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Honey is such a little cutie, and she totally knows it.
Bunny the lapcat.
At first I thought Honey was always semi wearing her Stranger Danger floof, but she’s always like this, so I guess it just must be her natural floofiness that makes her look floofed!
They were playing a round of Slappy Paws and stopped to look at me. (It looks in this picture like Benjamin is half the size of Lola. He’s not – he is smaller than she is, but not THAT much smaller.)
Benjamin’s tellin’ her how it is.
Bugs gets a snuggle.
First time I’ve seen a Mama get in the Cuties box! (Lola’s little face on the left side of the picture cracks me up.)
Lola joins Bunny.
Bugs is all “Lady, I can’t find my Mama anywhere. You seen her?”
And Bunny is all “Shhhh, don’t tell him.”
I don’t know what it is about this scratcher, but these kittens – especially Honey and Benjamin – love it. (It’s not Isabella’s scratcher, I sent that home with her, but it’s the same kind.)
Jake’s got places to be.
2019: No entry.
2018: “PARDON ME MA’AM HAVE I MENTIONED MY TOES LATELY?!”
2017: Wearing Mama’s foot as a hat.
2016: I don’t know what Bert is thinkin’ about, but he’s thinkin’ about it real, real hard.
2015: Paws UP, y’all!
2014: No entry.
2013: “Madame, I don’t believe I care for your tone.”
2012: Whipper and the Newbs (aka Logie and Newbery) hanging out on the cat tree in the sun.
2011: Actually, that’s another way Dorothy and Alice are alike: they’re small, but they have NO fear when it comes to the other cats.
2010: Oh, I loved her immediately.
2009: He still says she’s ugly.
2008: No entry.
2007: Vampire Kitty likes to spend his days on top of the cupboards, where it’s warm and relatively dark.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.