owners are filled with so much joy from all their rendezvous with their adorable pets and even regard them as their 'darling daughter' or 'son'! So do we. This blog is all about our darling little paws; Gabrielle, Isabelle, Hercules, Alexander, Victoria The 2nd,Napoleon, Ms. Constantine, Jerry and the late Sidney, Troy and Victoria The 1st...

Monday, December 31, 2007

Lets do the Cha-cha!


One Two Cha Cha Cha, Three Four Cha Cha Cha


One Two Cha Cha Cha, Three Four Cha Cha Cha


One Two Cha Cha Cha, Three Four Cha Cha Cha


One Two Cha Cha Cha, Three Four Cha Cha Cha

Love always,
Abah & Ayah

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

An Evening with the Kids

video

This is a usual every day scene when it's time for Ayah to feed the kids canned food in the evenings. A large can is shared by 5 of them (Gabrielle and Victoria II do not fancy canned food) so everyone gets a fair share in their own individual bowls. This is the time when the house is noisiest (as you can witness in the video) and when we can see Isabelle actually running around (otherwise she would just sit still and sleep) from the kitchen to their room. Wet food is not served in the kitchen like their kibbles as Hercules would make a terrible mess playing with his food. Somehow he doesn't know how to eat from his bowl but he'd have to scoop the food out and then eat it from the floor. Bad boy!

Love,
Abah & Ayah

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Season's Greetings!

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year 2008


From us @ Our Cute Little Paws;
Abah, Ayah, Isabelle, Gabrielle, Victoria II, Hercules, Alexander, Napoleon & Constantine

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Cats Make Great Pets

An Article from Pets Corner.

Cats make wonderful companions for children and adults alike. Cats by nature, are curious creatures. They are independent and like to roam where and when they please. Ever heard of this saying, “Dogs come when they're called, but cats tell you to take a message and get back to you later”. Ask any cat lover and he or she would tell you how true that is.

Therefore, before you think of purchasing or adopting a kitten, it is indeed very important to look at all aspects of owning one as a pet. You should be prepared to care for him for his basic needs, that is food, shelter, annual check ups, vaccinations and most important of all, your time spent in building that special bond with him.

Kitten protection for your home

You don't have to discourage their curious nature, but you do have to be prepared for it. Please note the list below for your kitten's safety.

Store all poisonous or dangerous materials in a tightly closed cabinet.
Keep toilet lids down. Your kitten could fall in.
Store plastic bags in a drawer where your kitty can't get to them. Kittens love to bat bags around, but they pose a threat of choking and suffocation.
Keep household items like string, sewing supplies, rubber bands, twist-ties, etc,. away from your kitten as they can be easily swallowed.
Electrical cords should either be tacked to the wall or wound up and bound so your kitty won't risk getting shocked.

The right start — Choosing the correct food for your kitten

Choosing a pet food that is nutritionally balanced, without excesses or deficiencies will help avoid health problems for your cat
It should be also fortified with vitamins and minerals including anti-oxidants for extra protection against diseases.
Feeding the right food to your cat will help avoid adult diseases like obesity, diabetes as well as organ damage when they are older.
There are many pet food in the market, and the choice made by you will determine the health of your cat. Do remember, however, that the transition from one pet food to another should be done gradually within a period of 7 days so that your cat will not have a tummy upset or diarrhea. Feeding too much food can also cause diarrhea in some cases.

Play areas for your kitten

It is your kitten's nature to want to scratch your furniture, your drapes, etc. But contrary to what you might think, it's not doing this only to sharpen its claws (you'll notice that even cats that have been declawed still do this). Cats usually scratch for exercise. They also scratch to mark their territory. A good way to prevent your kitten from scratching the sofa would be to provide him a scratch post that is tall enough to let your cat stretch out along its full length. Your kitten will notice and use it more and more if you put in plain sight. He will then play near it and gradually he will be drawn to the scratch post rather than the furniture. Catnip herbs are wonderful in distracting your kitten. You can place some catnip herbs in a cloth tied in a sachet and leave them near the scratch post to encourage playing in those areas. Your kitten will certainly have hours of fun.

The best person you can rely on would be your veterinarian if owning a cat is a totally new experience for you. Do ask your veterinarian's advice about the important vaccinations if you bought it from the breeder or pet shop.

If you live in an apartment or condo, it is best to make use of cat litters for a clean, hygienic environment. For those of you who allow your cat out, make sure you have some form of identification tag on her so that even if she ever gets lost, someone who finds her can trace you, her owner, easily.

