Category Archives: Tessa
Here at Colehaus, we have what we call a glue cat – a cat who brings together other cats who normally wouldn’t be caught dead in a single room together, helping all the cats to get along with one another as famously as peas and carrots. Past Colehaus glue cats were angels Seth, Zooot, and D.K. Our current glue cat is Miss Newton.
From the start, Miss Newton tucked each newbie under her wing – Tessa, Quint, Olivia, and especially Pia Bean who still loves Miss Newton above all others (with exception only to her ginger Prince Dexter of Cherry City Kitties). Ruby, Zuzu, and Viola all share nose boops with Miss Newton too, so, should it be any different with Sunny? Nope! The pair regularly nap the afternoons away together, something Sunny doesn’t do with anyone else.
Miss Newton and a wee baby Pia Bean. Look at the size comparison between the two. Miss Newton has always been a petite girl, weighing in right around eight pounds. We’re pretty sure Pia weighed just over four pounds here, a good portion being fluff weight.
Yesterday’s photo of Miss Newton and a not-so-small Pia Bean. Look at the size comparison now! Pia is a big, solid girl weighing in at fifteen pounds. But to Miss Newton, Pia will always be a little bean.
And what’s a Danger Cat without a little glue? Something not as cute, we say! Not just anyone can share a box with Tessa, and Miss Newton pulls it off easily. Okay, with maybe a little ear annoyance from Tessa. Relax Danger Cat.
Just about a month ago, we mentioned Zuzu and her love for the Ring o’ Fun. Well, even patrol sergeants have to go to work every now and then, so while Patrol Sergeant Zuzu was off
probably inspecting the inside of her eyelids, Sunny discovered the Ring o’ Fun a.k.a. Turbo Ring.
She got the hang of it fast and spent several minutes whacking that ball around and around, faster and faster.
First with one paw going one direction, and then the other paw whapping the ball the other direction.
Until finally, the ball came to a slow stop.
And then she sat there and stared at it some more, you know, just in case it decided to take off on its own or something. Or maybe she was figuring out, in her head, some velocity equation that would explain why the ball seemed to slow down faster when going one direction opposed to the other.
And after a long while, she finally walked away and took that much needed nap. Hard math will do that to you, or so we hear.