The newest member of the Gumpert household.
Eva Gabor - age 8 weeks.
Eva was my Christmas present per se. We adopted her through a rescue group out of Bremerton. She was part of a litter that was born to an outside-only cat and with the snowy conditions they were taken in by Collar of Hope.
She was the only Tortie of the bunch.
Considering the fact that we already have two Torties - Magda and Zsa Zsa - and know how quirky they can be and the various medical problems they can possess -we decided "what the hell" and brought the little furball home on Christmas Eve.
It was perhaps one of the best decisions we could have made. Both Zsa Zsa and Magda took to her within a day. She is the perfect combination of both their personalities and can hold her own.
Zsa Zsa has not eaten plastic since Eva has been here. She's too busy following her around like a mother hen.
We even caught Zsa Zsa and Eva snuggling last night on the bed.
And unlike when we adopted the older girls 3 years ago, we are very happy with the rescue group Collar of Hope.
The director Theresa was great to deal with and even drove through crazy snow to hand-deliver Eva to us.
Eva came to us happy and healthy unlike Zsa Zsa and Magda who were not only kept in disgusting conditions but came so ill that we found ourselves with nearly $500 in medical bills for them within the first week.
All I can say is I am relieved the place we got Zsa Zsa and Magda from is no longer part of Pet Finder.
And while you may hear my husband grumbling about the fact we have another kitten, when no one is watching he's cuddling, baby talking and playing with her.
Whose Christmas present was she again?