I spoke with Hector’s new human a couple of days ago, and learned about Hector’s new life. He is adapting very well and has become friends with the resident cat. It is early days yet, but the adoption is, as mentioned in a previous blog, finalised. With his human’s permission, I am publishing some photos of my former foster-cat. I hope his person will forgive one last presumption of mine with regard to Hector: publishing a final letter from him to the Cosy Apartment Feline Sanitarium.
Deer Doctur Dr Bellen.
Hellow frum muy noo home! Itz vary eksiting heer. Nawt lyke wen I kaem to the Feeline Cosie Apnooparium, cuz I was scared then, too, tho I gawt yused to it qwik. Noww I kno noo hoomans an noo cats can bee fun, so Iyem givving them awl a chantcs chantz chansse, an thinggs ar tirning owt reel good!
This is...well, Iyel kawl her B... We had to gett the mezhure of eech other ferst...
Butt the hooman wumun noo howw to extrapolate infiltrate interrogate bring uss tigevver.
B thingks I smel funnee. She thingks I smel funnee!!
Soon tho wee doent mynd eech other so mutch that wee can tuch. A littel...
Butt tekkin a baf tigevver is rite owt!
Thare is a groen-up hooman heer and a littel hooman (she maibee will gro, too) and toys and wee plae and its lots ov fun. I hav a fevrit sleepee plaece...
Iyem happy heer and sayfe and I wil bee luvved. Maibee I woent remembler the Cozee Aptatadium wen I get oldir, butt thank yoo fir luvving mee and keeping mee sayfe. That ment evree thing to mee.
So good of you, Hector, to write to Dr. Bellen and the other cats back at the Cosy Apartment. We are very glad to see you share a few photos of your new home and companion. Have a long and healthy life.ReplyDelete
Wishing you all the very best, Hec, and hope Dr. Bellen receives notice of your progress in the future; we'd like to know.ReplyDelete
Hector sent us all a very nice farewell letter, and it sure is good to know he is happy and well loved in his new furever home!ReplyDelete
Your post and story makes us weepy eyed with joy! So nice to see you happy in yur new home. B looks furry nice and seems to be taken with you or at least is reeely good at sharing her space wif you. Have lots of fun in yur new furever home. XOReplyDelete
It is very nice to see the next stage in Hector's life, and that he has settled in so well. His new companion looks very relaxed with him.ReplyDelete
Hector it looks like you got a fabulous new life with a built in best friend. Happy furrever home to you. XxxReplyDelete
It was so nice to hear from you, Hector, and I'm so happy to hear that you're enjoying your new home and your new family. Please keep in touch and stay well and happy!ReplyDelete
Hector, thank you for writing the Cozy Apartment Feline Sanitarium to keep Dr Bellen advised on how you are, and all your friends who are still comfortably there with Dr Bellen. We friends outside the Sanitarium are most anxious to know how you are- and we find this wonderful news makes us happy. Thank you Her, and please, try to keep us in the news about your life if you are able. XxxxReplyDelete
How great you are doing Hector ! "Live long and pros-purr!"ReplyDelete
I am happy for Hector.ReplyDelete
Hector, I am SO happy you are enjoying life in your new forever home!!!!ReplyDelete
Hector's letter brought tears to my eyes. I'm so glad he is having a happy life.ReplyDelete
I echo everyone's comments...Bless!xReplyDelete
I'm SO happy for Hector. Well done, John, it's because of your fostering that he has his forever home now.ReplyDelete
What a special letter. Thank you for sharing with me! Thanks to the new human for sharing photos etc. How awesome!ReplyDelete
Have a long and wonderful life, Hector. You'll forget us, in time, but we won't forget you.ReplyDelete
I'm thrilled to hear that Hector has settled into his new home and is happy with his fur sib and his "beans". May he live a long and happy life.ReplyDelete
How nice that Hector wrote to let everyone know that he is doing so well. We are so happy for him, B, and their family. XOReplyDelete
Aww, Hector, you are sweet to let Dr Bellen know that all is well with you and that you uare happy in your new forever home.ReplyDelete