This time last year we were fostering the Mainers, a slapped-together litter of 9 kittens who gave me my first experience with ringworm. Among those kittens were these two…
And this is what they look like today!
Isn’t that a GREAT room? Sharon says there are shelves all the way around and a fireplace; durable furniture, and the bookcases have glass doors, which protects the books from Molly the shredder. Smart thinking!
In case you missed it on Saturday or in yesterday’s weekly roundup post, Jacques and Francois were adopted Saturday, joining big sister Sapphire and big brothers Slate and Simon. AND you can see them all on Instagram! (Edited to add, 9/1/2020: The Instagram page has since been removed. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )
When Jacques and Francois came back to us, I knew they’d get snapped up pretty quickly. It was a lot of fun having them here with us, seeing them with the little kittens and playing with Katriane. I took a ton of pictures of them – they’re so darn photogenic! – and so today’s post is pictures of the two of them with each other and with the kittens.
2018: “Excuse you, lady, we’d like some PRIVACY.”
2017: No entry.
2016: “What doin’, weird lady?”
2015: Wordless Wahhhhdnesday.
2014: One of the cats in this picture is going home tonight!
2013: “Nothin’ stop Jon Snow. I go where I WANTS.”
2012: No entry.
2011: “Y’all can keep partying, but I’m going to bed. It’s exhausting, being this cute.”
2010: Without BolitarZilla around to hiss and smack at them, I think they’ll be okay.
2009: “GIVE me that camera!”
2008: Laundress Kitteh despairs at the task before her.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: I guess they haven’t spent enough time in carriers to know that they’re supposed to be scared of them.