Wednesday, June 19, 2013

15 Seconds With Graham

You might want to crank the volume to hear a very sweet boy... when he's not hissing, that is.

He doesn't ACT like he likes to snuggle, but his purr gives him away.


  1. I'm going to save that for anytime I need a purr and one of my boys isn't available.

  2. He may never lose the hiss :-) I rescued my formerly feral boy at 12 weeks old from a parking lot at work. He was a mess - he'd been thrown by the street sweeper and was pretty near starvation. Now, he's a happy, healthy FOURTEEN years old this year. He's one of the sweetest, most loving cats, with a purr you can hear from across the room. He's also very talkative, and he uses that hiss like punctuation or a swear word!

  3. GAH. I really just want to squoosh & love on those babies.

    I'm sure you're already aware of this but just thought I'd mention it:
    Some kitties purr when stressed, too. I bet with these poppets it's a little bit of both. They're probably still scared but also probably secretly love the snuggles & are just in denial about it. :D


  4. snicker.....that is how Junior ended up not being "returned" after the trap and neuter part. I managed to hold him and after a couple days, he purred and I was toast (he was older than the Mayweathers when we trapped him).

  5. "I.Can't.Resist.The.Scritches. (I spelled that wrong on