Josephine and Fleur are now at Petsmart. I dropped them off about noon yesterday, and while they weren’t thrilled, they ran around and played a bit with Henri and Gabrielle while I was setting up their cage.
Here they are before they went – and I’ll have more pictures of them in tomorrow’s post as well because they were being particularly photogenic yesterday so I got a bazillion pictures.
The permanent residents apparently knew that the kittens were gone; by the time I got home, they were spread throughout the house in a way they haven’t been since, oh, February or so. Alice, especially, who usually spends her days in the heated house on the screened porch, was on the kitchen table, enjoying the sun. It was nice to see them relaxing.
“A sheriff can take a break in the big pink fluffy bed if she wants to, lady!” That bed has proven to be very popular – if Kara’s not snoozing in it, Archie is. I’ve pondered buying a second one, but I’m not sure where I’d put it, so I’ll hold off for now.
(I got the bed from Amazon – but it comes from China, so just be aware that it’ll take a while to get to you if you order one.)
2018: Fender has a tiny complaint, and Pulley is concerned.
2017: The cats are starting to get restless.
2016: “Am sleepy, lady. You go ‘way.”
2015: No entry.
2014: This is Archie.
2013: The Sopranos, 3 months old.
2012: Dandelion went off to her new home just fine.
2011: SO stressed.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: Every time I look at him, I want to squeeze the stuffing out of him.
2007: “We should do Stinky,” Fred said.
2006: I’m telling y’all, this is the MOST mellow cat I’ve ever seen in my life.
2005: No entry.