In 2018 we fostered a litter of kittens we named after Maine towns, one of whom was this floofy little orange boy, Dexter. That litter was my first experience with ringworm, but they were the SWEETEST kittens, and they came through it all just fine.
These days, Dexter looks like this (he’s the one dangling from the cabinet). Says Sharon: “It was one of those Wile E. moments in Dexter’s life. The event occurred in my husband’s office (known here in the house as ‘the orifice’ – he’s a mess). Every time Mark opens a drawer or cabinet and forgets to close it, Dexter is eager to explore.” I always say orange tabbies are the surfer dudes of the cat world, and looks like Dexter fits that description!
No clear answer to the question yet, but the kittens certainly were like “Can we go to sleep now, please?” Also, more of Clover purrrrrring.
2021: Uno’s all “Wait, wait, wait! Wait for me, Mama!”
2020: Carmelita gets sassy with Mama.
2019: Then Willie gets the chomperoo from both sides.
2018: Snuggling with Deanzilla.
2017: The Cajuns, one month old.
2016: “This rug is very soft!” said Princess Consuela disapprovingly.
2015: Sleepy Sunday.
2014: Dennis needs a home!! (I love the pictures in this post.)
2013: Khaleesi’s birth story.
2012: No entry.
2011: “It was skeery.”
2010: “What? I’m just rolling around, here. I’m not gonna steal your box!”
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: My feng is not shui’d, and it’s annoying me.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.