Posted in Cuisine, Lifestyle

Initial Impression: Power Air Fryer XL Pro

I am not overly fond of fried foods. Too much grease nauseates me; however, the fried foods I do like, I like a whole lot… fried chicken, doughnuts, cheese curds, french fries… mmmm nom nom. I have a gazillion kitchen toys (utensils, gadgets and appliances) and am always anxious to try out the next latest and greatest invention. When I get a lazy Saturday morning, which RARELY happens, I enjoy sitting in front of the TV with my mondo-sized-mug-o-coffee and watching Food Network with The Mr. and kids; or when flipping the channels getting captivated by either ‘In the Kitchen with ______’ on QVC or sucked in with one of those uberly-excited, over-dramatic, you’re-going-to-keel-over-if-you-don’t-act-now infomercials. And sometimes, I (we) fall for it.

I learned about Air Frying a year or so ago, and have had a Philips Airfryer in my Amazon cart for about that long. I just never felt the need to spend $300 on a toy I may use every now and then, because again, fried foods make me wanna hurl. But then – I saw the informercial for the Power Air Fryer XL Pro. The demo impressed me. The price was a helluva lot less than the Philips and it had a decent try-it guarantee, so as I do with ALL (literally ALL) things I spend money on, I did research! (Google is my inquiry BFF) It seemed to get some very promising reviews AND, long story short, QVC offered it with special accessories and on 5 Easy Pay ($23.80 got it to my door), so why not? I ordered the 3.4 Qt. in Black.

I was excited to receive my new play thing, and had been dreaming of all the fantastic goodies I could whip up prior to it’s arrival, as it claims to not only ‘fry’ things, but bake, sauté, roast, steam and grill – Whooppee!

First things first… what do you imagine the very first thing is to try in the brand new air fryer? Something I have not really had since starting Weight Watchers – Hand-Cut French Fries! Oh yes, tasty little starchy morsels of goodness, that’s what!

I began with a medium-sized, Texas-grown russet tater. (I failed to take a picture of said tater, but figure you know what I’m talkin’ bout, right?)

I scrubbed it with a potato brush and left the skin-on. Skin-on fries are the tastiest and my favorite!

I then cut it into sticks.


To remove the access starch, soak in a cold water bath for 15-20 mins.


Drain off the water and give another rinse with cold water; dry completely! I wrapped in cheesecloth and pressed. I let the bowl sit on the counter for a bit and continued to press to absorb as much moisture as possible.


Remove the cheesecloth and drizzle with VERY LITTLE oil (olive or vegetable), maybe a 1/2 tsp; sprinkle with salt and toss/mix to coat each potato stick. Cooking with air requires little to no oil. I added oil to help aid in the crispiness of the fry. Place in the fry basket.


The Power Air Fryer has several presetting options, one being for Fries. Once locking the basket into place, and hitting the Fries button, they begin to cook immediately at 400° for 18 minutes. The user manual instructs you to pull out the basket and toss half way through the cooking process, so at 9 minutes, I did as I was told and then placed back into the paused machine.


At the end of the 18 minutes, I pulled out the basket and gave them another toss to ensure they all looked done. They probably could’ve gone for an additional minute or two, as the centers were less crispy than I would personally prefer.


The French fries turned out delicious! I’d say they were a cross between those cooked in an oil fryer and those baked in an oven, with zero greasy or oily residue/taste. Essentially the concept of ‘frying’ with air is nothing more than cooking in a convection oven. The hot, pressured air circulates the food being cooked, sealing in moisture while making the outside crispy. However, the time and energy saved using the countertop appliance vs. my wall oven, especially in the summer, is outstanding!! After my first go, I am extremely excited to try out a plethora of other things!

So, on my scale of 1-5 Bellyrubs, after the initial use, I give the Power Air Fryer XL Pro:


4 Paws-Up!





Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.

-Kate Moss

Food. It is no secret that I love food. I am, however very choosy in what I consume. Not necessarily picky, (ok, perhaps it could be said that I am picky) but I do my best to make good decisions when it comes to food; both for my health and wellness but even more importantly the source in which it came.

I have many likes and many dislikes when it comes to food. At one point in my young life I would give most anything a try and looking back now knowing what certain things are,(think, chicken gizzards, sardines from a can, SUSHI etc.) I am repulsed that I put such things in my mouth. Sure, they may taste good (but do they?!) or are part of some fad, but as a grown adult, I am much more wise as to what hits my tummy; and if I don’t know what something is, well, thank goodness for google!

