Back in late 2018, we were fostering Ryder and her kittens, and the day that I took her kittens to be neutered, someone had dropped off this little nugget. Michelle and Kathie convinced me that LoJack (not one of Ryder’s kittens, but combined into her litter since he was an orphan) needed a friend. So I took this guy and named him Tank.
Also, this series of pictures with Tank and Solenoid cracks me UP.
So Tank was adopted and he’s now RonRon, and this is what he looks like now.
Too cute! (Thanks, Paul!)
Although his eyes look blue in this picture, if you click on it to see the larger version, you’ll see that there’s just a line of blue around the outside of the iris. That’ll eventually go away too, and I expect him to end up with green eyes, maybe a pretty seafoam green.
2019: This is a very thinky bunch of kittens.
2018: (I find it very rude that they continued to grow while I was gone.)
2017: Hissy little muffin.
2016: No entry.
2015: Belushi under a blanket of his brudders.
2014: “It’s the ears. No one can resist their fabulousness.”
2013: “‘SCUSE me, am trying to eat here. Please go ‘way.”
2012: Kittens: Nature’s Medicine.
2011: No entry.
2010: The Bookworms.
2009: JUST STOMP ON MY HEART, BEULAH, YOU HEARTLESS BRAT.
2008: No entry.
2007: Newt finds it important to keep an eye on the chickens. For protection purposes, of course.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.