It’s the first of the month, and you know what that means: time to turn the calendar page!
If you have a Love & Hisses calendar, you’ll see…
Charlotte, from the Carolinas kittens.
And on the Permanent Residents calendar, we have…
Speaking of the calendars, the 2018 calendars will be available starting Monday. (They’d be available right now except I still haven’t completely chosen kitten pics for next year’s calendar. There are thousands of them!)
Mercury and the kittens came through their spays and neuters just fine. I got them home after dark and let them out – the kittens ran around like nothing had happened, and Mercury curled up and went to sleep. I peeked in on them several times, and by 8:00 everyone was conked out.
Mercury’s Missions are TWELVE WEEKS OLD!!! Want to see their progression pics? You know you do!
I shouldn’t be surprised at the big difference between the 8 and 12 week old pictures, but somehow I am.
Here they are, posing (kinda) for me.
I don’t have a current cuddle pile picture of Mercury and her kittens, but I do have one of the kittens. For comparison purposes, here they are at 6 days old:
Here are some pictures of Mercury and her kittens.
Ready to watch the kittens grow? Here you go!
Aurora. (YouTube link)
Hubble. (YouTube link)
Phoenix. (YouTube link)
Stardust. (YouTube link)
Telstar. (YouTube link)
2016: “Oh, silvervine pillow, I love you SO!”
2015: No entry.
2014: Alice Mo has had quite enough of your shenanigans, thank you.
2013: “Hi! We fightin’! You go ‘way now!”
2012: The pigs would like to know just HOW they’re supposed to subsist on – HORRORS – pig food?!
2011: I’m thinking I should tell people we have thirty cats, and when they express shock or start dialing the Hoarders people, I’ll laugh and say “Just kidding! Thirty cats would be LUDICROUS! We only have twenty!”
2010: He sure was good about being stuffed into a chicken costume!
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: Lay ee odl lay ee odl-oo
2006: Gross tapeworm talk.
2005: Craaaazy eyes!