Cashew Caju is one year old. We adopted him last year at Pets in the Pines. He was a tiny boy, one of the last kittens in the cage for adoption.
I have no idea of his exact birthday but I guess he was born around the last week of May. He is very curious and playful. This cat purrs so much! Every morning he comes to my bed and sits right beside my head and all that purr is like a lullaby! He also loves to drink water from the faucet. He sits in the Master bathroom sink and asks for fresh water.
I think Cashew will miss his backyard a lot. Moving to the desert will definitely disappoint my cats as they love the outdoors, but with so many predators like coyotes, big owls and bob cats we will have to build a catio for them.
I love nature and therefore my home needs natural elements anywhere I can find space and decent light. I have two fern plants, a variety of succulents, found bird nests and a small collection of minerals. This clutter gives me joy or some sort of peace. I am not exactly the bohemian type of girl but I do care for a little clutter of nature in my home.
Next month our family will move to the desert. We sold this home here in Northern Arizona and we are very excited to a new chapter. I will miss the great Summers in this city, but I don’t think I will miss Winters at all. I don’t like those dreadful cold days. We are exchanging the peaceful small city to a large one but our new home is away from the crowd, way up North near the wild desert. We will live very close to a dear friend from Brazil and I am very happy about it. I can only imagine our get-togethers around the pool, bbqs and brazilian music.
At the same time I wonder if we will be happy there, if kids will enjoy their new school, if they will make good friends…many concerns, but hopefully this unexpected relocation will bring wonderful things to our family.