Wednesday, October 1, 2008

How Sweet It Is

Our First Award!!!! This award was given to us by Cats In Maryland and we are very grateful!
The award is Premio Dardos and it means:

With the Premium Dardos, recognize the values that each blogger shows each day in commitment to transmit cultural values, ethical, literary, personal etc. that, in short, demonstrate their creativity by alive thinking that remains intact from their letters and words."

This label implies two rules: The first, link the blog from which the award was received. The second rule is to pick blogs to deliver the award to.

I would like to pass this award along to:
The Cats P
Juniorbabee and Orion
Aoise's World
Manx Mnews


  1. Congratualtions on your 1st award! We saw you over at Niko and Cloud's blog and came over to introduce ourselves. We look forward to getting to know you better!

  2. Concatulations on your first award! And thank you for gifting us with it! We have received another this week so we will be posting them soon!

  3. Concatulations on your award, the first of many I'm sure and thankyou for nominating me. As you know, I am off to pwison tomorrow and then miewmie flies away in a big plane to China so I won't be able to put it on my bloggy page until she gets back, which is forever away.

  4. Concatulations on yer award Maggie!

  5. I just had a little catchup on your blog, I'm very pleased that Maggie's surgery went well and she's recovering ok. Congratulations on your award and also well done for helping out with a TNR programme. It's such an essential need to improve the welfare of feral cats.

  6. Hi ya, Maggie May! Nice to meet cha! And congrats on your first award! That's really kool!

    Wally, Ernie & Zoey

  7. Concats on your award and a big FANK YOO for sharing it with us...


  8. Maggie May, I am very happy to meet you. You are very beautiful! I like calico cats a lot. See you again soon!

  9. We saw your desperately wanting post in google reader, yet for some reason when we go to your blog it is not there. How much longer does she need to be in solitary? Is there anyway the vet would allow her to be in something like a bathroom or other small room for an hour or two a day? Maybe some feliway or rescue remedy would keep her calmer in solitary?


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