Right now, at age 37.5, I cannot say I have ever been “fat”. Definitely overweight, but never obese. When I got married to The Mr. (aka Craig, the hubby) in 2001, I weighed less than 100 pounds; I stand at a whopping 5’2.5″, so I was tiny. Granted, I was 21 years old. In the beginning of a happy marriage I likely gained a few ‘comfort’ pounds, but nothing really noticeable. Then 2007 hit. The Mr. was diagnosed with testicular cancer. BOOM!! I became something I had never been, a stress eater. Honestly, during the entire time we were dealing with cancer, my world was a blur. I remember a few things standing out, but mostly my memories are triggered by photos and seeing the girl I had transformed into. My world crumbled to pieces. Perhaps I will dedicate a separate post to the cancer story, but at this time I will just say it was dark and painful. No one, other than Craig and I know what that time was like. No one. Except my scale. I was up at least 65 pounds.

After The Mr.’s treatment (successfully) ended, we decided to slam that chapter of our lives closed, and not just start a new chapter, but rather an entirely new book series. We packed everything we had left and headed for the hills desert. We moved to Henderson, NV in the blistering hot summer of 2009. Starting a fresh new life, I had the motivation to drop a good portion of the stress weight I had been carrying around the last two years. After a strict vegetarian diet and lots of working out via the Nintendo Wii, I lost 30 pounds. I was so very proud of myself and I felt good. I was not, and probably never would be again, the 100 pound petite girl I was 8 years prior, but I succeeded in my mission.

Now, fast forward to the present. Five summers ago, we picked up again, under very different circumstances, and moved to our permanent home of Central Texas. As far as my weight goes, it had fluctuated by only a pound or two here or there. With it being on a steady plateau for many years, I figured, ‘Ok’ I am okay with myself. I know I could shed about 10 pounds and feel even better, BUT– I live in Texas, for crying out loud! I don’t give a rat’s patoot what anyone says, Texas has the best food anywhere. Between the BBQ (oh yeah, I adopted some animal flesh back into my diet since moving South), the Tex-Mex fare and beer, I said I would never want to give any of those things up for the sake of being skinny; and why should I? I basically could eat whatever I wanted, drink between 1-3 beers a day and the scale would still reflect the same number. Oh, and I haven’t even mentioned the sweet tooth I had. I love to cook, but I LOVE to bake… and then eat it!

I believe I have body dysmorphia. I believe I feel and look to others much thinner than I really am. I’d look in the mirror and see someone I was happy with. My clothes sizes reflected the average sized woman for my age. My jeans were a size 8, my tops a Medium, and dresses 8-10. Normal. Why a need for change? I am approaching 40 years old, I think I look damn good for a woman my age, right? Ummm… not so much. I saw myself in pictures, from behind, and realized who I was in my mind was not who I actually was. Again, I am aging. I need to change my habits and ways of eating so that I may live the life I love for as long as possible. It is much less about vanity, but about my health. I want to be healthy AND feel good. I couldn’t care less about what anyone, other than The Mr. thinks of me, I care about my well being. So with that, I decided on a whim to change my life for the better.

There was really no particular ‘thing’ that made me put my foot down and say “I am going to lose weight, damnit!” I just did. I had no time to physically or mentally prepare for the new way of eating. In fact, my brother had come to visit for a few days and we had stocked our pantry full of delicious Texas foods and beer to indulge on during the visit. We ate out at a few of our favorite restaurants and barely touched the treats. The day after my brother headed back home to Colorado, The Mr. and I started our lifestyle change… why? Because perhaps we thought it’d be fun to keep a strict log of everything we put into our mouths and to waste all the stuff we had just lined our shelves with the few days prior, only to have it taunt us; not sure, really, but I was bound and determined to make it a success.

I signed up for Weight Watchers on 04 April 2017. I downloaded the app on my phone, purchased some measuring spoons to keep in my handbag (should we splurge and go on a dinner date) and gathered together meal recipes that included WW points. The Mr. joined me on the journey two days later. We take this very seriously. We are not on a diet. We have begun a lifestyle change. Diets are temporary. We have full intention that this is our permanent routine; it has been for the last 2.5 months, and it has paid off. I could not be more proud of ourselves. And I could not be more thrilled with our progress.

