Saturday, February 6, 2010

A heartfelt thanks.







Today is a warm day, calm, quiet. Nadolig sits in the sunshine in the garden and waits. And we would all like to send our thanks to all who have sent letters and cards to Mr G. They have come from Wales and England, Scotland and Ireland, Australia and Austria, Belgium and America, from north and south, California, Colorado, Alaska, and Australia. All bring good wishes and news from cats all around the world and all gladden Glyn's heart.
The small world of Treleddyd will be glad again when Glyn is home and we are told that he is doing well and is warm and cared for. And She has given us all a talking to about how much food Glyn has given us over the years. There is always a warm welcome for any four legs, be it cat, dog, fox or badger, with Glyn, so sharing with Nadolig, for a short time, should not be too difficult for us to manage.
So thank you, for the cards. Heartwarming.


12 comments:

Maggie Marsland said...

Fantastic, Jackie! So pleased to hear of all the kind missives for Glyn - what a following you have! Our love and best wishes to him all the way from Chandlers Ford. And love to Nadolig. Maggie & Roger x

Vicky~ stichr ~ said...

Warm wishes too from me, Precious. Nadolig's colors of bold black and white really make your gingerness stand out! My person can't remember what you call my coloring, I call it perfect for hiding in the grass.

Terra said...

I am so glad your friend got so many cards from round the globe, including mine from California, and good to hear he is on the mend. I sent one with a kitten on it.
I love hearing about all of your cats and how you are caring for his for a while.
Terra

Sobeit said...

Ah, this is wonderful to read. How does one send a card? Is there an address somewhere...
sobeit

quiltcat said...

It looks like Kiffer and Nadolig are sharing a pleasant greeting...i hope the other cats will do the same. Lovely to see that Mr Griffiths is receiving plenty of cards from around the world. We all hope that he will be home and well cared for there, soon.

aromatic said...

Speedy recovery Glyn!!xxxxx

The Ginger Darlings said...

to send a card to Glyn do so c/o The Moshulu Shoe Shop, New Street, St Davids, Pembs, SA62 6SN.
And many thanks. They do gladden his heart.

Life of Cattoo said...

Hiya - just wanted to let you know I've nominated you for the sunshine blog award... http://lifeofcattoo.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunshine-award.html

A Brit in Tennessee said...

A card is in the post as we speak.
Poor nadolig has seen his fair share of cat fights, his poor little nose speaks the truth.
Well wishes for Glyn, and hope to read he is home soon.
Hugs from Tennessee,
Jo
x

Anonymous said...

It is small gestures such as these -- feeding a neighbour's cat or sending a get-well card to a person you've never met -- that can often make the biggest difference.

No kind deed is ever wasted.

Philip Ardagh

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

Nadolig, your face tells a hundred tales.

So glad the cards are helping raise Glyn's spirits. The wee ones liked doing the drawings. I offered to put a paw print in by the PM thought it was not a good idea.

Purrs Goldie

Dougie Donk said...

Thanks for the update. Nadolig reminds me so much of my old friend Spot that I have a little tear in my eye every time you post a photo of him.

So glad to see that he looks well & hear that Glyn is also taking pleasure from our cards. Would he appreciate some photos of the real Dougie Donk playing in the snow? If so, I'll send them over the weekend.