11-30-20 Monday

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It was an action-packed weekend. First, on Friday…


Calamity Jane and Davy Crockett went home!

They join new big brother Oliver Starshine in their new home. Oliver was adopted from Forgotten Felines some time ago, and as a previous adopter Sarah was able to fill out the application and bring them home the same day. They are doing well, and Sarah discovered there’s a reason that Calamity Jane was never much a fan of the pate canned food I gave the kittens – turns out she prefers a different texture. Who knew? Not me!

Earlier in the week, a mother and daughter had come to meet Snowcone and Candy Apple, and they were a love match, so on Saturday I delivered them to their new home.


This picture absolutely kills me DEAD.

They are now Charlie and Cleo, and they join two older kitty friends. They have a Facebook page right here!

Saturday evening, I got the word that…


Alexandra, mama to the Mewsketeers, was adopted and went home! She joined a family with an older kitty companion and two children to love. I knew there’d been an application on her, and was keeping all my fingers and toes crossed that it would be approved. And it was! I am so happy for that girl.

(Yes, now we DO need to find a home for Bunny.)

On Friday, about an hour after Sarah left with Calamity Jane and Davy Crockett, a father and his teenage daughter came to meet the kittens. They were mostly coming to meet Annie Oakley, but in the end they decided that a different kitten would be a good fit. On Sunday, I delivered…


Wild Bill Hickok, who joins orange tabby brother Loki, who is about the same age. Loki didn’t know what to think about this new interloper, but I suspect they’ll be fast friends before very long.

In addition to the above, we are adoption pending on Tater Tot and Funnel Cake (not together), who should go home next weekend.

This leaves us with (can I do this from memory?) Annie Oakley, Buffalo Bill, Eclair, Onion Ring, French Fry, Hush Puppy, Fritter, and Pretzel who are still available for adoption. Fingers crossed that their people come along very soon! (If you think that might be you, email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.)

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Today’s pics will be the rest of the pictures I have that include the kittens who were adopted and went home this weekend!


Yes, that’s Uncle Charlie in the kitten room, in the ham-mick, getting sniffed by the kittens. More about Uncle Charlie and the kittens in tomorrow’s post.


Wild Bill the snuggler.


Candy Apple was so cute in that basket that I went over to take her picture, and was immediately surrounded by kittens who wanted to know “WHAT DOIN’, LADY?!”


The day after their spay and neuter surgeries, the kittens who needed them had their last vaccinations. That always makes them sleepy for a day, so they spent their day piled up on the heated bed in the crate.


Snowcone with the crazy eyes.


In the sun, on the crown. The perfect place to nap!


Calamity Jane sitting on the air purifier considering her next move.


An outtake from the Snowcone-Candy Apple “adopted!” photoshoot. Little posers!


Davy Crockett and the crazy eyes.


When Sarah was filling out the application, she had help from Tater Tot.


And Davy Crockett came along to snoopervise her spelling.


We had to dump like 4 kittens out of that carrier and then hold it up off the floor to get Calamity Jane and Davy Crockett in.


Wild Bill and Pretzel have a snuggle.


Climbing the shelves, as kittens do.


Terrified of the carrier, as you can see. (I put the carrier in the room, went to put some laundry away, and came back 5 minutes later to 3 kittens snoozing in the carrier.)

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Orange was exploring the guest bedroom and Charlie came through to see if there might be any food he needed to investigate. Orange was all “Oooh, who’s THAT?”

Orange and Tan went home to Lexi last night. They did great while they were here, and I enjoyed having them. Lexi has promised updates/pics, so we can see them grow!

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Archie has a think.

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Previously
2019: No entry.
2018: Here’s a tip from me to you: if you want to get all 11 of your foster kittens in one picture, start when they’re just waking up from a nap.
2017: Goodbye, Crooked Acres.
2016: Meet Dustin. (Note: Dustin became Dewey.)
2015: Black Cat Monday (first time Khal was mentioned on the blog, though at that point we were calling him Fancypants v2.0).
2014: No entry.
2013: As you can see, Tony is raaaaather pleased with himself.
2012: Kohle has got really gorgeous eyes.
2011: Brudderly love.
2010: “Paws up, y’all!”
2009: Augustus Goop: The Floofening.
2008: No entry.
2007: “Suuuuuuuuure I’m “not your cat,” lady. SURE.”
2006: No entry.
2005: “Well, I’ll be darned. They DO taste just like chicken!”

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11-30-20 Monday — 7 Comments

  1. Yaaaaay adoptions! Including sweet Alexandra! 🙂 Also, I was out of town and away from easy Internet access for a couple days, and boing! you got two temporary visitor kittens. My timing is greeeeat, clearly. 😛 Orange and Tan are adorable! As for not getting attached, to quote another commenter – too late!

    I noticed while I was reading yesterday’s roundup post, and watching the cute videos in same: When all the kittens are let out of the crate after you got done cleaning the floor, my gosh that’s a lot of purrs! I was over here going “Oh purr! *pause* Awww, multiple purrs.” Those are some seriously sweet kittens you’ve got over there. They were purry in the first ‘kittens flood out of the crate in a crowd of cute’ video you posted a week or two ago, and I thought it was adorable then, but they were even purrier this time!

    I’d be super tempted to snatch up Buffalo Bill the super snuggly lapkitten and possibly either Pretzel or Fritter the lapkittens, were I in adoption range and in a cat-friendly apartment. Alas, darn!

  2. Snowcone’s sweet face with the slightly crossed eyes reminds so much of the magnificent Sherman (Trader Joe of the Grocers). I clicked on the Facebook link and Snowcone (now Charlie) and Candy Apple (now Cleo) are obviously in great hands. Bonus pic of the two of them on the night of their rescue in one of the comments! I love good-news Mondays!!!

  3. Haha, OF COURSE Orange is the one to bite the star!

    I see Pretzel has a little white locket. I had thought Davy was the only one with white. Do any of the other black kittens have white? (No reason, just curious)

  4. My cat prefers ONLY the pate texture of food so kittens/cats ARE particular. They are CATS after all!