very wonderful! She came to us from a friend who had to move and
sadly couldn't take Bermuda with her. Young Bermuda is a sweet little
cat with a soft little high-pitched meow. She is very dainty. She
had known only the world we call indoors before she came to us.
Although she did escape through a window once and stayed out most
of the night in a small flower garden. The only cats she knew were
on the other side of the window - the occasional toms that passed
by, fleetingly, when on their territorial rounds. Bermuda was always
happy living inside though. She loved her mistress dearly and she
was loved back just as much. I'm sure they miss eachother. Bermuda
still keeps in touch with her "Mom" and sends her recent
pictures and updates.
Bermuda has adjusted well to her new life. She goes outside occasionally,
but rather prefers to stay inside, perhaps because it's very cold
and snowy out these days. She has accepted the other cats fairly
well, however some of the females seem to be jealous of her beautiful
glossy black coat and her perfect white bermuda triangle on her
face, not to mention her dainty little white paws! Bermuda has also
adjusted to her new diet of homemade catfood. She just loves it!
But she still enjoys a tastey scrap of bacon or a bit of cream cheese
once in a while. She staked out a spot of her own in the kitchen
on top of a cabinet. She has her own bed there with her blanket
and own toys which include: a cat, and a cat, and a dog, and a frog,
and a one-legged mangled thing! Sometimes another cat will climb
in if she steps out momentarily. It seems to be quite the hot-spot
for catnapping! Bermuda also likes to curl up in one of the kitchen
cabinets especially in the winter since the heater duct runs through
white "antennas" that stick straight up above each eye.