Nola’s Cajuns at 2 days old and 6 weeks old.
I’ve informed them that they don’t need to get any bigger, they can just stay this size, but I don’t think they’re going to listen. They never do!
Everyone got weighed, and Andouille is now the heaviest at 1 pound, 12.7 ounces. Praline is RIGHT behind him at 1 pound, 12.6 ounces. Roux is a few ounces lighter at 1 pound, 10.2 ounces, and Beignet is the lightest at 1 pound, 9.2 ounces. You can see their weight chart over here.
Also, I weighed Nola, and she weighs about 6 pounds, 14 ounces. I say “about” because she didn’t care for standing on the scale, so she was pretty much moving the entire time. She’s too light for her size, but it’s been my experience that mama kitties usually are at this point. She’ll put the weight on once the kittens are weaned.
Video! Beignet is a floofy little nutball who is clearly suffering from the hippity-hops.
Speaking of not being comfortable – I have no idea how this is comfortable, because it looks to me like he’s about to tip right over, but he hangs out like this a LOT.
2016: “No, Mama, no!” says Princess Consuela.
2015: #Roseanne waits for the mother ship to call her home.
2014: I love the look he’s giving Dennis.
2013: “I AM TOTALLY THE CUTEST GIRL EVER!”
2012: No entry.
2011: I called her Dorfy and when I was looking for her Saturday evening, I called her KittyDorfin’ and then EnDorfin’.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: “She did WHAT?!?!”
2007: “WHO’S READY FOR THE SNACKIN’?” I bellowed
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.