11-8-22 Tuesday

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Nacho’s got those big, bright Precious Moments eyes.


As does Saul!


Francesca wonders if it’s time for breakfast.


The fish taco truck is ready to go!


“It’s really hard to find good employees these days, but I think this bunch is going to work out.”


“Darn it! Where’d they go?!”


Mike’s all “Tell her we’re taking a break.”

In case you missed it on social media yesterday, Mike is now adoption pending! He’ll go home in about a week and a half, and is joining a home that includes a couple of former fosters.

This, of course, leaves mama Kim Wexler, Saul, Nacho and Francesca still available for adoption. Fingers crossed that their people come along soon!

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If you’ve ever wondered what Charlie’s underside looks like, here you go. (And yes, it is as delightfully soft and squishy as it looks!)

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Posted on social media (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr) yesterday.


Big news: Mike is ADOPTION PENDING. He’ll go home in a couple of weeks, and is joining a wonderful home that includes two former fosters!⁠


Laundry’s done! Do you need one, two, or three kittens who are pretty darn good* at doing laundry? Well, have I got the kittens for you! Francesca (girl; pink collar), Nacho (girl; in the back of the basket, checking for stray socks, and Saul (boy; snoopervising from outside the basket) are still available for adoption! ⁠

Forgotten Felines of Huntsville is located in Huntsville, Alabama (USA) and will adopt out of the state, but adopters are required to come here in person to complete their adoption. ⁠

Kittens must either be adopted with another kitten OR be joining a home with another young (playful) cat in residence.⁠

Email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info(at)ffhsv.org to inquire.⁠

*That’s a lie. They’re terrible at folding (I think it’s the lack of opposable thumbs), spend all their time fighting with the socks, and then just curl up on the warm laundry and take a nap. But still I’ll give them an A+++ for effort and cuteness.


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Mike is one happy purrbaby. (And in case you missed it, Mike is also now adoption pending and will go home in a couple of weeks! He’ll be joining a family that includes two of our former fosters!)


Oooh, BIG stretch, Saul!


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Tossing toys for kittens (and mama). They were a little sleepy, so there weren’t as many super-crazy jumps as usual!


Nacho’s all “You want a fish taco?”


Good night innernets. (Kim Wexler, who is still available for adoption; email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.)

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Previously
2021: Carli’s all “This is an excellent box.”
2020: (I expected to get them more EXPLODING out of the crate, but I’d call that more of a meander.)
2019: Archie felt judged, put on his Ears of Annoyance, and raced away.
2018: And now you’ve met Tank!
2017: Who’s going to disturb all those melted kittens? Not I!
2016: It’s a sleepy Raleigh pie.
2015: No entry.
2014: “I recommends you stop pointing that phone at me, lady. The ears don’t get much more annoyanced than this.”
2013: “Uhhhhh… nothin’. Just sitting here NOT making fun of the way you derpy-doo around on two feet.”
2012: Are you seeing the looniness in Magoo?
2011: “Dude. Your toenails are UP MY NOSE!”
2010: Then one evening, the cats got together and had a newspaper-shredding party.
2009: At one point, I had six or seven cats gathered around me, watching in fascination as the plastic dragonfly flapped and flapped.
2008: No entry.
2007: Talk about your come-hither look!
2006: Y’all just shut UP. We do NOT have eight cats.
2005: “What can I do to convince you to adopt Sugarbutt?”

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