Kitten Welcoming in 2014

Here is Molly, who has now learned to lie on the rug in front of the fire, instead of trying to climb onto the fire and play with the flames:

Molly in Jan 2014 (photo credit Abigail Robinson)
Molly in Jan 2014 (photo credit Abigail Robinson)

Author: SC Skillman

I'm a writer of psychological, paranormal and mystery fiction for young adults and new adults, and have also published a self-help book for aspiring writers, all about how to write a novel, and about writers, their lives and works. Out soon: a new non-fiction book called Spirit of Warwickshire, and the first in my Dylan Raftery gothic series for young adults, Director's Cut. Find all my published books here:

2 thoughts on “Kitten Welcoming in 2014

    1. She certainly is, Victoria – and also she’s funny, cheeky, very affectionate and a constant source of interest and amusement! I can recommend a kitten as a delightful household companion. But I must warn any potential kitten owner – if you have textured wallpaper around the house (as we do) you may find that it doubles up as a cat scratching post, and then you find your wallpaper hanging in shreds…


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