However, when you expose them to the outdoors it is best to keep your eyes open since they can get into injuries. They are also susceptible to disease, fights with other animals and traffic accidents. We have all heard of tragic stories that some of our lesser fortunate pets have gone through.

Brushing Your Cat

How often your cat needs grooming depends upon several factors: type and length of coat, weather conditions, etc. Generally speaking, short-haired cats should be groomed about twice a week, while long-haired cats should be groomed daily. You will soon find the grooming frequency that provides the best results for your cat. It is important to establish and adhere to a regular grooming schedule. These sessions should be scheduled at a time that is convenient for you. Make sure that you allow time to provide proper grooming and are not likely to be interrupted.

Why is regular grooming important

Regular grooming is essential to your cat's health and well-being. Regular combing and brushing will keep the coat clean and healthy, stimulate the skin, and allow the natural oils to circulate to the coat. It will also help to prevent hairballs, which are the result of loose hair being picked up by the cat's tongue and then swallowed. These hairs sometimes accumulate in the cat's stomach forming hairballs which can be harmful to the cat.

Grooming will also allow you to check for potentially serious problems. Check for areas of hair loss, inflammation, unusual tenderness or lumps under the skin. Good grooming habits also prevents fleas and ticks on your pet and thus helps keep them under control. Constant scratching in a particular area may also be an indication of a problem. Check with your veterinarian about any unusual problems you may find.

Monday, December 03, 2007

The Cat's House - Our Dream for the Children

Picture from The Cat's House

How we wish we could do something like the photo above for our kids. They would surely love it if the house is fully accessible and devoted to being their playground. Perhaps it could be done children, when we move to a bigger house that is - so pray hard that Abah and Ayah will be able to afford a bigger place and renovate the house just for you guys.

Love,
Abah & Ayah

Saturday, December 01, 2007

THEN and NOW Part 2

Continued from previous post.

Hercules @ Abang


Then (July 2006) Then (Oct 2006) Now (Nov 2007)

Ahahah every time i look at the then pic (first photo) I would laugh my heads out. Hercules was adopted on July 1, 2006 (with Isabelle) from the IPR. When we got him, he was down with flu, was so scared and was called Tina for God knows whatever reason the IPR has. He has since a kid accompanied us when cleaning his letter tray. Now Constantine has taken over that job but Hercules still comes to watch us cleans their litter scoop - he's indeed excited to see the tap water flow and the sound of brushing. He would when we come back from work, greet us everytime without fail by patting our thighs with his two front paws. He loves to be kissed on the forehead and is an indeed a very loving brother towards Alexander and Constantine. Hercules's most obvious trait is his ears, they have outgrown him ever since he was small - ears of the Gremlins!


Alexander @ Abang Chik a.k.a Stuart Little

Then (Aug 2006) Then (Sept 2006) Now (Nov 2007)

Alexander is the only one adopted from PAWS in Aug 2006. He was cute, used to like watching soccer with Ayah on TV and always caught sleeping in awkward positions. He was like the character Howard in the movie Benchwarmers as he spent most of his time under the sofa during his first 2 weeks at home. He then grew attached to his sister Gabby (as seen in the second photo) and until now he would now and then snuggle with her. He is also very attached to Hercules (as seen in the Now photo). Alexander is suffering from hormonal deficiency affecting his tail (used to be really bushy like Gabby's) Because of the hormone pills we're giving him, the fur on his neck gets bushy instead (see Now Photo) Of all the kids, Alexander is the most vocal but lucky for his hormonal imbalance, the voice is rather squeaky than husky - perhaps he's really Stuart Little?


Napoleon @ Fatty

Then (Dec 2006) Now (Nov 2007)

Napoleon was adopted from Ayah's neighbor in Shah Alam. From a nearly a stray (because the previous owner didn't take good care of him - his white fur was yellowish when we took him) to a well groomed eating machine. So far since we practiced closed door policy to our bedroom (no more cats are allowed inside) only Napoleon is somehow allowed to be in as he behaves well compared to the others. Napoleon would be the guard of their kibbles bowl and every time either Ayah or Abah enters the kitchen, there he would be eating. He has grown so huge that Abah calls him "Fatty Fatty Bom Bom". Napoleon would every morning bid us good bye by rushing to the door and lying down legs up not allowing us to go to work. You wont stand a chance to see Napoleon during most of the day as he would be sleeping underneath the sofa until it is time for tea.