As of today, I am down 22.2 pounds and The Mr. is down 25.8 pounds. This is HUMONGOUS!! I have not been at the weight I am now, for… golly, I can’t remember. Long before the cancer. My initial goal was a reasonable 20 lbs. I have surpassed that and have created a new goal for myself. Once I hit that, I will be doing all I can to maintain the loss and tone-up. I am happy. I feel fantastic and I actually like what I see in photographs. The hard work and sacrifices are absolutely paying off… and the funny thing is, with a few exceptions, I don’t miss a lot. My tastes have changed. I don’t have cravings for sweets; I have a beer MAYBE once every couple of weeks; I really have no desire for those things. I have always loved fresh fruits and vegetables, so including those into my daily meals has been a joy. The toughest thing has been cutting down on dairy. I love milk. I LOVE cheese… but have found that almond milk is a fantastic and tasty alternative! As far as cheese… well, there is no substitute for cheese, so I have it in moderation. That is the beauty of Weight Watchers and what makes it possible for a successful outcome; you are not denied anything. Nothing! If you want to eat it, fine! Pizza? Sure! Ice cream, Ok! Just be aware of the amount it costs from the point bank (allowance) you get each day.

I LOVE life. I especially love MY life and what The Mr. and I have created together, and I want to make the best of it, for as long as I am granted. So, remember, nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.



What You Eat In Private, You Wear In Public

Posted in Creatures

The Kate E. Kat Tales


Our furry kids are special. Yeah, yeah, yeah, sure; every parent believes their kid is special. But really, ours are. Like, more than special. Extraordinary, really. Especially our kitty siblings, Katie and Henry. They may be classified as felines, but believe you me, they are really made from the canine, primate (chimpanzee perhaps), marsupial and homosapien-species-cloth. They do things and act like no other kitties I’ve ever seen, nor anyone that has ever met them has witnessed from another cat. Sure, they lounge around, prowl, purr, and knead biscuits (BISCUITS!!) like the best of ’em, but they also have talents & traits found in all the species named above.

Because Katie and Henry and so stinkin’ exceptional, I have decided to share them (well, not THEM, but their silliness) with all the world!! I am currently working on The Kate E. Kat Tales, a You Tube channel, that will feature episodes starring Katie (Kate E.), Henry, Lillie, Pennie, Charlie & Daphnie and showcase all of their amusing shenanigans.

Kate E Kat Emoticon

This is a project I am trying my darnedest to complete, but it has taken longer than I had initially hoped, to roll out. I started putting The Kate E. Kat Tales (TKEKT) together on my Dell laptop and found that the PC was just not gonna cut it in terms of producing a quality show that would capture the interest of others. My Ah-May-Zing husband surprised me with a Mac desktop computer, which has completely changed the game in regards to my creative and artistic capabilities. So, I am in the process (along with all my other millions of projects and work duties) of attending Udemy courses on iMovie production, cinematography and photography. I am a perfectionist; a do-it-right-the-first-time kinda gal, and nothing half-assed will suffice, soooo with that being said, TKEKT WILL be premiering soon, just not a quickly as I would have hoped. In the meantime, I invite one and all to view the trailer for The Kate E. Kat Tales and ask, no beg, that you give it a ‘thumbs-up’ and subscribe to the channel; it’d be very much appreciated!!

Posted in Cuisine

Vegetarian Quinoa Enchilada Bake

I love to find or create recipes that are an all-in-one meal; meaning, they are so hearty they need no side dish. This is one that is really tasty and easy enough for a weeknight. It can easily be altered to make more or less spicy. Add chopped jalapeños to be sautéed with onion and peppers, or as a garnish. This can also be made with ground beef or chicken for a non-vegetarian version. I can even see this being used as a burrito filling.

Vegetarian Quinoa Enchilada Bake

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A super tasty, not-too-spicy vegetarian meal. No side dish needed.


