Wednesday, February 17, 2010


We would like to say a very big thank you, from us, from Nadolig, but also from Mr Griffiths, for all the cards that he has been sent. His nephew, Emrys, has been taking the letters and cards to Glyn, and they have opened and read them together. Glyn's eyes are not as bright as they were when he was young. He doesn't see well. But he has so enjoyed getting the cards from people, from cats, all around the world. They have warmed his heart and cheered his soul, to know that so many people, and cats, would take the time to wish him well. So, he asked that his thanks be sent out to all and everyone. He particularly has enjoys the drawings of cats sent to him by children. And he has had cards from America and Canada, Wales, England, Scotland, Belgium, France, New Zealand and Australia. His room in the hospital is now filled with cats.
When he comes home he will bring them all with him and we will be greatly glad to see him.
And we would like to thank Chris and Julie for collecting all the cards for him.


A Brit in Tennessee said...

Yeh! I see my card arrived....
Well, "oliver" cat allowed me to sign it for him.
Get well soon, Mr.G.

Donatella said...

*sigh* It was such a little thing, sending a card, and yet it makes me feel so good! You are very welcome, also Nadolig, and everyone else. We are quite the cat loving community here on your blog and the Web. Much love to the Pack and the Pride.

Giulia said...

Hello to Mr. Griffiths from Giulia Geranium, the cat & her editor. We're so happy that he will be coming home & surely he will have enough cards for an exhibit!


Moonstone Gardens said...

Mr. Griffiths is very fortunate to have friends like you!

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

Such things truly warms the heart in a world where negative images and happenings seem to be the order of the day.

Lovely news.

Geiger and Sporran said...

Our secretary found a pretty cat card today and posted it on our behalf.And she told us to say hywl fawr am nawr.
We, of course, think this is silly. Cats would simply say: prrrr!

Anonymous said...

I love the pictures