Look at these sweet faces!
Sweet sisters Phoenix (of Mercury’s Missions, our fosters in 2017) and Amber (formerly Ambercup, one of the Squash Bugs in 2015) are best buddies. Aren’t they the cutest? (Is there anything better than seeing grown up fosters who are so content? I think not!)
Two questions I’m getting the most lately:
1. Will they keep their blue eyes? I’d love to be proven wrong, but I’m going to say that they will not be keeping their blue eyes. They’ll start changing here in the next week or so, and I imagine they’ll eventually end up with eyes that are some shade of green. The only kittens I’ve had that have kept their blue eyes are Siamese mix or white.
2. Will they be long-haired? At this point, I’m pretty sure that most of them will be medium or long-haired. Both gray boys (Alejandro and Pablo) have very wavy fur. So does Diego – and Carmelita is super floofy (her tail is quite something). I believe that Javier will be a short-hair kitty, but it’s possible I’m wrong on that. We’ll have to wait and see on him, but as for the others, we’re looking at floofville.
2019: Almanzo isn’t sure what he thinks of you, innernets.
2018: No entry.
2017: “Can’t a Sheriff take a nap without you getting all up in her business, lady?”
2016: Ken Adams wonders “What am I looking at, here?”
2015: Mary: arbiter of fashion and killer of fashion faux pas.
2014: Molly Monday.
2013: No entry.
2012: All told, it took less than a minute – possibly even less than 30 seconds – and the first time Fred went into the room after that, Emmy hissed at him, then let him rub her belly.
2011: Bless his heart. (That’s Southern Speak for “What an idiot.”)
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: So I got up and got me some kittens.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.