1-25-22 Tuesday

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Charlie, giving me the smoldering Eyes of Lurve.


I moved this cat tree, and Newt was having Feelings about it (I moved it back.)


I love it when Alice joins us for TV time. Alice, on the other hand, wishes we’d turn the TV down so she can sleep.


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I slept in the other morning (until 7:30! The horror!) and Archie was all “Okay, lady, you gonna get outta here? This bed is my property during the day.”

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Posted on social media (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr) yesterday.

We have a foster update! This is Fizzbin (Canasta’s daughter), all grown up (that first picture of her is from last March when she was itty bitty.)

Michelle says: “It’s been a while since I’ve sent a picture or an update. This little lady is hilarious, we all just love her so much. She steals food out of the pantry, we found her hiding spot. There was 3 velveeta Mac/cheese cup, a bag of flour, and a bag of crescent rolls. 🤣🤣🤣 ”

(Thanks, Michelle! I am still cracking up at the idea of her dragging that bag of flour to her hidey-hole!)





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PS: If you go to the entry from 1 year ago today I was predicting I still think we’ve got at least ’til this weekend or early next week before the kittens come, which makes me laugh and laaaugh, because we still had more than a month to go!

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Previously
2021: “What? I know how to party!”
2020: No entry.
2019: Such a muffin, that boy.
2018: Flappy McGee’s Monster Egg.
2017: Everyone loves Stefan.
2016: We’ll call her Koko, of course.
2015: No entry.
2014: No entry.
2013: Have we met? You look familiar.
2012: Alice Mo fumes.
2011: She sure puts up with a lot from Fred.
2010: That’s okay, we’ve got plenty of time.
2009: No entry.
2008: We are not keeping him, so you can shut up about that.
2007: “Sponge,” I said. “What IS your problem?”
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.

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1-25-22 Tuesday — 3 Comments

  1. Everyone is so gorgeous, especially Fizzbin! Made me laugh to think of her dragging the items out of the pantry. Thanks for the update.

  2. Robyn – When I see a post about one of the kittens you fostered and you can see that they are safe and secure and in a home where they are loved and valued, I imagine that it is like knowing that a child you raised is doing well in life. I imagine it puts a smile on your face and a warms your heart a great deal. I know it does those things for me and all I did was watch them grow up.