  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup quinoa, rinsed
  • 1/2 Tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 onion, diced
  • 1-1/2 cloves garlic
  • 1 red bell pepper, seeded and diced
  • 1 orange bell pepper, seeded and diced
  • salt & pepper
  • 1 can (15 oz) black beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1/2 cup frozen corn
  • 1/2 Tbsp chili powder
  • 3/4 tsp ground cumin
  • 10-12 oz red enchilada sauce
  • cilantro, freshly chopped or dried, to taste
  • 1/2 lime, juiced
  • 1 cup shredded Mexican/cheddar cheese, divided


  1. Preheat oven to 350°F/175°C.
  2. Add the water to a small saucepan and bring it to a boil. Add the rinsed quinoa and simmer for about 5 minutes. Reduce heat to low, cover the pot and simmer for 15 minutes, or until all the water has been absorbed. Remove from heat and fluff with a fork.
  3. While the quinoa is cooking, heat the olive oil in a large sauté pan over medium-high heat. Add the onion, garlic, red and orange bell peppers. Salt and pepper to taste. Cook until onion is translucent and peppers have slightly browned.
  4. In a large bowl, combine the quinoa, sautéed vegetables, black beans, corn, chili powder, cumin and 1/4 cup of the cheese. Stir to mix. Add the enchilada sauce, cilantro and lime juice; stir until well combined.
  5. Pour into a 8×8 or 9×9 square baking dish. Top with remaining cheese and bake for 30-35 minutes, or until the cheese has melted and the sides are bubbling. Allow casserole to cool slightly before serving. Garnish with chopped green onions, cilantro, avocado, tortilla chips or sour cream, if desired.

This recipe makes 4 servings; recipe may be doubled for a family.

Recipe courtesy of Biscuits & Bellyrubs

I made this recipe using things I already had on hand. I didn’t have large red or orange bell peppers in the fridge, so I used the snacking bell peppers and half a sweet-Texas onion.










Posted in Cuisine

My G-ma’s Waffles

This is my G-ma’s recipe for waffles; it is by far the best I’ve ever come across. Perfect for weekend breakfast, brunch or a sweet supper!

G-ma's Waffles

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light, baked treat for breakfast, brunch or dinner.


  • 1-1/2 c flour
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 Tbsp sugar
  • 1 c milk
  • 2 egg yolks *save egg whites; they will be used separately; beat until frothy.
  • 2 Tbsp vegetable oil
  • vanilla (as much or as little as you like)


  1. In a medium bowl, mix dry and wet ingredients together.
  2. Fold in beaten egg whites.
  3. Pour batter onto lightly greased waffle iron until browned to your preference.
  4. Top with maple syrup, fresh berries & whipped cream, bananas foster or anything you’d like!!

This recipe makes approximately four large waffles; recipe may need to be doubled for a family.

Recipe courtesy of Biscuits & Bellyrubs
Posted in Cruelty-free, Lifestyle


I love the idea of subscription boxes. I began monthly subscriptions with two beauty boxes years ago when the concept was new. I always looked so forward to the next one arriving in my mailbox to find my new favorite brand. Over time, however they began to disappoint me. The items in the boxes became smaller and smaller ‘sample-sized’ products. (Sephora handed out larger samples than what I was paying for in my box!) So, I cancelled them both. I gave a couple boxes as gifts to others, but never started up for myself again until…

I stumbled upon, what I hope to be the Holy Grail of subscription boxes  – LOVE GOODLY! LOVE GOODLY is my kinda box! They offer Eco Friendly, Non-Toxic and Vegan, beauty, personal care, health & wellness, accessories and style products in their boxes while supporting causes like, Farm Sanctuary, Beagle Freedom Project and Cure Cervical Cancer. I was so excited to sign-up and was very hopeful in what I would get for the bi-monthly membership cost of $29.95. Unfortunately for me, I learned about LOVE GOODLY just after the last box ship date had passed, so I was forced to wait until June. Well, guess what arrived in my mailbox today?! Yup! And I was like a little kid on Christmas dying to see what was inside! Eeeeeep!

I have been putting off buying much needed mascara and a fun summer shade of nail polish in hopes one or both would be in my monthly box, since I had NO idea what I’d be getting; I even avoided cheating by looking online… Anyhoo, today I am posting what I received along with my initial impression. I will then update and give my Biscuit review after I have tried each of the products.


Description and list of each item included in the June/July box supporting Farm Sanctuary:


Fred + Far Trillion Pin

I have never heard of this company before, nor am I familiar with the self-love movement, but hey, sounds good to me!