Constantine @ Kenit

Then (July 2007) Then (Oct 2007) Now (Nov 2007)\

This little guy has grown from an ugly duckling to a fluffy fur ball in just a matter of months. The first photo was taken when he was about 2 weeks old, the second at 4 months and now at a matured 5 months. Constantine adopted himself well with his siblings and has become the tai koh in the house. He has taken the place of Hercules whenever Abah or Ayah cleans their litter tray in the mornings and evenings. He would sit and watch us clean his poo poo and would be the first to use the cleaned litter tray. Constantine doesn't like to be picked up and would growl (sometimes snort like an oink oink whenever he demands to be put down) Always curious, he likes to play with drinking straws and chases his tail whenever he realizes he has one. Cute!

THEN and NOW Part 1

I recently went through the old family album. I had a good laugh seeing the kids when they were younger (ahaha I laughed at how old Ayah and I had become over the years too!) So, in summary, here's some then and now photos of the lovely kids.We'll start from the eldest to the youngest. Cheers to all!

Love,
Abah & Ayah

Isabelle @ Kak Long


Then (July 2006) Now (Nov 2007)

Well, at first we though Isabelle was three when we got her but it seems she's older than that. In the Now picture, she looks older but hehehe I guess the appetite grows with her age! The Then photo was taken on her first day at home, 1st July 2006, the day we adopted her and Hercules from the IPR. Isabelle is still the quiet (except for when Ayah gives her canned food in the evenings - only then she would be see running around chasing Ayah to the kitchen) and is suffering from mouth ulcer - she has taken many rounds of injections and medications but the ulcer kept recurring. Pity her.


Gabrielle @ Kakak @ Gabbyonce

Then (June 2006) Now (Nov 2007)


Gabby has surely matured from the time we adopted her from SPCA in June 2006. Her fur is well groomed now and she is indeed still the Gabbyonce (big ass) we always love and adore. Apart from scratching and destroying the wooden dining chair, she loves to sleep all day and night long. She would only wake up in the middle of the night when we have gone to bed. Gabby is real choose, she would eat unless no other cats are around and she loves to drink from the tap (just refuses to drink from the water fountain we bought especially for her) Because of Gabby, our condo unit is now like a jail house rock as we have to be careful leaving any doors or windows open - she is real clever and had escaped twice!


Victoria II @ Akak Gumuk @ Mbak Gendut
Then (Sept 2006) Now (Nov 2007)

The reason why we adopted Victoria was because Abah wanted another child who resembles his late Victoria I. After a long search we found Vicky and fell in love with her at first sight. Even though we were quite tight in the pocket at that time, abah went to the extend of borrowing money from his auntie. So we adopted Vicky from SPCA in September 2006) When the dorr bell rings she would be the first to disappear and hide underneath the sofa and will only come out of her hiding when the guests have gone home. Vicky is now very fat that she has to use the help of things around her in order to reach and lick her back or even the area in between her thighs. Pathetic eh?

To be continued...

Friday, November 16, 2007

Napoleon's Favourite Sleeping Position

Napoleon has only recently developed this habit of sleeping in this position. I just don't know and couldn't find the answer to why cats like to sleep in this position. At first I thought it was only the males who sleep like this but I remember also seeing Gabby in the exact same position.

But whatever it is they surely look very cute and adorable sleeping will all four legs up in the air, especially my fatty Napoleon here. And he loves it when we stroke his tummy while he's lying on his back. Heheheh.

Love,

Abah & Ayah

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Cute Constantine


Cute Constantine, originally uploaded by Syahr-El.

Even though Constantine is the youngest of all, he is indeed the KING of the house. Being the youngest and most playful he is truly everybody's love. At about 5 months old now, Constantine has grown to be a healthy boy waiting to ripen so that Abah and Ayah can send him for neutering. Remember our post on his arrival 5 months ago? He is now handsome with fluffy fur.

Constantine is the central attraction of his brothers Hercules. Alexander and Napoleon. He would, with them run around the house chasing God knows what (sometimes insects like I mentioned in my previous post) but most of the time just pleasure running and destructing whatever comes in between their way.

He dislikes being lifted but enjoys sitting either beside Abah or Ayah when we're watching TV sitting on the sofa. Well, we hope Constantine will grow up to be healthy, furry and most importantly friendly...

