1-3-22 Monday

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I got a bunch more cards on Friday, and got them scanned in over the weekend. I’ve arranged it so that the newer additions are at the top of the Flickr album. You can see them all here, or scroll through them below.

2021 Holiday Cards Received

I’ll add any more to that album as I get them. And I know I’ve said it already, but seriously – thank you so much for the awesome cards. I love them!

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Ivy does some tongue origami. (She wasn’t really folding her tongue, she was mid-thlurrrp.)


Charlie (in the top of the cat tree) and Ivy (on the floor near the track toy) keep an eye on each other.


The Christmas tree and all the decorations (except for the wreath on the door) are put away, but Ivy still likes the view from the stairs.

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Newt tries the crown bed and has declared it comfy.

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


If you ever wondered what the roof of Ivy’s mouth looks like, here you go. She’s got a little freckle!


It’s bath time for Ivy.


Happy New Year, and Ivy hopes you’re ‘nipping responsibly this evening.⁠

(You should not construe by this post that anyone in this house will be awake at midnight. If anyone makes it past 10:30, I’ll be amazed.)


Happy New Year from (permanent resident) Charlie, and all of us here at Love & Hisses.⁠

(All of whom are sound asleep right now, just so you know.)


Rabbit rabbit rabbit.⁠

From Wikipedia: “Rabbit rabbit rabbit” is a superstition found in Britain and North America wherein a person says or repeats the words “rabbit”, “rabbits” and/or “white rabbits” aloud upon waking on the first day of a month, to ensure good luck.


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A look back at the cats and kittens we fostered in 2021. ❤️ (Please note: Uno’s in there twice, once labeled as Rummy. Even though I watched this thing a million times before I posted it.)


Good night innernets. (Ivy)


Except for the wreath on the front door, the Christmas decorations are down and put away, and Ivy’s spending time downstairs with us (and keeping an eye on Jake.)


Good night innernets. (Ivy)

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Previously
2021: Auntie Alice is not a fan of kittens, not even Fritter.
2020: Josephine reminds me so much of her mama here.
2019: And Cam said “GUYS. Let me in!”
2018: Speaking of staying warm, we’re doing our best.
2017: Dewey gets named.
2016: No entry.
2015: Good morning, smugshine.
2014: “Feather teaser, patch of sunlight… does life GET any better?”
2013: “I WASN’T SLEEPIN’!”
2012: Chuckles and Patty, stressing out as usual.
2011: Someone looks super guilty here, am I right?
2010: “If you call her my ‘little girlfriend’ one more time, I’m going to cut you.”
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: (I myself suffer from Shut-Up-And-Go-Away-itis)
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.

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1-3-22 Monday — 4 Comments

  1. Did anyone else notice that Ivy has a chipped canine? Great mouth shot, too. Any cat person would be envious to get a shot like that (me included). You’re a god when it comes to picture taking, Robyn. I have high hopes, but practice makes perfect.

    If I haven’t said it already, Happy New Year to you and your crew!

  2. Love a kitty with a freckle on the roof of their mouth.

    Happy Newt Year everyone!
    May we all get a comfy crown to curl up in.

  3. Newt IS royalty. The crown bed merely confirms it for the peasants and for his courtiers.

  4. Ivy is (eventually) going to join former fosters d’Artagnan & Porthos, so if you want a quick way to see a reminder pic, go back one year to the post “Auntie Alice is not a fan of kittens, not even Fritter.” They’re one of the earliest pictures in that post! I’m not sure if the boys kept those names or not?