Kitten spin class.
Leaping into the day.
I was trying to get Josephine to talk to me, because she’d been telling me about her kill (that sparkly ball between her paws), and Gabrielle came up to request some lap time. So, if you’ve wondered what Gabrielle sounds like, there you go.
If you read the blog this morning, you met our latest foster, Natalia. She came to us on Saturday; she showed up stray in someone’s yard. They thought she might be pregnant and asked for help from Forgotten Felines of Huntsville. She went to the vet today, and not only is she not pregnant, she’s already spayed! (I am not even disappointed – this is good news for her, and I think we all know that it won’t be long before the pregnant cats are coming at us from every direction.)
Natalia is a kneady little muffin.
I sure wish Gigi could relax.
Josephine and Gabrielle (who will remain Josephine and Gabrielle) are now home in Birmingham. They initially hid under the bed (they’re being confined to a guest bedroom for a few days until they acclimate), but are now out and exploring the room. I was surprised to hear that Gabrielle was the first one out exploring, I expected Josephine to be the ringleader. (Thank you to Celeste, who’s keeping me updated!)
2019: No entry.
2018: …rough, rough life.
2017: How Sheriff Mama (Kara) spends her days.
2016: Levine was all “WHAT IN TARNATION IS GOING ON?!”
2014: No entry.
2013: No entry.
2012: Sights from around Crooked Acres.
2011: I actually think that Corbie will be okay at the adoption center, because he’s the kind of cat who takes his cues from the cats around him.
2010: “Who, US? We weren’t doing anything, honest!”
2009: From the terrified, practically-feral kittens they were to the kittens who actually seek out human interaction they are now, they’ve changed a lot.
2008: No entry.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.