12-8-21 Wednesday

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In case you missed it on social media yesterday, there was an adoption. Barry, Carli AND Ozzy were adopted – together! They are going to be so spoiled and so loved in their new home (and they have a little girl to play with!)

This means that all of the Elements kittens were adopted from here – which is how it SHOULD be, if you ask me. Mama Maddy Magnesium is still available, of course, though hopefully she’ll get adopted straight from Michelle’s. Fingers crossed!

All of the pictures in today’s post include the rest of my pictures of Barry, Carli and Ozzy.

Ozzy waits his turn in the basket… Christopher doesn’t look inclined to vacate it any time soon, though.

Carli in the sun.

Barry on his favorite floofy bed (which went home with them), and Carli and Ozzy on the floor.

One last Churu before they left.

One last suspicious look from Carli.

I love the side eye from Alfie… and Barry in mid-leap!

The lucky trio (they have a cool cat tree in their new home, too!)

Carli’s all “Come on, you guys. Make room!”

Ozzy and those fabulous whiskers.

Carli’s fabulous stripes.


Both of those cubbies have heated beds in them; Alice prefers the top level. The better to keep an eye on her pesky brothers, of course.

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

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The kittens have eaten breakfast, so now it’s time to burn off that energy. Zoom zoom zoom!

It’s a Sammy update! Sarah reports that he’s doing well – he sleeps hard and he plays hard. Big sister Mouse is still sorting out her feelings about the new interloper, but I have faith they’ll be friends before too long. Who can resist that charming boy? (Thanks, Sarah!)

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Nikki (classic brown tabby, purple collar) and her sister Ruthy (brown tabby, pink collar) were adopted – together! – on Sunday. They join a family that includes big kitty sister Buttons, who desperately needed some friends. Here’s the video where you can see them grow while we fostered them from October 4 to December 5, 2021.

Have I mentioned that they’re fans of the Churu?

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Ozzy’s fresh biscuits, made to order. Get ’em while they’re hot!

Hooray, hooray, Carli Calcium, Barry Beryllium and Ozzy Osmium were adopted – yes, TOGETHER! – and went home today! This sweet trio will be the only kitties in residence, and join a family that includes a (human) sister who will have lots of fun with them! (They will keep their names.)

Good night innernets. (Alfie Alfredo)


2020: The angle makes long and lanky Pretzel look very… Kardashian-esque, if you will.
2019: JoJo’s feelin’ kneady.
2018: No entry.
2017: Archie, guarding the door between the front hallway and the living room.
2016: Creed goes home!
2015: The cat on the bag of cat food is all “That is a FABULOUS tail. I wish MY tail was that fabulous!”
2014: Sparkle will have none of your shenanigans.
2013: No entry.
2012: No entry.
2011: She prefers to stay fabulous.
2010: Buster, to be exact.
2009: Those Wonka girls have some LUNGS on them.
2008: Something has disturbed the Delmar.
2007: Miss Stinky Stakes Her Claim.
2006: Want to meet the new babies? You know you do!
2005: No entry.



12-8-21 Wednesday — 5 Comments

  1. It’s so wonderful that the three of them will be growing up with a little girl. What fun lies ahead! I pray that Maddy Magnesium will be adopted into a wonderful home soon. She is such a beautiful, sweet, loving girl by all accounts.

  2. As I said on twitter, awwww! <3 Whoever is lucky enough to have adopted that trio is going to have a house of purrs forever! I'm now imagining how tiny Chanter would have reacted to three kittens coming home to live with us. Over the moon would not have expressed the joy!

    If I could adopt the marvelous lovebug Maddy Magnesium, I so would. Oh would I. Alas.

  3. Whoo-hoo on the three kittens being adopted together! And that is one lucky little girl. She is going to be in kitten heaven! We had a lot of kittens growing up (back in the “bad ol’ days” when spaying/neutering wasn’t as common as it is now). One time we had two sister cats give birth within a week of one another and they co-parented the eight kittens. Eight kittens! That was so much fun; I still remember being so happy playing with those kittens, even after all these years.

    As I’ve said before, there’s nothing sweeter than a little girl and her kitten…unless its two kittens…or in this case, three!