It’s been a little while since we visited with Sam Sam.
She is quite active, constantly running around and reminding us that she is nearby and needs attention.
In this upside-down pose one can see her “goatee” more fully. It’s part of her distinctive face markings.
We are quite enjoying her many antics. Here we see Sam Sam walking the ledge in the studio, looking for attention of course.
No words needed when Sam Sam turns on the adorableness.
Sam Sam continues to come into her own at CatSynth HQ, even claiming the “throne” pillow in the main room.
In this portrait, one can see that she has not just the distinctive smudge on her nose, but also a little spot of black on her chin. A goatee of a sort.
She has also become quite talkative, often letting us know when she wants attention or has an opinion to share.
And she does want a lot of attention. Samantha has taken to frequently rolling around on the rug and exhorting us to play.
We at CatSynth are happy to oblige.
Sam Sam continues to adjust to life at CatSynth HQ and charm us in the process. She is very sweet and loves affection and conversation. And she is spending more and more of her time out and about with us.
She does still find the stairs and balcony an interesting concept, but she is getting more used to that, too.
We present this lovely portrait of Samantha (aka “Sam Sam”) today. Something happy and life affirming.
Sam Sam is getting a bit more comfortable in her new home. She was out and about this morning, and quite talkative.
These photos show her very expressive eyes.
I really should take the tags out of that shoe. And yes, there are shoes all over CatSynth HQ.
We at CatSynth are excited to introduce the newest member of our family. Samantha, aka “Sam Sam”, came to live with us one week ago today.
Samantha comes to us via our friends Michael de la Cuesta (of Vacuum Tree Head and Karen de la Cuesta. She has had a challenging few years, with multiple moves – she is well traveled throughout California – and the death of her long-time human followed by the move by her subsequent human into assisted living. I hope she can have a happy and stable life her at CatSynth HQ. She’s still a bit nervous from all the changes, but she is starting to come out more; and has shown herself to be a very sweet and affectionate cat.
She has been thoroughly exploring CatSynth HQ and finding her own places. Here we see her posing among the artworks on the staircase.
It will take a little time for to fully adjust to life her, but we think she is going to be happy. So please join us welcoming Sam Sam!