Chrissy and Chambord are the proud parents of one female and two male kittens born on Sept 29, 2004. These kittens will be ready to go to their new homes the beginning of December 2004.
Marissa's Miracle Story at end of page
Click on pictures to view full size. Pictured in their birth order when named.
|Three days old||Three days old||Three days old|
|Five days old||Five days old||Five days old|
|Macadamia one week (female)||Cashew one week (male)||Walnut one week (male)|
|Macadamia 1 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 1 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 1 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia 2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 2 weeks (male)||Walnut 2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia 2 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 2 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 2 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia 3 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 3 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 3 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia 4 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 4 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 4 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia 5 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 5 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 5 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia 6 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 6 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 6 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia Cashew Walnut 6 1/2 weeks old|
|Macadamia 7 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 7 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 7 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia Cashew Walnut 7 1/2 weeks old|
|Macadamia 8 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 8 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 8 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Walnut Macadamia Cashew 8 1/2 weeks old|
|Macadamia 9 1/2 weeks "Mia" (female)||Cashew 9 1/2 weeks (male)||Walnut 9 1/2 weeks "Wally" (male)|
|Macadamia Walnut Cashew 9 1/2 weeks old|
Hope you enjoyed the picture show.
Macadamia is going to live in Euless, TX with Beth.
Cashew is going to live in Denver, CO with Marissa.
Walnut is going to live with Miami now Lily Grace and Janet.
Marissa's Miracle Story
Marissa Montgomery, a 12 year old from Denver, CO knows that miracles do exist as one just manifested in her life. Marissa had searched the Internet and found her purrfect dream kitten named Cashew in Boston, MA.
Marissa wanted two kittens but only one was available now and the other one, named Parcheesi, would not be available until the end of January.
Her parents decided that it would be best to make one trip to Boston in January and bring them both home at the same time. Marissa was saddened at the fact she would not have a kitten for Christmas. This upset her Dad Ron and he devised the purrfect plan.
With the spirit of Christmas in his heart and the magic of the holiday season in the air, he was able to arrange flights from Denver to Boston and back.
It would take 24 hours to complete this happy holiday trip with connecting flights and lay overs but Ron was determined to make his daughter’s Christmas the merriest of all with a kitten for Christmas.
Unbeknown to Marissa of her Dad’s exact where abouts Dad Ron flew all night long arriving in Boston at 10:30 in the morning on Saturday December 11, 2004.
Ron had a twinkle in his eye and a smile across his face that lit up like the brightest Christmas tree any child would want too see when he eyes gazed upon that little furry face of Cashew the 10 week old Shaded Silver Persian kitten.
Ron was ecstatic and could not contain his happiness. He was full of great joy and merriment knowing that Cashew was destined for his daughter Marissa. This truly will be a great Christmas for the Montgomery family of Denver, CO.
Ron gathered up Cashew and put him in the carrier and left Boston around 3:00 p m for the long flight home. About 8 long hours later Ron arrived back in Denver to bring Cashew home and into Marissa’s surprised arms.
Marissa could not believe her eyes. She had "no clue" that Cashew would be there for Christmas. Marissa was beside herself with happiness and joy. What a terrific surprise. Surely a divine intervention for this special Christmas present.
Miracles do happen today. We just do not realize that they are miracles. Marissa has a very special loving and caring Dad that any child would want to have.
Her Dad calls her the "hugger in the family" and I am sure her Dad got a very big hug for this very special present.
Ron will come back to Boston in January and bring Parcheesi home to give Marissa’s Cashew a little playmate.
To end this happy holiday heart warming story, "Yes Marissa, there is a Santa Claus".
Do you hear a bell ringing!……....
Did someone just get their wings…………… ^i^
Marissa and Cashew
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"To grow where we are planted is to walk the road we find ourselves on." George Anderson author of Walking in the Garden of Souls.
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