It has been a long time sense I have blog and I do apologize for that, I have been very busy with a lot of changes here at the B&B. I want to update you on a new family that has come. Ma ma patchwork’s stray cat that just showed up months ago has just had her second liter as far as I know her second, The first two are Hunter Man and Pretty Boy they are now about 4 months old. The new liter has five and at this time it is hard to tell what type of sex they are so in a few weeks I will return and blog somemore about our new family here at the Patchwork. Picture’s where taking of the birth but they will be added soon. Tammy
I am here to update on the kitten, Which Sam named him Kangaroo. We took him to the vet to get his shots and check up Kangaroo is doing just fine. At this time he is still in the office attacking the feet or your hands while you type on the computer. Kangaroo has a knack of shut down the whole Internet and computer systems. He is so cute. I will soon be adding pic’s of kangaroo. There is a lot more to blog about and my day goes so fast that I lose track of time. I will be back soon hope to see y’all here. Tammy
On August 7th 2009 we will start letting guests bring there friendly pets to the Inn. We will let pets 20 pounds and under stay inside the Inn with the owners and pets over 20 pounds will stay in the kennel that we are going to set up in the bard. Please visit the ( About the Inn) section on the website for policies, cost and restrictions regarding your pets. We will have the policies completed by August 5th 2009. Thanks Ed
Will I am here to give and update on the progress of the new kitten. We took all the baby’s to get check and updated on there shots. Come to find out the little one is 6 weeks old and a male (Which Samantha thought was a female) My daughter nursed him back to health and did a great job. As far as getting along with the out side barn kittens we were way wrong. Ma ma did not want a thing to do with him but we tried as of now he stays in side in our office, way far away from Shimber our German shepherd. He has a blast playing with his new toys. Come to find out don’t walk by him he loves the feet. He plays with anything he can get his little mouth on even pens and paper. But I love it when he purrs he is so soft to cuddle with. More to come and I will let you know his progress. Tammy
A new kitten showed up out of the blue the other day. We found it tucked under the finder of my truck. The kitten seems to be about 4-5 weeks but it is hard to tell due to malnutrition. The kitten seems to be blending in just fine with the other cats at the Inn. I will keep the blog updated with the kittens health.
It just amazes me on all the different types of birds that life at the Inn. My wife Tammy is very active with them to say the very lest. On an average we go through about 20 pounds of seed a week. That right a week. For the longest time I thought it must be the raccoons or some other animal eating all the seed but to my amaze as I watched the bird more closely it was the birds. From time to time a raccoon will try to get to the feeders but with no luck. As mentioned in the last posting in The life as a Innkeeper I mentioned we painted the exterior wood on the Inn. My wife was very careful to make sure we did not damage the bird nests and we where forced to clean and paint around them. Let me tell you that is a task of it own. The mother and father birds would dive bomb us to protect the chicks. We have had three new animals arrival last week at the Inn a mother cat and two kittens. The mother showed up first to make sure thing where safe and on day two she brought the kittens. Being the animal lovers that we are with in a day Tammy had a cat house and all the little goodies that go with it set up in the barn. Do not get me wrong we needed some hungry cats. Like any farm we have mice and field molds. Since the arrival of the cat they have brought us many gifts (if you know what I mean) to the back door around 8 mice and over a dozen of the field molds. Needless to say they are part of the family now. Other animals that consider the Inn home are two mother raccoons one of the mothers and three cub coons live in the bard while the other mother and one cub lives in a old tree just outside the main door of the dinning room. Must guests enjoy them as well as the cats. This blog category is truly for Tammy and I hope she will start writing in it. She truly is the one that takes care of all the little animals and knows all the different types of birds at the Inn.