WE HAVE KITTENS!!!! WE HAVE KITTENS!!! We have kittens!!!
For the 2021 school year, we are living in our Lake Texoma house in Mead, Oklahoma. The house to the left it our Tampa house, our permanent home. When we travel between houses, we load up all of our cats in our 40' RV and we road trip. We make the trip in one day (20 hours) to minimize the stress on the cats and the husband (Clint is a SAINT!). The girl cats stay in the house, and in the guest house and in our outdoor enclosed areas. Our boys have their own condos in one of our two guest houses. We take turns with the boys in their outdoor patio. Caesar and Romeo love each other. The rest of the boys prefer the company of girls. We have three kids still at home, 11 year old twins and our 17 year old daughter. We have a Karakachan dog from Bulgaria, a Siberian Husky (who is insane), nigerian dwarf goats, 6 horses, and one black angus cow, Abby.
These are the kids who are playing with, holding, and sleeping with your kittens every night. Oldest to youngest, Haley, Jack, Cooper, Daniella (from Guatelmala!) and the twins, Tripp and Lily Whittington. Haley, my oldest daughter, is an accomplished artist and a photographer. All the great photos on this website are her outstanding work!
That's my oldest son (21), Jack, who joined the United States Marine Corps and is now stationed at IndianHead in Maryland about 30 miles south, as the crow flies, from DC. His current assignment is CBRNE (Defense Specialist. ... Within the Marine Corps, there are specialists charged with training others to survive in an environment where there may be chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) threats). He just got his orders to relocate to 29 Palms, California for infantry training and he is super excited. He loves everything about guns and attended Murray State (Tishomingo, OK) gunsmithing program prior to entering the Marine.Pray for Jack to remain safe in his service of this great country.