7-2-19 Tuesday

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Cutie. (Antoine)

I love that little reddish spot on Margeaux’s head.

Katriane and her little Mini-Me Amelie.

Paws up, y’all! (Madeline)



“Excuse you, lady, we is havin’ a snuggle.” (Francois and Jacques, with Madeline in the background.)

“Amelie, your BREATH!!!” (Amelie, Antoine (who thinks he’s so funny), and Madeline)

Jacques and Antoine snuggle up for a nap.

Growing those kittens takes a lot of rest.

Esmee’s keeping an eye on you.

The kittens – and Katriane and Margeaux – met the vacuum cleaner yesterday. The kittens were a little interested, a lot wary, but not all that scared. They got up on the little cat tree and kept an eye on the situation. Margeaux retreated to her favorite spot – atop the cabinet, like where she is in that picture above – and kept an eye on me. Unfortunately, Katriane had a packed schedule and coincidentally needed to be on the opposite side of the room from wherever I was when the vacuum was running, so I’ll have to report on her in the future.


16 pounds of Newt in a 10-pound box.


2018: Please note that he has his paw positioned juuuust so, so you can admire those toes.
2017: Kitten Book Club.
2016: No entry.
2015: Thlurrrpsday.
2014: “George not like blackberries, either.”
2013: Can you believe these kittens are two months old?
2012: Stompers and the Floof.
2011: No entry.
2010: Kittens… and a bucket of squash!
2009: No entry.
2008: I’m off to take Kara and her babies to the vet to be spayed and neutered.
2007: Happiest! Cat! Ever!
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.



7-2-19 Tuesday — 4 Comments

  1. Newties, how is that comfy?! My back hurts just looking at him, but as long as he’s happy and comfortable…

    These babies are continually amazed by everything, aren’t they?!

  2. I’ve been wondering whether Archie or anyone still hangs out on the stairs between the foster room and the kitchen. Has there been much curiosity on either side of that door?

  3. My angel kitties Emma and Maggie both had little red spots on the tops of their heads. I called them angel kisses.