Love,
Abah & Ayah

Monday, November 12, 2007

An Update on Isabelle

Of all the children, Isabelle is the most well behaved child. She's not vocal, she's mostly alone and minding her own business. She has never been seen running around when her brothers and sisters are going frantic over a moth or anything that flies around the house (we live on a hill and nearby a jungle, so they're freaky looking insects flying around sometimes resulting to the house being sadistically turned around and about leaving trails of iams kibbles around and knocking off whatever furniture that comes in between their way) but Isabelle never bothers to even barge from her favorite napping places (yes places - many) even if there's a tornado coming, she would still be lying there lazy. The only time she's seen excited is when the time comes for Ayah to feed them canned food (once a day in the evening). This is when you'd see her eyes glow with excitement and sometimes her meows can be heard. Remember the entry I wrote on Isabelle being anti-social? Perhaps it is true after all. Or maybe she is just plain lazy? Hehehe...Here's a latest picture of Isabelle.

Love,
Abah & Ayah

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Pets as Family Members

Another article from Pets Corner

For many people owning a pet is not just a hobby. Today, many pet owners regard their pets as part of the family. In Malaysia, some pet owners go to great lengths in caring for their pets, but then there are still a handful of owners who discard their kittens, abandon puppies and leave them in dump sites to fend for themselves at merely a day old! A few days ago we read in The Star, about the plight of some kittens and how they were saved by a very kind hearted lady. When will people stop abandoning their animals?

Being responsible for our pets by spaying or neutering them is the best way to prevent over breeding or overpopulation of cats and dogs. Every year many companion animals end up in shelters and some of them are euthanised due to sickness and space constraint.

A responsible pet owner is someone who loves his pet unconditionally and does anything and everything necessary to keep his pet happy and healthy. Responsible pet owners provide for the basic needs of their pet (food, water, grooming, medical care, etc). and lavish love and attention on them.

They protect the health, safety and happiness of their pet, as well as that of their neighbors and their community.

Responsible owners train their pets wherever possible and prevent their pets from roaming since pets face many dangers (cars, other animals and disease) and may cause problems such as biting, breeding and destroying property. Responsible pet owners keep their pets inside or control their pets with a fence, a run or a leash at all times. If their pet is ever lost, a permanent identification tattoo, tag or microchip will help them return home quickly and safely. You should also keep a current photo and current record of your dog's age, weight, height and markings. The decision to buy a pet is a big one and the commitment to care for a pet properly is even bigger. Before you buy or adopt a pet you must be 110% ready to honor that commitment and responsibility for your pet's entire life.

The vaccinations and visit to the veterinarian must not be overlooked either. Dogs and cats are susceptible to heart worms, and internal parasites such as intestinal roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. For your information heart worms are carried by mosquitoes, and this disease can be fatal. Your veterinarian will recommend a prevention program for your pet. Don't forget the external parasites too such as fleas and ticks.

A survey carried out in the United States showed that a majority of American households (57% have dogs, cats or both pets in residence, but virtually everyone-more than nine in ten –considers his or her pet a member of the family. Here's some other interesting facts about pet ownership in the U.S.

1. Americans spend about $5 billion on holiday presents for their furry friends.

2. 63% of dog owners and 58% of cat owners surveyed said they give their pets presents at Christmas.

3. 40% of dog owners and 37% of cat owners hang Christmas stockings for their pets.

4. 36% of dog owners give their pets presents on their birthday, as do 20% of cat owners.

5. About one-fourth of dog owners (27%) and cat owners (23%) sign their pet's name on greeting cards or notes.

6. 64% of surveyed pet owners said they include news about their pet, and 36% include a photograph in their holiday cards.

7. About 27% of pet owners claim to have taken their pet to a professional photographer to have a picture taken with family, Santa Claus or the Easter bunny.

8. About one-third (37%) of dog owners and a similar proportion of cat owners (31% have their pet's picture prominently displayed in their homes, and 14 and 10% respectively, display it at their place of work.

9. About 10% of dog and cat owners carry their pet's picture in their wallet or purse.

10. In about 20% of households containing a dog or cat, the owner leaves the TV, radio or stereo on when the animal is left alone, presumably so it won't become lonely.

11. 16% of dog owners and 14% of cat owners claim to have bought a car or home with a pet in mind.

12. In 70% of feline households, cats are allowed to lie on the furniture. In 40% of canine households, dogs are allowed to do so.

13. In 65% of cat-owning households, cats are permitted to sleep at night on some family member's bed vs. 39% of dogs.

14. 45% of pet owners set up a special bed for their pet in the house.