Gemtye Custom Heart Bracelet and Hair Tie

This is cute. Aaaand it’s turquoise so it’ll definitely be worn. My hair is no where near long enough to need a fancy hair tie, but just in case, I may have one on my wrist! When I did have long hair I just never felt a scrunchie was a fashionable accessory, so this would’ve looked lovely while also coming in handy!


New Chapter Perfect Hair, Skin & Nails

Who doesn’t want healthy hair and nails while also supporting skin elasticity?! Sure, I’m on board!


100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Pomegranate Oil Anti-Aging Lipstick in Poppy

First of all, I LOVE lip stuff (stick, gloss, balm) so I was excited when first seeing this. The packaging is lovely and it smells like pomegranate which is yummy, but GOOD LAWD! This color scares the ba-jeebers outta me! Um… I’m thinking this will be given to a gal with more guts and a brighter white smile than I have. Boo-Hoo. (It does goes quite nicely with my current nail polish color though!)


Faby Nail Polish in Hula Hoop Pink

YES! A polish! Woo Hoo!! Commence Happy Dance… AND it is a color I will actually wear! Not blue or white or some other god-awful-less-than-flattering-shade! 99.9% of the time I sport red of various shades, so this pink will be fun! It’s actually prettier in person than the photo depicts. It is kind of a corally-pink shade that I think will look nicely on my warm skin-tone.


Kat Von D Beauty Everlasting Liquid in Lovecraft

Now we’re talkin!! Other than the nail polish, I am super excited about this!! I’ve heard amazing things about this lip..stick? lip…gloss? Either is great! It claims to be ‘life-proof’, so I am anxious to give it a whirl; and again the color is gorgeous! Kind of a nudeish-mauve. I’m a fan of Kat, so this will be fun!


So. Six items, with all but one(?!) full sized. I am very excited about this box! My only hope going forward would be to have products sent to me that would go with my beauty style/skin tone; perhaps more customized to my individual taste and look. Luckily, the two items I am most thrilled about WILL work for me! That one lipstick is the only bummer… Now, off to Ulta I go to get myself some lash-coating magic!

**The lovely ladies at LOVE GOODLY have NO idea who I am. I paid for this box with my own $$ and all opinions and impressions are my own candid thoughts.


Posted in Cruelty-free

Test On Humans. Not On Animals

rabbit-palm-hand-snatch-53966Animal testing. It makes less than zero sense to me why on God’s green Earth precious lil beings are having products for humans tested on them. If we need to know how something may affect a human, why, oh, why would we not be testing on HUMANS? There are plenty of bad humans wasting away in cells, why not put their ‘human-ness’ to good work?! Just sayin…

I am especially sensitive to testing on animals, because one of my babies is a Beagle. Did you know that Beagles are used in testing? Do you know why? Beacuse of their ‘totally-chill-you-can-do-anything-you-want-with-me-because-you-say-so’ demeanor, that’s why. It kills me to look into Charlie’s sweet auburn eyes and think what is being done to pups just like her. Then, do you know what happens to the angels after the evil humans are done with their “testing”? They kill them. They are no longer useful, so they are ‘destroyed’.

I have made it my mission in life to only support businesses/companies that refuse to conduct testing on animals. But, unfortunately it is just not good enough to look for ‘Not Tested On Animals’ on the labels; that is fine and dandy, but some companies, while claiming this, still sell their goods to China where animal testing is required by law!! This means large American and European companies MUST have their products tested before being sold to the Chinese cosmetics market. This market was worth over $26 BILLION last year and rapidly rising! The almighty dollar is more attractive to these companies than the lives of innocent creatures. Heartbreaking.

We, as individuals can’t change the world by ourselves. If everyone began the transition from supporting testing companies to animal-friendly ones we could end it all together. And you know what? Natural, animal loving products are a whole-heck-of-a-lot better than their counterpart anyway! Do good for yourself AND for other beings!

I have dedicated an entire section of my blog to this subject! I will focus on, and give kudos to companies we are proud to give our hard-earned money to. Everything from cosmetics and toiletries, to cleaning goods and household items. Doing good, feels good!!!

Posted in Cuisine


Cuisine. Fare. Chow. Fuel. FOOD. I love it. I am always thinking about it. When I wake up in the morning before I prepare breakfast, I am thinking about what I will be making for dinner that night (if not already planned ahead of time!) Craig gets frustrated with me, because he’s sipping his first cuppa-coffee and I’m asking him about what sounds good for supper. 

