Saturday, November 5, 2011

Indiana: The Land of Orange Construction Barrels

If that isn't there official slogan, it should be. Mom spent the day driving to Indiana to meet Chrystal to help get Bagheera to his forever home with Cat. It should have gone smoothly....except for the million orange barrels and the 45 mile per hour speed limit......

But, Bagheera traveled like a champ. He was chatty with mom for about the first hour and then dozed for the rest of the drive. Cat was pretty excited to meet him and we know he has found a special forever home.


17 comments:

  1. Aaaah, the publicist says she used to live near the Pennsylvania Turnpike; the road that began construction as soon as it was finished

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  2. Cool! I can't wait to get a report on Cat's blog!

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  3. Good news, in spite of all the travel delays/slow-downs. We'll check out Cat's site, see if she's done an update.

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  4. Well done mum!!! Yay for Bagheera too!! Take care
    x

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  5. I love when a story has a happy ending, especially when it involves a forever home (if I left this comment twice -sorry... not sure if it went through the first time)

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  6. We know! Sometimes it seems like the whole world is under construction. "Land of the Orange Construction Barrels" was very funny to us!

    Happy Sunday!

    Tom
    xoxo

    pee ess: Glad Bagheera made it to his new home and is happy.

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  7. Yea! Another happy new beginning!!!
    I thought Kansas was the Land of the Orange Construction Barrels...! Ha roo roo roo!
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  8. Glad to hear that that part of the trip went all right. Sounds like Bagheera did well. Too bad about the darn orange barrels.

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  9. It's great Bagheera traveled well. He sure is a lucky kitty to find such a wonderful home.

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  10. I am SO glad Bagheera was such a good baby on the way to a new forever hone. xoxoxox

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  11. Indiana sounds a LOT like the Illinois I remember!
    HURRAH for Bagheera!

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  12. You were so fantastic and generous to help us out Jeanne...you truly are one of the good guys!!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!

    PS - I'm posting some pictures on my blog tomorrow :-)

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  13. It was so wonderful of you to help out with the transport. Good thing Bagheera travelled well and too bad about all the construction. We hope you have a really good week and wanted to tell you we are thinking of you and sending you purrs and good thoughts for the loss of Kletus. And purrs to the two new guys Danny & Mason for good health.

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  14. Thank you so much for helping Bagheera get to his forever home. xx

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