520. Michelle Ehlts Print         
Sonny at 1 Year

Willy at 6 Months

Tuby at 3 Months

Natalie at 7 Weeks (left) and Emilie at 3 Months

Martie at 3 Months

Breed: Domestic Longhair CatGender: Male
Favorite Food: They are all very finicky eaters and I have been trying to find a premium food that they like the taste of. When I was almost going to give up and feed them store brand, I found Flint River Ranch and bought a sample. They went nuts over it. They even tried eating the bag it came in. So they are now going to get Flint River Ranch cat and kitten food.
Favorite Activities: They will all try to sit on my lap when I sit down. It is quite the sight. They are all very special and love attention.
Story: These guys are kind of unique, because they are all indoor barn cats. They are also all named after country singers. We started out with Sonny and Cher and just took of from there. Cher was the Mom of the kittens; she is at a different home now. I can't have cats in the house because my husband is allergic. Five of them are related and I adopted the one to make 6: 3 females and 3 males.
Sonny is the uncle of 4 of the kittens.

See Michelle's other pets at entries 510 and 892.

Breed: Domestic Mediumhair CatGender: Male
Story: Willy had to be home-raised because his mom got mastitis. He is special.

Breed: Domestic Longhair CatGender: Male
Story: When this litter was born, mom cat moved him way up in the rafters when he was only a day old, and I searched and searched for him because mom couldn't find him. I finally found him in between the ceiling and the outside wall; he had fallen half way down between the wall. I pulled him out and saved his life.

Breed: Domestic Shorthair CatGender: Female
Story: I adopted Natalie so that I could have 3 females and 3 males. She is the only one that is not related to the other ones. I nursed her for a little while too; she came when she was only 4 weeks and wasn't eating any food yet. But boy when I put a sample of Flint River Ranch cat and kitten food down she went right for the bowl.

Breed: Domestic Shorthair CatGender: Female
She is very rare, because there is not too many orange tabbies that are females.

Breed: Domestic Longhair CatGender: Female

Staff: Michelle Ehlts
Home: Waupun, WI
Date Entered into Gallery: January 3, 2005

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