I love most everything about food. I love to plan, play with, and prepare new dishes. Although it is fun to go out to a restaurant, I’d much rather prepare our own meals at home; mostly for two reasons: One, if I am cooking, I know precisely what goes into it, and Two, I have an amazing kitchen (my dream kitchen, designed by yours truly when building our home) that makes it practical and fun. 

I very much enjoy both cooking and baking. I have many-a-fond memory of learning to do, and appreciate both from my Grandma and my Mama. My paternal Grandma, (whom I call G-ma) was an outstanding baker. She was the epitome of a Grandma in both physical appearance and talents. My great-grandparents hailed from Austria, so my G-ma learned from her Mutter all there was about European/German baked goods. My Daddy loves to bake as well, thanks to her, so we keep her memory alive by doing what she did in the kitchen and honoring her. 

My Mama, on the other hand hates to bake, but she is a master in the kitchen. She missed her calling to be a professional, that’s for sure! She taught me at a young age the importance of a good, balanced, and oh-so flavorful meal.

I am quite picky about what goes into my food. Real food comes from real ingredients. Fruits, vegetables, grains… if you can grow it, it should be good enough to eat. We don’t do chemicals. If we don’t know what it is, or how to pronounce it, it does’t end up in our tummy. We are obsessive label readers; less is more!

I am very passionate about responsible eating. Due to my love of animals and a distaste for most meat, I steer away from anything but free-range, organic, happy, pampered chickens and occasional wild-caught fish. I used to be a vegetarian for many, many years, and always play with the idea of doing it again or going full-on Vegan one day. But when being honest with myself, I LOVE chicken. I LOVE dairy and find nothing wrong with consuming those things IF done so responsibly. I refuse to support factory “farms” that mass produce animals for humans to consume. I refuse to support large dairy “farms” that never allow a cow to see the light of day, or keeping them pregnant at all times to take their milk; and after birthing a boy, disposing of him because he is not useful… Ok, ok, I will leave that soap-box topic for another post of its own.

Anyhoo, my plans for this section of my blog is to talk about anything relating to food. I have an infinite amount of recipes to share with the world. I have a plethora of kitchen gadgets and toys I like to share, along with tips and tricks. I am not only going to provide tasty delectables for humans, but also for our furry family members! And as a side note, whenever possible, I will include the Weight Watchers point value for meals/recipes. 

Posted in Creatures

For The Love Of All Creatures Great & Small

Arff, Meow, Chirp, Moo!! I am cuckoo-cuckoo for cocoa-puffs creatures!! Of all shapes & sizes!! I do not discriminate based on species or breed. I love and adore them all!! I love them probably more than I should. I cannot imagine loving anything more than I love animals. Period. Especially dogs. And cats. And birds. And pigs. And goats. And cows. And, oh yeah, dogs.

I have always had a special fondness for animals. Ever since I was a wee-lil-one, I remember identifying with Dr. Dolittle, and that continues to this day. I talk to them and *know* they understand every single word I say to them. They bring me pure joy and happiness.

Craig and I (currently) have six kids in our furry family. They are our children and we treat them as such. They all have child names (along with a gazillion-billion-trillion nicknames).

Liliana Bella, aka Lillie is our oldest. She is a ten-year old Shiba Inu. She believes she is the boss of her younger siblings.

Lillie Headshot

Next, is Penelope Louise, aka Pennie. She is a seven-year old Malchi; half Maltese and half Chihuahua. She is, well… Pennie.

Pennie Headshot

Next, is our very first kitty, Katherine Elizabeth, aka Katie. She is a three-year old purebred American Wirehair, coming from two Grand Champion Show cat parents.

Kate E. Headshot

After Katie, is our one and only baby boy, Henry Walter, aka Henry. He is Katie’s biological brother from another litter; he is two-and-a-half years old. (Their entire fascinating story will be featured in a separate blog post.)

Henry Headshot

Next up, is Charlotte Rhiannon, aka Charlie. She is a one-and-a-half year old Beagle who is still ALL puppy.

Charlie Headshot

Finally, is our newest addition, Daphnie Beatrice, aka Daphnie. She is an American Pitbull and is just a baby at four months old. She is very special; Special in the most magnificent of ways; and I’ll leave it at that for now…

Daphnie Headshot 2