Breakfast is served! (Yes, Rufous is old enough to eat solid food. And he is, in fact, eating solid food. But he loves a few slurps on the bottle, and as far as I’m concerned he can have that bottle ’til he leaves for college.)
A lap full of kittens – most of them happy, one with a few complaints. It’s all good, though!
3 1/2 minutes of tossing toys for kittens. Like many fosters before them, the Catsby kittens really like it when I toss toys (especially ping pong balls) for them!
Daisy and the kittens now have the run of the entire upstairs (this basically doubles their space.) I opened the door to the rest of the upstairs Friday morning, and for two full days Daisy and the kittens just looked out the door and said “We’re not coming out THERE, are you CRAZY?!” Sunday morning, they left the foster room and now spend all their time hanging out in my room and in the hallway, only returning to the foster room to eat and use the litter box. (They are closed in the foster room overnight.) They’re having a blast! PS: Zelda was the first to leave the room, of course.
2022: Uncle Archie came wandering through, said “There are a lot of kittens in here” and continued on his way.
2021: If I’d tried to get them arranged that way you KNOW they’d have never stayed.
2020: Mr. Ratty better watch his back.
2019: Almanzo in the pillow cave.
2018: Brian Boitano thinks Picabo makes a perfect pillow.
2017: Hey, he’s 8 weeks old. Give him time to hone his ponderings.
2016: Apparently he’s always been skeptical!
2015: No entry.
2014: Livia needs a home!
2013: “Ruth is laying on my ARM, and my ARM fell ASLEEP and I don’t want to move ’cause it might wake her up!”
2012: Is it possible for tomatoes to ripen ANY more slowly?
2011: Miss Dorfy loves her some Jake.
2010: No entry.
2009: She’s got a lot to say and BOY does she say it.
2008: No entry.
2007: So the dog has a safe and happy home, and since it ain’t with ME, I am thrilled beyond belief.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.