Starling’s all “No, you go ahead and go to sleep, Tater. If she brings out the bottle, I’ll wake you up!”
“I promise! Eventually I’ll wake you up if there’s a bottle, if there’s any left!”
Just in case you were on the fence about possibly adopting Daisy, let me sweeten the deal: not only does she come with extra toes, I’ll also throw in this awesome box, for free. Where else you gonna get a deal like that? (Email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.)
When Daisy decides that the milk bar is closed, it’s CLOSED.
(Yes, Myrtle and Jay are eating solid food. They still comfort nurse whenever Daisy will let them, and as you can see, she has no problem getting up and walking away when she’s decided she’s done with their nonsense.)
Wren and Plover are having a good time playing; Starling and Rufous are being slackers in my lap.
(Nick is available for adoption. Email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire.)
2022: As mentioned, we’re having work done on the house this week, so we’re checking into a hotel this afternoon and will be spending a few nights there.
2021: Pinochle requests that you SMIIIIIIIIIILE.
2020: No entry.
2019: “But why is it WET?!” Almanzo wonders.
2018: The five-kitten pie, baked fresh this morning.
2017: Goodness me, Andouille, that is QUITE the school picture smile you’ve got going on there.
2015: “What up, laydees?”
2014: MEET THE NEW GUYS!
2013: “Lady, there’s BIRDS out there. How do I get to them?”
2012: “And also ::GROWL::” said Sugarbutt.
2011: Miss Dorfy has gone to her forever home in… (drumroll) St. Louis!
2010: No entry.
2009: “Who, me?”
2008: Kara’s all “Really? We’re still doing this, seven weeks later? REALLY? Are you KIDDING me?”
2007: Speaking of Maxi and Newt, I have to say – they are some tiny, tiny cats.
2006: No entry.
2005: If I could just bottle that energy.