10-20-19 Weekly Roundup

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Fleur’s just chillin’. ⁠


Beauregard’s Precious Moments eyes just kill me dead.⁠


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Everyone but Josephine is present and accounted for!


Poor permanent resident Newt. Fleur’s thinking of giving him the ol’ Floof Suit treatment, and he just wants to go outside.⁠


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Happy little purrbaby Beauregard.


Good night innernets. (Beauregard)⁠


Sweet stripey brown tabby Beauregard (date of birth: July 10, 2019) is a super sweet and friendly boy who’s the first one to climb into your lap, purrs if you look at him sideways, and loves to snuggle up for a nap. He enjoys being kissed on top of his head (it makes him purr even harder) and being held on his back like a baby. He is a very playful boy, and if you toss a toy for him, he’ll run after it. He has a special fondness for springs, and will carry them around in his mouth and growl fiercely at any other cats who come too close to his “kill.” He loves a feather teaser, adores piling up with his brothers and sisters, and is just an all-around sweetheart. He needs to be in a home with other cats or kittens to play and snuggle with. He gets along great with all of his siblings especially Henri and Fleur, if you’re looking for a pair.⁠ The kittens are available for adoption. If you’re interested, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.⁠


Fleur is a sassy little gray tabby girl who is prone to floofing up and skittering sideways with very little provocation. Sometimes we think she might be seeing into another dimension, because she floofs her tail for no reason that we can tell. She’s a very friendly girl with a fast and easy purr, and she has a sweet, husky meow. She tolerates being kissed on top of her head and will let you flip her onto her back like she’s a baby and rub her tummy. She’ll only put up with being held for so long before she’s off to see what’s going on elsewhere. She doesn’t like to be alone, and if she finds herself without a human or kitten nearby, she starts calling out until someone responds to her. She’s very playful, and will take down a feather teaser like nobody’s business. She loves any toy with feathers attached (fair warning: she’ll un-attach those feathers pretty quickly) and will chase any toy you toss for her. She needs to be in a home with other cats or kittens to play and snuggle with. She gets along great with all her siblings, especially Beauregard, Henri, and Josephine, if you’re looking for a pair.⁠ If you’re interested, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.⁠


Sweet brown tabby girl Gabrielle (seen here with her sister Fleur) is a chatterer. If you wave a feather teaser over her head, she chatters at it. If she sees a bird, she chatters. Toss a toy? Chatter. She’s even started occasionally chattering at us when we talk to her. She’s not much of a meower, but she’s got her chattering skills down pat. She’s a little weirded out when we kiss her on top of the head, but will tolerate being held on her back like a baby. Basically, she finds humans kind of weird and mysterious, but amusing. She loves all toys, especially those with feathers or bells attached, and if you toss a toy for her she’ll chase it while chattering. She needs to be in a home with other cats or kittens to play and snuggle with. She gets along great with all her siblings, specially Fleur, Henri, and Josephine, if you’re looking for a pair.⁠ If you’re interested, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.⁠


Have you ever noticed Henri’s fabulous white locket? He’s a well-dressed boy.⁠


Josephine thinks this packing paper is TASTY.⁠


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Kitten Fight Club.


Good night innernets. (Henri, Josephine, Beauregard & Luc)


Brown tabby boy Henri is the largest of his litter, which has earned him the nickname of “Chonks.” (Also “Chonk Chonkleton,” which is obviously the name he’ll use in his future career as a newscaster.) He’s a big, solid boy with lots of attitude, but he’s not so grown up that he’ll protest being kissed and hugged. He loves being held on his back like a baby, thinks kisses are weird but okay, and has an instant, quiet purr. He’s very energetic and will fly through the air for a feather teaser. If you get that feather teaser too close to him, better say goodbye to the feathers, because they are coming OFF. He doesn’t restrict his toy love to only feather toys, though – any toy you toss for him, he’ll chase and bat around. He loves to pile up with his brothers and sisters for nap time. He needs to be in a home with other cats and kittens to play and snuggle with. He gets along great with all his siblings, especially Beauregard, Luc and Gabrielle, if you’re looking for a pair.⁠ If you’re interested, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.⁠


Tiny brown tabby girl Josephine is the quiet observer of her litter, and while she’ll stand back and watch what her siblings do before she joins in, when she does join in she’s ALL in. She’s tiny but fierce and doesn’t hesitate to show her bigger siblings who the boss is. She doesn’t mind being held on her back like a baby, or being kissed, but she much prefers it when you hold her up on your shoulder; she’ll melt into you and purr while you pet and kiss her. She’s very sweet, but we suspect she’s got an anonymous blog about us wherein she posts about the strange things we do. She loves toys, will grab at the feather teaser if you wave it near her, but REALLY likes springs, which she’ll steal from Beauregard when she’s feeling sassy. She needs to be in a home with other cats to play and snuggle with. She gets along great with her siblings, especially Beauregard, Gabrielle and Fleur, if you’re looking for a pair.⁠ If you’re interested, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.⁠