15. In 75% of the nation's dog-owning households, the dog is treated to rides in the family car vs 38% of households with cats.

16. In one-third (34%) of households surveyed, the dog goes along on family vacations, whereas only 11% of respondents take the cat along.

17. 25% of the pet owners surveyed said they blow dry their pet's hair after a bath.

18. When a pet dies, 58% of pet owners bury the pet on their property.

19. Almost half of the pet owners surveyed admit they sometimes talk to their pet. And 80% of those people stated that on those occasions, the animal seemed to respond by means of sounds, facial expressions or body language.

(The above survey was extracted from the American Humane Association.)

It is good that this trend is gradually catching up in Malaysia. However, about 80 % of pet owners still feed their pets table scraps eg. leftovers, bones, and even raw meat! Feeding unbalanced food is detrimental to a pet's health as even pets need vitamins and minerals to stay healthy.

Many pet owners here are still unaware of the health related issues and preventive care programs such as vaccinations and annual check ups for their pets. All those who have acquired a new puppy or kitten should take their pet for an examination to the nearest veterinary clinic to ensure the health and safety of the pet.

We hope people's attitude will change and pets are looked after with as much love and care as possible. After all, for all the love they shower upon us, they certainly deserve much more.

Let us all work towards a more responsible and animal loving society for the benefit of all our feline and canine companions who share our world.

Abah says:

Believe me, animals make better children than real kids hehehehe, only if you understand that they are just animals and lower your expectations on their achievements. Even so, they can be trained like my cute little paws and they will surely make you a happier person.


Tuesday, November 06, 2007

All About the Kids Growing Up

There is nothing much happening lately. I've been busy with work, life and relationship. Anyway, since I have the spare time at the office, just would like to update on the blog. I have been keeping myself quiet from taking photos of the kids lately. Why? Maybe it's Raya and I'm a bit occupied with my responsibilities but I've managed to capture a few photos a couple of days back. And what surprised me is that all the kids have grown healthily.. VERY HEALTHILY indeed.. Hahahaha..

Gabby is now spending more time sleeping. Seriously! You won't ever notice her playing around. She will not move from her spot and could be there sleeping for a whole day, or even two! The only time she wakes up is to eat or do her 'thingy'. Then.. back to sleeping...




Hercules, as usual will be the noisiest amongst all. But he's a very good and obedient boy. Whenever he's making noise, it means that either he's hungry or wants some attention. Usually, it will be the attention. The only way to keep him quiet (for a while, that is) is to kiss him on the forehead. That'll do it.


Alexander is turning to be a wolf! The fur on his neck is thickening. Wonder if the hormone pills that we were giving him is acting on the wrong place - his neck! The tail is still the same - hormone deprived. Hopefully he can be as hairy as his sister, Gabby soon. It would make him a very handsome boy.



Victoria is having a problem with her fur. They're shedding. We want to take her to the vet but she will have to wait for the time being. Hang in there ya gurl! BTW, this is not her latest photo as it hard to get her to pose lately. She spents most of her time under the sofa. So, it's hard to gget a glimpse of her around.




Isabelle, the usual routine.. Eat, sleep, eat, drool all over the house; sofa, wall, cushions, eat, sleep and the list goes on.. Hehehehe.. That's our Isabelle.





Napoleon... Hmmm.. What can I say. He's sooo fat now.. Abah's calling him "Fatty".. Hehehe.. Don't blame him la.. He likes to eat. From a stray cat, we'd never thought he could be so fat but lovable and manja guy. Oh, and he will not allow us to go out everytime. He will block the door and refuse to barge. Hahahaha... Very clever fatty bom bom!



And lastly, Constantine... OMG, this guy is sooo berlagak and garang (stuck up and fierce). He never likes people to lift or cuddle with him. He will growl and retaliate. A gangster in the making. But, he grows up very well. Hehehe.. And lately, we notice that he likes to sleep with his big bro, Hercules. Way to go Hercules!



So there they are, seven wonderful kids we have at home. May they be healthy and happy always.

Love,
Ayah from his blog.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Abah Writing from the Hospital.

I am writing from the hospital bed on the 6th night being away from my kids at home. I really miss Isabelle, Gabbrielle, Victoria, Hercules, Alexander, Napoleon and Constantine. Since I’ve only got my hands on the laptop today after Ayah sent it to me at the hospital (Thanks Ayah) I waited no longer to express my longing for the cute little paws.

