Updated: Sep 27
I want to introduce you all to the newest members of the family! Say Hello to Wallace + Leonard.
We welcomed these little boys into our homes and very quickly they worked their way into our hearts. We love the laughs and smiles they've brought to our home so far and can't wait to watch them grow. You can expect to see a lot more of these little fluffballs!
We adopted these little boys from the Oromocto and Area SPCA! If you've been following along, you know that we adopted a cat named Arnold, who has now been returned home to his family! We still had some extra love to give, so it only made sense to double down and get two kittens.
I also had some fantastic one on one mentoring with my best friend and talented newborn photographer, Kat of Apple & Egg Photography. She came to my studio and showed me the ropes when it comes to babies, or in this case, baby cats! I'm so happy to have learned all kinds of tips and tricks in the studio that I'm excited to start using, all thanks to her guidance and advice.
Kat is the master of getting babies settled, relaxed and posed for her incredible newborn sessions. If you haven't seen this woman's skills, you seriously need to view her work on her website, designed by yours truly ;) -> appleandeggphotography.com
We have come to learn that Leonard is the smart one. He takes calculated risks, unlike his brother. Leonard loves cuddling and is always happy to curl up under the blankets for a snuggle. He has a light grey coat and a soft, squeaky little meow.
Wallace is a bit on the silly side and we find ourselves calling him Walnut. He likes to start wrestling matches with Leonard, even if he is peacefully napping. Wally has a gorgeous, fluffy mane and a dark graphite coloured coat.
The adorable Lion is handmade by Coastal Felting in British Colombia