Luc has the most skeptical expressions and looks like he doubts our good intentions, but all we have to do is pet him and he falls over on his back for a belly rub. (A real belly rub; it’s not a trap! Okay, it might be a trap, but he’ll let you rub his belly for a few minutes before the trap springs shut. He’s no dummy, he knows he’s got to lull you into complacency first.) He’s a super playful boy who loves feather teasers most of all (that’s a theme with this litter; they all love that feather teaser!), but will chase any toy you toss for him. He loves finding weird out-of-the-way places to curl up for naps, and will usually convince one or more of his siblings to join him. He needs to be in a home with other cats to play and snuggle with. He gets along great with all his siblings, especially Henri, Fleur and Josephine, if you’re looking for a pair.⁠ If you’re interested, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to get the ball rolling.⁠


Henri was playing with a dog-fur toy and this big tuft came off, and stuck to his lips, and he looks like he has a beard and it’s cracking me up. ⁠ (It’s a toy literally made of Great Pyrenees dog fur. Newer followers might not know that we used to have two Great Pyrs named George and Gracie who guarded our chickens in the house where we lived before we moved to South Huntsville. They shed a LOT in the spring, and I would take the discarded fur and run it though the washing machine until the fur felted together. Cats and kittens adore the toys.)


Paws UP, y’all! (Henri)


Flaunt ’em while you’ve got ’em, kid. (Luc and his siblings are going for their spay/neuter surgeries tomorrow!)


Good night innernets. (Josephine)


The kittens are off this morning for their spay/neuter surgeries! Wish ’em luck!


The babies are home from their spays and neuters and doing fine!


Good night innernets. (Beauregard)


ONE little kitten (Gabrielle) was spayed yesterday and is now available for adoption! If you’re interested in adding her and/or her siblings to your home, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠ (Note: yes, all 6 of them were s/n yesterday, just stay tuned. We’re doin’ a thing, it’ll all make sense.)


TWO little kittens (Luc, left, and Fleur) were spayed and neutered yesterday and are now available for adoption! If you’re interested in adding one or both and/or any of their siblings to your home, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠


THREE little kittens (Gabrielle, Beauregard and Fleur) were spayed and neutered yesterday and are now available for adoption! If you’re interested in adding one, two, or all three to your home (and/or any of their siblings), please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠


OUR little kittens (Gabrielle, Fleur, Luc and Josephine ) were spayed and neutered yesterday and are now available for adoption! If you’re interested in adding one, two, three or all four to your home, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠


FIVE little kittens (Gabrielle, Fleur, Luc, Josephine and Henri) were spayed and neutered yesterday and are now available for adoption! If you’re interested in adding one, two, or all five to your home, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠


SIX little kittens (Gabrielle, Luc, Beauregard, Fleur, Henri & Josephine) were spayed and neutered yesterday and are now available for adoption! If you’re interested in adding one, two, or all six to your home, please contact Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠


Good night innernets. (Gabrielle)


Breakfast is served! From the upper right moving clockwise we have: Luc, Beauregard, Henri, Fleur, Gabrielle & Josephine.


Oh, that Luc. He is such a pretty boy! He’s also available for adoption, have you heard?


I don’t know, you think there might be a feather teaser back there somewhere? (Reminder: these three (Beauregard in the red collar, Fleur in the green collar, and Luc back there in no collar) are available for adoption!


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It turns out that the kittens are anti-banana.


Beauregard’s Precious Moments eyes kill me dead. I always just want to smoosh that boy! He’s available for adoption!


“Innernets, keep it down! I’m trying to take a nap!” Henri is an excellent nap partner, and he’s available for adoption, have you heard?


Good night innernets. (Fleur, Henri, Gabrielle and Josephine)


Good (blurry) morning, innernets. I have 6 kittens on the bed with me, and see no reason why I shouldn’t just stay here.


This morning we admired the ceiling fan pull. Left to right: Gabrielle, Henri, Fleur, Josephine, Luc (balancing on the footboard) and Beauregard.


I reported late for nap time, and I’m in troubllllle. (Gabrielle, Luc, Fleur & JoJo)


There’s a whole lotta attitude coming off that cat tree. (Everyone but Josephine is stuffed in there. Possible the reason for the attitude?)


Good night innernets. (Henri)

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Previously
2018: “Keeping an eye on you, lady.”
2017: Dismal, rainy day – no better time to snuggle up with Mama!
2016: Happy Thlurrrpsday, y’all!
2015: “Pow, lady. Right in the kisser!”
2014: Her name is Catelyn, and she is floofily fabulous.
2013: No entry.
2012: No entry.
2011: I called my father the “PaParazzi” and then laughed and laughed at my hilarity (the grandkids all call him PaPa.)
2010: And Miz Poo smacked him with the Paw o’ Doom.
2009: Her daughter was holding a box. Of kittens. Tiny kittens.
2008: “Is that… are they EATING something?”
2007: No entry.
2006: I hope you people who wanted to know what happens when Maddy’s sleeping on the printer and I need to print something out are happy, because you’re all going to hell.
2005: There is nothing on god’s green earth that makes Sugarbutt happier than eating.

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10-20-19 Weekly Roundup — 1 Comment

  1. Bananas give off a gas that cats don’t like, I guess it smells bad, that’s why they react so melodramatically to bananas. That being said, I offered a liverwurst sandwich to my cat once and you’d think I sprayed him in the face with pepper spray. The snorting, the eye-blinking, the sneezing, it was out of control. He did eventually forgive me