He is still here

@sallypup (53104)
Centralia, Washington
January 24, 2023 4:56pm CST
Housekeeper met Peter kitty today. She already has several cats but like me, loves each and all of them. She fell bonkers in love with little Peter. She cleaned our house quite well even though there were some commercial breaks due to oohing and ahing over the Siamese baby. In a week or so we plan to have housekeeper and her boyfriend over so that we can start planning on shed renovations. That shed could be sixty years old- might have been built in the 40s. Its a beaut. Twelve foot high with large beams for flooring. Its windows are in bad shape. Its garage door doesn't open but the side door does. Hubby would love to have it turned into a small guest cottage but the cost for that probably is a bill meant for millionaires. I love architecture and funky old buildings so the project has captivated me. For sure we have the height needed to make a loft for storage or whatever. Meantime, the Scotsman weather vane is up and enjoying the breeze from the shed's roof.
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@rebelann (104907)
• El Paso, Texas
25 Jan
Oh those siamese beauties, they always get the attention.
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@rebelann (104907)
• El Paso, Texas
25 Jan
He is awesome. The vet tech was stunned when he started licking her cheek and hands. Honestly I've never had a cat do that to me either but this little guy is so loving and playful, he will get hold of either his crunchy toys or a piece of cardboard that Roscoe chewed up and drag it around then brings to me to throw for him. I'm trying to get a video of him doing that.
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@sallypup (53104)
• Centralia, Washington
25 Jan
@rebelann You have a precious kitty. I'm glad he found you. Sweet and smart, too.
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@sallypup (53104)
• Centralia, Washington
25 Jan
@rebelann How is your handsome boy doing?
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@TheSojourner (62610)
• United States
25 Jan
I hope that you can do something with that shed that is touching the creative side of you. It sounds lovely, whatever it looks like. And I think I missed something about a Peter! A new creature, while I was in mexico?
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@sallypup (53104)
• Centralia, Washington
25 Jan
@TheSojourner Go back a post, I think. You will find Peter and his photo. Mr. Snowshoe Siamese boy. I love the shed but am trying to let hubby have the roost out there. Pray for me!!
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• United States
25 Jan
@sallypup I think it sounds like a lovely project.
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@kaylachan (41639)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
25 Jan
I'm sure the cat loved it the most.
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@wolfgirl569 (69200)
• Marion, Ohio
25 Jan
Hope you can do something interesting with the shed
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@RasmaSandra (61464)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
24 Jan
Best of luck to you in figuring out what to do with the shed.
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@JudyEv (300597)
• Rockingham, Australia
24 Jan
I hope you're able to do something creative with the shed. It should be a fun restoration. I wouldn't get any work done if I had Peter in the house.
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@popciclecold (31088)
• United States
24 Jan
Good your housekeeper fell in love with Peter.
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@jstory07 (125777)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Jan
I hope you can get it repaired to look nice if mothing else.
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@sallypup (53104)
• Centralia, Washington
25 Jan
@jstory07 I would love to get the shed restored to its original handsome beauty.
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@jstory07 (125777)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Jan
@sallypup That would really be nice.
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@Juliaacv (74807)
• Canada
25 Jan
It sounds like a really nice out building.
• United States
25 Jan
Fixing up the shed sounds like a good idea and maybe you can find a way to keep the cost down.
@LindaOHio (115023)
• United States
25 Jan
I hope the shed project turns out well. I know you will keep us posted.
• United States
25 Jan
This is a bit off color idea, but you could convert it into a "cat house". If you stop and think about it, a lot of the pioneers lived in houses that were as small or smaller as your shed. Some of them were families of 4 or 6 people.