This time last year we had, among other kittens, this little muffin right here:
That was Ambercup, from the Squash Bugs litter, who is now Amber. This is what she looks like now:
Didn’t she grow up to be one gorgeous girl? The white feet just kill me. She’s so PRETTY.
(Thanks for sharing, Debra!)
PS: I cannot believe it’s been nearly a year since I last had bottle babies!
I should have mentioned in yesterday’s post that Hemlock and Privet came through surgery just fine. He was high as a kite when I got them home, and she didn’t want to do anything but sleep in her carrier, so I made sure they had food and water, and shut them in their room for the night. Yesterday morning, he acted like he had no idea anything had happened, and she was a little slower and slept most of the day, but by last night, she was back to normal, too.
As of last night, Juniper was still hissing at Privet (and Privet was hissing back), I’m sure she’ll get over it in another day or so.
“Hi, Unca Archie.” Hemlock hung there for a moment and then hissed and ran off. Archie, on the other hand, was slightly curious and just looked at him. Archie isn’t interested in the kittens, exactly, but he’s not not interested, either.
Video! When playing with the Bergan Turbo track, the kittens have learned that teamwork is key. Or something.
2015: Meet Cletus van Damme.
2014: Exfoliation Monday, with Tricki.
2013: No entry.
2012: Petey hopes y’all realize that Caturday is for relaxin’.
2011: Volunteer Purslane, growing in one of the empty raised beds.
2010: I DID NOT toss Bolitar over the door, even though it sounds like it.
2009: The many faces of sweet little bunny Terry.
2008: Naturally, Zoe was all “Hey, this is cool! I like this!” and took up residence.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.