Dear Ayah,

thanks very much for taking care of the furballs while I am gone. I owe you. I trust you with the kids as I know how much you really love them. I also know that no matter what happens to me, no matter when, be it now, tomorrow, sooner or later, I can depend on you to take very good care of the kids. Do love and care for them. They need you and they know they can rely on you no matter what. I rather them to be in your care than anyone else’s.

Dear Kids,

Behave and look after each other. Don't bully Ayah OK? I hope you haven’t forgotten me after I’m gone for this long 'vacation' in the hospital. I am not sure how long more I’ll be gone but I assure you guys I am, and will be okay and up and running soon. I’ve dreamt of all of you at home just this morning and I have been trying to recall the dream over and over again because I miss you all dearly. Thanks to Ayah who keeps sending me photos of you playing at home, you guys surely look like you’re very naughty and bullying Ayah ya? And thank you for the lovely card with your paw prints on it - they're really sweet.

If you didn’t realize, I was not well during Aidilfitri when Ayah was away at his hometime. I’m sure you could see me locking myself in the room and not playing with you outside. I am really sorry as that was not my intention. I tried my best to take care of your needs until Ayah gets back. Especially sorry to Hercules and Constantine for not going out to buy your fresh milk. I could see it in your eyes how you wanted it whenever I am out of the room for a glass of water – sorry dear but I wasn’t able to drive.

Thank God that I am OK now, although not fully recovered but miraculously with two recent cerebellar stroke attacks I am still able to move my hands. I am sure God has His reasons to still allow me to stroke you and take care of all of you. I promise I will do just that till my last breath.

I can’t wait to be back for us to be a family again. I want to spend hours and hours with you kids. How I miss your purring, you massage when I need one, and of course, the tender loving and care you provide. I just wished they’d allow you in here so that Ayah could bring all of you to visit me but how unfortunate that is impossible,

I am counting days to be home so that we could be reunited as a family once more. Do wait for me kids and most important of all, do not forget me as I will never forget all of you; Isabelle, Gabrielle, Victoria, Hercules, Alexander, Napoleon and Constantine.

I love you all dearly.

Missing you guys at home,
Abah

Friday, September 28, 2007

Cat Litter Tips

Got these useful Cat Litter Tips from Petscorner. Thought of sharing with you guys:

  1. Do not place the cat litterbox in a busy spot in your house. Indeed, your cat values its privacy highly.
  2. Do not place the cat litter box close to their food dish and water bowl. Indeed, a cat is a very hygienic animal and might stop using the litter box.
  3. Clean the litter box regularly. The smell which clings to the litter box itself will thus be removed. The litter box will smell fresh longer.
  4. If you have more than one cat in the house, it is preferable to give each cat its own litter box. In any case make sure that no more than two cats have to use the same cat litter box.
  5. Why not try a clumping variety of cat litter? The smell absorption is excellent and you need less.
  6. Some cats prefer a fine variety of cat litter, whereas others rather have coarse granules. Try out what kind of granules your cat prefers.
  7. If you decide to start using another variety of cat litter, mix the new and the old granules the first few times. In this way it is easier for the cat to get used to a new variety of cat litter.
  8. Cat litter is often multi-purpose. For example it can be used as a bottom layer in cages for birds and rodents, at the bottom of flower pots, for oil-absorption, in the dustbin for smell absorption or in the garden for soil improvement. Read the instructions on the packaging to find out.
Our bit of Cat Litter experience.

The best cat litter so far is the Fussie Cat lemon scented litters. We have tried several clumping brands and found this particular brand very economical (especially when you buy 10 packs you'll get to redeem a pack of the same size for free) and the odor control excellent. The litter leaves very little traces and of course, whenever and wherever you use clumping litters, make sure the surrounding areas are dry. Always make sure the litter boxes are clean at all times and ensure only 2 cats share a litter box at most.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

We LOVE Daddy


Ayah bought the kids a pair of shirt - a rather statement making shirt that says, I LOVE Daddy. They definitely look stunning in the yellow T-shirt especially Alexander - yellow makes him look really like Stuart Little.

Unfortunate for Napoleon, the shirt was a bit tight fitting but he still manage to put it on ahahaha.

Constantine can just see his siblings new t-shirt as he is too small to try on. The only girls who tried was Gabby - we're planning to get another T-shirt for the girls soon. So Isabelle, Gabby and Vicky, wait ahhhh...


Enjoy the pics. More pics HERE.

Love,
Abah & Ayah

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