12-5-22 Monday

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As you can see, Francesca is collar-free. I took off her collar to adjust it, she grabbed it and started playing with it, and since there’s not really any reason she needs a collar at this point, I let her have it as a toy.


I’m getting the Eyes of Judgement from Kim.


Nacho loves to hang out between my pillows.


Saul’s feelin’ smug.


I swear, one day I’m going to walk into the kitten room and there’ll be nothing but a few pieces of cardboard left from the taco truck.

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The Fabulous Khal enjoys a nap under the Christmas tree.

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


Kim Wexler would like to report that as stated above the windshield, this fish taco truck is MEOW DELICIOSO!


Look, look! We have (top) floofy former foster Carmelita (from Los Mewchachos, early 2020) and Bobby (formerly Funnel Cake, from the Vittles litter, late 2020). How absolutely adorable are they?⁠

(Thanks for letting me share, Marilynn!)


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Slow motion kittens. I love how graceful they are as they jump around like the crazy things they are (and meanwhile mama is in the background just doing her thing and ignoring them all.)


Watch Nacho flyyyy. She loves that feather teaser!


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Nacho’s livin’ the life. First she gets a bath, and then she has a purrrrr.


Pretty, pretty Francesca in the sun. ❤️


Good night innernets. (Saul)


Nacho’s all “Excuse you, I’d like privacy please.”


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Nacho and Francesca, fighting with the basket o’ toys and with each other.


It’s a gray and rainy day here – the best time to curl up in your giant scratcher bowl and take a nap, according to Kim.


Good night innernets. (Nacho and Francesca)


These little slackers are having a hard time getting going this morning. (From top: Francesca, Nacho & Saul.)⁠


Nacho is pretty sure – since the desk is where Churu time happens – that if she hangs out on the desk, she can MAKE Churu time happen. It hasn’t worked yet, but that’s not stopping her.


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Trixie – one of the cats who “belongs” to a neighbor, and who has been mostly living on our front porch for the past 4 or 5 months, and who has been fed by us and who Fred took to the vet a few weeks ago because he thought she was breathing too fast and might have a health issue (she doesn’t), has been coming inside for the past few months. She comes in a few times a day, hangs out, naps, and then wants back out. The other day while she was inside, SOMEONE (Fred) gave her some of his leftover dinner, which she very much enjoyed. Newt saw a plate on the floor, so came over to see if there was any for him, and Trixie gave him the ol’ hisseroo.⁠

Like Joey Tribbiani, “TRIXIE DOESN’T SHARE FOOD.”


Good night innernets. (Saul and Nacho)

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Previously
2021: No entry.
2020: No entry.
2019: “Just a little taste…”
2018: Fender has a tiny complaint, and Pulley is concerned.
2017: The cats are starting to get restless.
2016: “Am sleepy, lady. You go ‘way.”
2015: No entry.
2014: This is Archie.
2013: The Sopranos, 3 months old.
2012: Dandelion went off to her new home just fine.
2011: SO stressed.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: Every time I look at him, I want to squeeze the stuffing out of him.
2007: “We should do Stinky,” Fred said.
2006: I’m telling y’all, this is the MOST mellow cat I’ve ever seen in my life.
2005: No entry.

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