Myrtle and her toys are ready for a nap.
Nick is starting to look kind of squished in the Toastycat bed.
Obviously I made too much of a fuss over Myrtle’s tilty-head poses, so Zelda has picked it up.
Feather teaser up there? Perhaps! (Myrtle and Jay)
“Look at that foot, innernets. LOOK at it!”
All kittens (and Mister Frog) present and accounted for! (Jay’s peeking out from under the Ham-mick.)
Rufous is really getting into this whole thing where he cleans himself. (I approve!)
Also Plover really likes to have clean paws.
Rufous, cleaning his back paw. He really likes to get in between his toes.
Rufous is eating some canned/solid food now, but he enjoys a good bottle. And Plover is all “WAIT A MINUTE, WHO IS GETTING A BOTTLE THAT IS NOT ME?!”
I know it looks like she yoinked the bottle for herself, but Rufous decided he was done, and I let her have it. Then Rufous was all “WAIT I WASN’T DONE.”
Rufous is all “HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?”
Along came Starling and then Wren said “You know? I’m a little hungry!”
Charlie’s all “Tryin’ to sleep here, lady.”
Posted on social media (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr) yesterday.
Forgotten Felines of Huntsville is NOW accepting applications for the Catsby kittens. From left: Floofy polydactyl tortie Zelda, black and white cowkitten Jay, quizzical calico cutie Myrtle, and sleek, sweet housepanther Jay. They are currently 9 1/2 weeks old; they will be spayed/neutered on June 13th, and can go home a few days after that.
There are no bonded pairs in this litter. All kittens get along great with all the other kittens. (I know you think Kitten This and Kitten That are bonded, but I assure you: I’ve watched these kittens for hours. They all get along well with each other and whichever pair floats your boat would be amazing together.)
**Preference is given** to adopters who want to adopt 2 (or 3 or 4)(!) together. Regardless, these kittens cannot go to 1-cat homes. They need a kitten/young cat in the home to play with, whether that’s one of their siblings or another kitten/young cat entirely. (This is non-negotiable.)
We are located in Huntsville, Alabama. Out of area adoptions are allowed (we’ve done it lots!) but adopters must come here to complete the adoption until we’ve refined our kitten-delivery slingshots.
Email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.
Milk drunk with a little milk mustache. How cute is Starling? (SO cute!)
Hungry kittens, happy kittens. I should have shot a middle section of the kittens eating but alas, I did not.
Tossing toys for kittens, kinda. I started out tossing toys for the kittens, but then got distracted watching them play. (I am easily distractable, especially when there are cute, playful kittens involved.)
A Fancy Sofa for a fancy girl. (Zelda)
Just a reminder that Daisy is AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION. Email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.
Good night innernets. (From top: Wren, Starling, Rufous & Plover)
2022: A vital part of training here at the Love & Hisses Kitten Academy is teaching them to be good napping companions.
2021: Uno loves the smell of toebeans in the morning.
2020: In a shocking coincidence, Bunny realized that AT THAT VERY MOMENT she had a pressing appointment, so she jumped the NOPE train to NOPESville, checked into the NOPES Motel, was the keynope speaker at the annual NOPE Conference and is preparing her TED talk on the subject of “Nope, Nope, and also NOPE.”
2019: No entry.
2018: “Holy cow, where’d all those toes come from?!”
2017: Someone’s been checking out the litter box, and he’s not sure what he thinks.
2016: “I can be on two levels at once!”
2015: Carlin’s story & what Lucy thinks about it all.
2014: No entry.
2013: Aslan’s all “You see what I put up with, here?”
2012: Rupert says hi.
2011: That look on her face epitomizes ::SIGH::, doesn’t it?
2010: Reacher and Bolitar: Brudderly Love.
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: We have officially named the kittens.