6-27-19 Thursday

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Francois has a think.

Oh, that Jacques. He’s such a cutie.

Madeline makes an excellent pillow.

Those kittens crack me up – they play like crazy and then drop and are out cold. (Esmee)

Pretty Esmee. Doesn’t her face look great?

The meezers are keeping their blue eyes, but Amelie certainly isn’t. Look at that pretty green coming in!

Out cold!

Don’t look at me, Katriane. I didn’t make this happen! (Okay… well, I kinda did, didn’t I?)

Antoine’s hanging out with Auntie Margeaux.

She gives him the ol’ snifferoo.

Then he gets grabby, but she just ignores his sass. She must be in a good mood.


Dewey’s got an attitude.


2018: Eliot might be the troublemaker of the bunch.
2017: Mrs. Potts was feelin’ floofy.
2016: Oh, that spotted belly.
2015: Victims of a #DriveByNursing
2013: “My brudder cannot keep his paws to his ownself.”
2012: Pro Summer tip: line your windowsills with kittens to keep the cool air from seeping out.
2011: Macushla’s in charge of guarding the food.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: What a difference 10 weeks makes, huh?
2007: Is it just me, or do these look like weirdly posed scenes, like something you’d see in the JC Penney catalog?
2006: No entry.
2005: I mean, I have NEVER dealt with a cat in heat before.



6-27-19 Thursday — 7 Comments

  1. The “Out cold!” photo looks like a first year frat party, what with random bodies passed out on the floor and pizza scattered about (the “keg” is off hiding from those rowdy kids).

    I love Dewey, every time I see him I can’t help but smile as he reminds me so much of my darling Atticus.

  2. Aren’t all kittens like that? I mean, kittens have two modes: on (90mph) and off (out cold).

  3. Just wondering, if Margeaux is NotTheMother and isn’t producing milk, how long will she stay with you, Robyn, before she is spayed and up for adoption?

  4. Well geez Robin, it is great that you foster and, all but couldn’t you at least provide some toys or something for the youngsters to play with. Come on…

  5. I would love to know which of these kittens are really Katriane’s, but I guess DNA testing is a bit far to go!