10-28-20 – Wednesday

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The 2021 calendars are done (FINALLY) and available for purchase at Zazzle! I made one calendar for each litter (NOT including the current litter) and one calendar that encompasses the Mewchachos, Fluffles and Mewsketeers.

(The Vittles will get their own calendar possibly as soon as the end of November depending on the pics I get.) Also there’s a permanent resident calendar (including Kara and Frankie, since they were still with us at the beginning of the year – and also including Charlie of course.)

You can click on the cover picture to go directly to the page for each calendar, or click on that “See all calendars” link underneath the pics. PLEASE NOTE: Zazzle gives you many choices as far as what calendar size, what the date grids look like, and other good stuff. It defaults to medium-sized calendars with classic grids for the date section, but you can change that to what you’d prefer. (You can also change the number of months, though I have no idea what pictures they’ll put on the additional months, so I dunno. Just leave it at 12 months, is my suggestion.)

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Links to all these calendars are in the sidebar, and once November starts I’ll mention it once or twice a week ’til the end of the year.

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Hush Puppy goes for the stretch – and Buffalo Bill wonders if there’s room for him.


Eclair invites me to squoosh the toebeans.


Buffalo Bill was walking around ever so slightly floofed, so I had to take a picture. He’s so CUTE.


Calamity Jane’s just hangin’ out.


Apparently Snowcone makes an excellent bed. (I love how you can see Buffalo Bill’s stripes in this picture.)


French Fry from above.


Funnel Cake’s coming to see what’s up. Please note that there are 3 kittens stuffed into the lower level of that ham-mick: Onion Ring, Davy Crockett & Annie Oakley.


One lap, five kittens: Candy Apple, Eclair, Wild Bill, Calamity Jane and Fritter. My lap capacity seems to be right at 6 kittens, though it could probably hold a couple more than that.


Tiny Basket, tiny Annie Oakley.


I moved that 3-level track toy from one spot to another, and suddenly it was the best! thing! EVER!

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Khal knows he’s magnificent.

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Previously
2019: Luc, waiting for one of his siblings to come along so he can pounce on them.
2018: “Good afternoon, innernets. Is it time for a nap yet?”
2017: No entry.
2016: Wahhh! He’s da BAYbee!
2015: Pattypan/Peanut update!
2014: “::sigh:: Another day of carrying foil balls around and growling at the other kittens. I guess I gotta do whatever pays the bills, but someday I’m going to be a SUPERSTAR.”
2013: Welcome to the Crooked Acres coffee shop!
2012: No entry.
2011: No entry.
2010: We call this “Corbie’s party box.”
2009: A Wonka movie!
2008: I have to box up the kittens to take them to be spayed and neutered.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: What I love about Tom Cullen.

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10-28-20 – Wednesday — 8 Comments

    • She’s home! They had a couple of traps set, and she ended up in the one in their garage Tuesday morning. They are VERY relieved, as you can imagine (and she’s in really good shape, so she must have been holed up in a protected space somewhere.)

      • That is WONDERFUL news indeed! Thanks Robyn. Now I just need to hear good news like that about another missing baby, Pawfficer Moxie (The Adventures of Pawfficer Moxie is her Facebook page). She is quite the celebrity (she only has 3 functioning legs due to a birth defect), and a spokescat for Dragonfly House, an advocacy for abused children. She went missing yesterday, and hasn’t been found yet when I checked a few minutes ago. It’s heartbreaking when any much loved animal goes missing, but in this case, she means so much to so many children who she has helped, as well. They live near woods, and I’m so worried she might have been taken by a wild animal. Just hoping and praying for a positive outcome here too.

          • So do I, but it’s looking increasingly unlikely. They got a tracker dog in and it now seems pretty certain she was picked up by a car. Since there is only one way in or out of the area, it was not just passing through. She is chipped, so by now she should have been returned if the intentions were good. Her father is the police chief too, and since she is famous in the town, who knows? I hope I’m wrong, but I have a very bad feeling about this. I can’t stop worrying about it.

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