12-4-18 Tuesday

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Someone asked recently (or more likely, months ago – okay, I had to go look, the comment was left on October 16th) to see what the bag o’ toys I send home with the kittens looks like. The bags generally differ depending on the kitten, what their favorite toys are, and what I happen to have on hand. This is what was in the bag I sent home with Cruise on Sunday:

Hopefully she’ll share her toys with her new big (kitty) brother!

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Cam has a think.


Tank needs a snuggle.


They love to flip that basket over and hang out on top of it. I think it looks like a pedestal in a museum, with Fender as the work of art.


Work of art Pulley.


“What?” Oh, that Solenoid.


Fender is such a lapkitten. Every time I sit down, he climbs into my lap and purrrrrs.


Pretty little Dynamo.


Axle’s hoggin’ all the toys.


LoJack appears to be a pretty comfy seat.


The last shot I got of all 11 kittens, the day Cruise and Gauge went home.

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Dewey’s all “Tryin’ to SLEEP here, lady.”

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Previously
2017: (Maxi is Business As Usual hating all the other cats, hissing and smacking – but not so much that we’ve needed to put her out in the garage yet)
2016: “Ooh, he’s dreamy!”
2015: Guess who no longer has an empty foster room?
2014: Throwback Thursday: Sookie
2013: “Hallo, lady, there is a SECOND treat this morning, perhaps?”
2012: Stripey believes he can flyyyyyyy.
2011: When Gracie wants to play, George has no choice.
2010: No entry.
2009: I! HAZ! A! COMPLAINT!
2008: Lem gets very excited at snack time.
2007: Some time later, I was awakened by the sound of an angry screaming wildcat.
2006: Catie and her kittens.
2005: No entry.

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