Is Charlie still growing? In the recent video of Charlie and Canasta, he seemed much larger than he was in his visits to the foster room before the kittens were born.
Charlie is definitely still growing. At the end of October he weighed 7 pounds. Yesterday, he was just over 12 pounds. He’s not yet a year old – his birthday is on June 2nd – and I wouldn’t be surprised if he turns out to be our biggest cat. (I know y’all are going to ask who our biggest cat is – it’s Khal. He weighed 13 pounds yesterday. Archie and Newt are 12 pounds, Jake, Alice and Dewey are right around 11 pounds.)
Is that Afghan double-sided? That is fabulous.
The blanket is beautiful, if he could share where he got the pattern I might want to try one!
Fred said that the pattern was from a book (Interlocking Crochet: 80 Original Stitch Patterns Plus Techniques and Projects). There’s not a blanket pattern, but there’s a style pattern for making the boxes / stars.
Perhaps someone else has asked this already and I missed it, but have you noticed any of the kittens pairing up so that you’d like to see them adopted together?
No, I don’t see any bonded pairs – they pretty much enjoy playing/snuggling with whoever’s closest.
2020: I love that I caught Javier in the middle of a complaint.
2019: Almanzo’s all “The nappin’ blanket is on the bed, does that mean it’s nappin’ time?”
2018: It’s a posing kinda day.
2017: Son, you better CHECK YOUR ATTITUDE.
2016: No entry.
2015: The Fools are 3 weeks old!
2014: “I sense someone LOOKING at me.”
2013: “LOOK, lady, I’m trying to EAT here. You want to knock it off with the clickety-clack of that stupid camera?”
2012: Newbery Monday.
2011: Paws up, y’all.
2010: I try to never disturb a sleeping kitten, but boy – they are SO cute and fuzzy, it’s hard not to grab them up and snuggle them!
2009: No entry.
2008: “Momma!!! We is HUNGREE!”
2007: I consider it a weekend well spent.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.