30 September 2018

Youthful looks!

Winnie's guesstimate age is 15 or at least 14 but she looks youthful for her age. Perhaps it is her small size. 

Our human is keeping a close eye on her for any symptoms or indications of aging sickness. But she does have loose sagging skin near her 'armpits' and 'hips' that indicate her senior age.

Click below if you would like to read about how Winnie came. 

NB: Winnie was not a kitten and our human waited for more than a year before deciding to take her.

12 comments:

Brian said...

You sure have the cuteness going on sweet Winnie!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
winsome Winnie - puuurrrrrssss you! hugs and whiskeries YAM-aunty xxx

Marg said...

Winnie, you are so cute. We love seeing you. You look just fine to us. Have a great day.

Annie Bear said...

Winnie, you are a dainty, lovely gal! We're glad your human took you in and gave you a safe, loving home.

Catscue Catmom said...

What a beautiful Tortie! We have a Tortie named Winnie too - paws and purrs from our Winnie to yours.

meowmeowmans said...

Looking good, Winnie. We think you look very youthful, too!

M Dawson said...

Winnie is a pretty girl. Torties are almost ageless for so long then look just a bit older!

I love torties :-)

Cleo said...

Winnie sure is one cute Tortie. I have some, umm, extra skin here and there as well. I just say it's more of me to love. Mom smiles, dad makes fun of me, and I remind dad that he's got some too. Have a great week y'all!

catladymac said...

Winnie is a lovely petite tortie girl ! It was nice to read how she came to her forever home !

pilch92 said...

She is a beauty and she does look young.

Gattina said...

Indeed Winnie hasn't changed much, she still looks young and very cute !

Katie Isabella said...

Winnie is a beautiful girl. Admiral who came before me, weighed only 6 pounds; and at the age of 15, had a bit of a swaying tummy as she trotted quickly down the hallway.