Updated: May 17, 2021
Gillian and her furry babies Mormor (front) and Meme (back)
Gillian, collaborator of Moms Got Talents, is excited to share the stories of her furry babies with us.
Twelve years ago, I became the first-time mom of two furry sibling babies. They were abandoned after birth. Luckily, they were saved by a volunteer and met us one day in a hot summer.
Both of them were very skinny and weak with intestinal illness. They had been in the veterinary hospital for a week before coming home. Unfortunately, they did not fully recovered, especially the boy, Mormor. He got high fever and was diagnosed with a possibility of incurable disease. My husband took him to the vet everyday for injection for lowering his temperature. Miraculously, after the consecutive six days of injection and many prayers, his temperature was no longer bounced back. He successfully beat the unknown disease and escaped from the door of death. Today, he is a fat, shy, taciturn man with a cute belly.
His sister, Meme, contrariwise is very talkative with a high-pitch voice. But we also soon noticed that there was something wrong on her appetite. She was also diagnosed with immune system disorder on her gum. Basically, all of her teeth were taken off with no other medication found useful. Probably due to her toothless appetite, she is able to keep her shape even she is a mature lady now.
Sounds like the siblings are possessing very different characters. Yes, they do but one thing in common is both of them love to stay home so much for which is quite different from me and my husband. We are outdoor lovers. We always enjoy the beauty, enchantment, serenity, vibrancy of the nature so we would love to share our respect and thankfulness to the nature to everyone, as well as to our cats through our original embroidery art. All of our artworks are handmade and one-of-a-kind created on the inspiration of our own travel experiences or seeing the captivating photo images. They would be a perfect gift to your beloved ones or a décor at your sweet home or favourite places.
Gillian @ Mominoki Studio