I had these images of Horace left over after his departure yesterday for his new home. I didn’t have time to make a blog-entry about them, so I will use them to illustrate the first report I’ve had about him.
From the rescue-group colleague who took him to his new home, it seems that Ivory has struck gold. A middle-aged couple who own their own house, Horace’s new people have arranged cats-trees everywhere. Holes have been cut, with decorative arches, in walls at heights that allow Horace and his new roommate to walk from room to room without ever coming to the floor, if they so desire.
This will suit Horace very well, I think. As you can observe, he enjoyed viewing the outdoors – though he never expressed a desire to return there. In a house, he will have prospects in every direction and his pastime of chirping at the birds will no doubt be indulged.
I will, as promised, keep readers updated as I receive information that can be passed on. I have no doubt that, despite some inevitable confusion over his change of residence, Horace will very swiftly come to love his new home, and his new people come to love him.
They sound like people who'll make every effort to make Horace happy. I'll miss reading about him, but I hope he has very many wonderful years in his new home. I'm anxious to hear if he gets along with his new adopted sibling.ReplyDelete
By the way, will his new cat-parents still call him "Horace," or do they have a different name picked out for him? I hope it's the former; the name fits him so well, somehow.
Sounds like a wonderful home for him and wishing him a fantastic furrever life full of love.ReplyDelete
Horace's new family sound terrific; we are all purring that he's in his purrfect home.ReplyDelete
It really does sound like a wonderful home!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, that sounds "purrfect". I do so hope that Horace finds his place in the home and has his happily ever after.ReplyDelete
Awwww, Horace. I sure will miss seeing that handsome guy! I am very happy he found his happy forever home, though. I hope you get lots of updates about him. It sounds like he has a nice place to rule over!ReplyDelete
Horace's new home sounds ideal and I'm sure he will be very happy there. Please keep us posted regarding how he's settling in and how he's adapting to his new family.ReplyDelete
Ah! Bless the little fella..Bless him..!xReplyDelete
This is great news for Horace. And here you are off on your sick leave and seeing him off to a new home at the same time. I sometimes imagine he stares out into the cold and snow only having thoughts of how bad it used to be on the outside and how good it is on the inside.ReplyDelete
Horace's new home sounds wonderful! I hope he settles in well there, but he sounds the type who would settle anywhere.ReplyDelete
Oh boy! It sounds like Horace has a wonderful new home!ReplyDelete
Purrs he will be happy and enjoy a great life. So good of you to give him that start and caring for him until he was ready to go to his new home :)
This is very promising! Horace's new humans sound like they really love cats and make every effort to offer an enriching environment. I, too, hope he lives a wonderful, long and healthy life in his forever home!ReplyDelete
I am so very happy for Horace. We will miss him though.ReplyDelete
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We'll miss seeing Horace here, but are so happy for him and his forever family!ReplyDelete