Now, this is how you start off a new year right: with (as Debra put it), “a pile of fuzzy joy” – former fosters (left to right) Stardust (2017), Amber (Ambercup, 2015), Phoenix (2017) and their brother Truman. ADORABLE.
Slow motion kittens: Nacho and Francesca and the feather teaser (and Kim looking on.)
With their mother (Kim Wexler) adoption pending and headed home next week, sisters Francesca (left) and Nacho are somehow still available for adoption. They can be timid on meeting strangers, so they don’t “show” well, but trust me – they are the sweetest, silliest little snugglebugs once they warm up! Email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire about adopting them. (We are located in Huntsville, Alabama – out of area adoptions are allowed, but ADOPTERS MUST COME HERE TO COMPLETE THE ADOPTION. Transport is not allowed, and our kitten-delivery drone is still on the fritz.)
Nearly 5 minutes of Cinnaspin and Linzer playing. They are the cutest little muffinheads!
2022: Her latest trick is to get up on top of this scratcher and chase her tail.
2021: “Lady, you is rude.”
2020: No entry.
2019: The floofalicious Burt.
2018: The Sheriff (Kara) is giving me the Serious Eyes.
2017: She is one confident monkey.
2016: I love how Levine is staring at Stefan, and Stefan? He’s looking at the food, of course.
2015: No entry.
2014: No entry.
2013: “Dat my straw, lady, you don’t touch, okay?”
2012: She climbs up there and is like “I’m sure you were wondering where I was!”
2011: Meet Alice.
2010: I’m still not going to talk about it yet because I don’t want to jinx it into not happening, but I wanted to make sure y’all know about it in advance so you’re not caught by surprise!
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: The boy – Moonman – was perfectly willing to get into the cat carrier, but the girl – Moondance – did NOT want to get into the carrier, and I had to chase her down and wrestle her into the carrier.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.