Saul (and his whiskers) in the sun. (Side note: that’s Mike in the background with his ears back. When I first saw this picture, I thought it was him on his back with his back feet in the air and I thought “How have I never noticed how short his legs are?”)
An old picture of Dewey, so y’all don’t forget what a pretty boy he is! I loved those shelves in the kitchen at Crooked Acres.
Mike, Lalo and Nacho are big fans of the packing strap. Y’know, it really doesn’t take much to entertain the little muffinheads.
(Video made before Lalo and Gus went home, obviously.)
Did you know that this silly, sweet, lovable girl is available for adoption? She is! She was recently diagnosed with Glomerular Disease, which is a kidney disease that will require medication, a special diet, and regular visits to the vet. (We are realistic that it’s hard to get people too excited about adopting a cat with special medical needs, but we hope very much that the right people for her are out there.)
Kim Wexler – DOB August 1, 2014 – came to us on August 1st along with her 5 kittens (Francesca, Gus, Lalo, Nacho and Saul). She was an owner turn-in at our local animal control facility, and gave birth while with them. Her kittens were only a few days old when they came to us to foster. A few days later, Mike – a kitten who was left behind by his mother – needed a family, and he came to join us. Kim immediately accepted him as her own, and he’s grown up with her own kittens. Kim is pretty sure that since her mothering days are over, it’s time for HER to be the baby!
Kim is the absolute sweetest, most chill girl with a wide playful streak. She loves snoozing the day away in various spots (she particularly likes to sit and look out the window), and occasionally race through the house, play with toys, and otherwise entertain herself. She loves to be petted – and especially scritched under her chin and behind her ears, and loves to be held for short periods of time. She doesn’t understand when the humans try to kiss her – she thinks it’s weird – but she will tolerate it. She has been spayed, microchipped, and is up to date on her vaccinations.
We are located in Huntsville, Alabama. Please email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire about adopting Kim Wexler.
Nearly 3 minutes of jumping kittens. Most of the jumping in this video is Nacho and Francesca, but the boys get a few good jumps in, too!
(Video was shot earlier this week; the girls were spayed on Wednesday, and this is from before that. I don’t have them leaping about with fresh spay incisions, I promise. We’ll give them a few more days to heal before I start tossing toys again! Also, this is obviously before Lalo and Gus went home.)
Lalo and Gustavo were adopted yesterday – they are now Darth (Gustavo) and R2 (Lalo) and join a family that includes former foster Obi (formerly Angus).
Here they are in pictures from the time I brought them home at just a few days old, until they went home yesterday. Enjoy the purring, and watching them grow.
Just hanging out in the kitten room, watching them do what they do – and getting some up-close time with Mike.
Nacho is a big fan of that feather teaser (I mean, the other kittens are too, but Nacho is especially so.)
2021: No entry.
2020: No entry.
2019: Luc listens sympathetically as I tell him how I JUST swept the leaves off the deck yesterday and LOOK how it’s covered up again, grrr!
2018: “Stop making me stare up into the sun, lady. It’s gonna melt my marshmallow fluff brain right out my ears.”
2017: Stardust from the side, with a sniff from Hubble.
2016: MEET YER NEW PARTNER!
2015: No entry.
2014: No one trying to kill anyone here, nope. Move along.
2013: “Hi, hi! Hi weird people of the internet! Hi!”
2012: Polly loves to play sparkleball in the tub.
2011: It makes us both laugh and laugh.
2010: No entry.
2009: “You rang?”
2008: It’s hard to believe that volume of sound is coming from such a little thing!
2007: Snuggly brudders.
2006: I have a bunch of pictures of Maddy I haven’t cleared off my memory stick yet, so you’ll be seeing them for the next few days.
2005: “Take a picture Mom, quick! I can’t hold this pose for long!”