Anyone who owns (or is owned by) a cat knows they can do astonishing, amusing, and aggravating things on occasions. Okay, they do these things on a regular basis. Nothing occasional about it! Somehow, even the aggravating things are often funny after the fact. As my husband would say, they're better than tv.

I'm always telling stories about the LostWoods fur kids and their antics. Due to popular request (well, at least half a dozen people anyway), I've written down some of those stories and that's what you'll find here. Check back now and then for new stories. The kids are always up to something.

Welcome to LostWoods

Incarcerated Cats

The Call of the Juniper

Blue Cats

Emergency Preparedness

Ken Flintstone

A Cat on a Leash


Shira & the Dogs

The Carmex Must Die

Life in the Closet

Sleep Styles of the Furry & Spoiled


Cat Person

Cat Games

A Useful Cat

O Christmas Tree!

Talia Goes to a Show

Young Love

The Companions Introduce Themselves

A Day in the Life

The Closet

Meet the Wayfarers

A Letter from the Wayfarers

Teaching the Killer Kittens

Helping Mom

Empty Nest

A Complaint from the Travelers

What the Travelers Want

Easter Greetings from the Gifts



Our Big Day

Continuing the Tradition

A Dilemna

My Sister is a Pest

An Overdue Introduction

The Panacur Predicament

Our Three Moms

A Delayed Introduction


It's Tough Being the Only Girl

The Naughtiest Kittens Ever

CATastrphe in the Village

Talia Becomes Desperate

The Little Lions Roar

Hello from the Montana Kids

Saying Hello

Whose Bed Is It Anyway?

They Told Us We Had To Write

Hello from the BBs

We're Big, Too!

Rand & Avi's Story

Better Late Than Never

Talia Gives Kalispell Some Advice

Hello, Goodbye!

Happy Kittens

Okay, We'll Write!



(Please note that you will see a number of photos of our cats and kittens that I've taken outside in a natural setting. The LostWoods cats do NOT go outside unsupervised! When we do go outside for pictures and occasional adventures, there is always one person and usually two watching them closely. We do have an outside, fully enclosed run to which the older cats are allowed access, but even then we check on them often.)

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