Fred brought Katriane in to see the big kittens the other night. She’s a little bored in the guest bedroom with Margeaux and the little ones, so we thought we’d let her blow off some steam. The kittens were excited to see her, and a few tried to nurse but she wasn’t having it. She did a lot of running and playing, but after half an hour or so, she started getting growly at the kittens (probably because they wouldn’t stop trying to nurse), so we put her back in with Margeaux. I’ve started putting her in with the kittens in the morning when I feed everyone and do the morning scoop/sweep. It’s a lot easier to clean in the guest bedroom without Katriane getting all up in my space with her nosy self. Then we put her in with them for a while in the evening, too. She plays just like a kitten and likes having the room to run. I think she’ll be happy when we’re eventually able to move her, Margeaux, and the little ones into the big foster room.
The little ones are doing well, gaining weight, bright-eyed and starting to be curious about the world around them. They’re so CUTE at this age!
2018: Kenneth Borkleton Moopers has a lot to say, and mostly what he has to say is “You can’t get me hooked on Gerber chicken and gravy baby food and not bring some to me every time you come into the room, FYI, lady.”
2017: International Man of Mystery Gaston.
2016: No entry.
2015: Random cuteness.
2014: “Give me your paw! I’ll help you get back up on the bed!”
2013: “I get SLEEPY!”
2012: “Don’t make me bite you on your neck, Caspian, while that lady’s taking pictures.”
2011: You can deflect Het Rays from stumpy little gray cats with SCOOP HANDS!
2010: Bad news, good news, and a happy ending for two Challenger’s House cats!
2009: No entry.
2008: Zoe makes this face a LOT.
2007: Now THAT is a signal I understand.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.