Ginger William – a sort of sequel

I am sure I have the memory of Ginger William (see my series of recent posts with links in the sidebar which have also been linked to Michelle’s Weekly Pet Challenge)  to thank for the fact that when, in April 2009, I saw a picture of a ginger cat in a re-homing email, my attention was caught.  We were catted and dogged more than enough at the time, but I phoned the lady he had walked in upon – who was shortly to leave for Johannesburg – and said that if it got to the stage where SPCA was the only option, we would take him.

The eleventh hour was reached, and she phoned me.  On 6th May, 2009, I drove out to Umhlanga to collect him.  That is how MacGregor joined our household.

The comforts of home

The comforts of home

P.S.  Don’t forget to try a caption on the competition picture here.

© Colonialist November 2013 (WordPress)

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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22 Responses to Ginger William – a sort of sequel

  1. Pingback: Michelle’s Weekly Pet Challenge; Round up and start of new week. | Hope* the happy hugger

  2. Another story and another ginger cat to warm the cockles of the heart…
    George Bernard Shaw, who was a vegetarian, used to say that when he entered heaven he would be welcomed by huge numbers of cows, sheep, chickens, pigs and ducks whose lives had been saved because he hadn’t eaten them. I think your entry into heaven will be announced with trumpets and ginger cars competing to greet you !


  3. adinparadise says:

    Looking at MacGregor, I can understand why you just had to have him join your family. He looks in seventh heaven, curled up on the duvet. 🙂


  4. The Asian says:

    He looks super comfy there, is there space to squeeze in another?


  5. misswhiplash says:

    what a lovely cat and what a lovely person you and hugs to you all xxxxxx


  6. He look super comfy! Glad you found each other =^.^=


  7. footsy2 says:

    I think that pets can and sometimes do reincarnate 🙂


  8. He looks very contented. What a lovely Ginger cat MacGregor is. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful story on the pet challenge, Col 🙂


  9. huntmode says:

    Went back to your original story Parts I-X – my favorite bits were your German tourists and dehydration and that icy water you found — your phrasing was priceless. Loved the story. So, who is this gent? William the II?


  10. huntmode says:

    He is a gorgeous kitty, Col! Wise decision back in 2009.


  11. nrhatch says:

    Lovely and LUCKY cat!


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