Meet Bubba & Lily
“My name is Bubba. I’m a handsome gray tiger cat who was adopted by the Grants back in 1994. I was a loner in those days, wandering aimlessly through the fields with no real direction in life. My lucky day came when I found a nice back porch on Ridge Road, complete with fresh food and water. I knew this was my ticket out of the field, so I put on quite a show, rolling and purring at Kip and Jean’s feet. Soon enough, they took me in, had me vaccinated, neutered (ouch), and turned me into a sixteen pound lap cat.
Because of my charming personality, I was given the official title of “Country Kitty B&B Inspector”. All of our feline friends can rest easier knowing that their guest rooms have the full approval of yours truly, Inspector Bubba!”
In 2006, I welcomed Lynn's cat, Lily, to the B&B. We never did meet, but we did share adjacent offices. Lily became the official assistant inspector of The Country Kitty B&B.
In 2009, I developed asthma and despite everyone's efforts and support, it was time for me to claim my space in Kitty Heaven . I'll continue to live on as the official inspector of The Country Kitty B&B and my seal of approval will still be the hallmark of quality cat care.”
"My name is Lily. I am originally from Nevada, a descendent of ranch cats who mouse for a living.
As luck would have it, when I was only seven weeks old, I met Lynn Conlon. Using my irresistible blue eyes, I charmed my way into Lynn’s heart and she adopted me. I was scooped from Nevada, hand carried through airport security, and delivered safely to my new life of luxury in upstate New York.
Now that Bubba is in Kitty Heaven , I will be helping to ensure that all of our guests continue to receive the royal treatment they have become accustomed to at The Country Kitty B&B and make sure we earn Bubba's seal of approval. I know he'll be watching over us.”
An Important Message from Bubba and Lily
Designate an Heir to Your Cat
Here at The Country Kitty B&B, we ask our customers to designate an heir to their beloved felines should that time come while the cats are in our care. Such a request may be a bit surprising and uncomfortable but having the chance for your wishes to be carried out should be a welcomed opportunity. After all, sometimes the legal "next of kin" does not share the same affection for a pet as you. We find that heirs are not always the "obvious" choices. Often, they are a relative or neighbor who has expressed a fondness for the pet. Please be sure to discuss your decision with the heir you select!