I was trying to get a good shot of Spock’s eyes, and so I was holding him up in one hand while taking pictures with the other, and he just hung there tolerating it. This litter is particularly good about being handled in annoying ways.
In case you were wondering, former fosters Hook (left; formerly Puff, who we fostered in 2013. He was one of Khaleesi’s Dragons) and Flynn (right, formerly Kohle, who we fostered at the end of 2012) still love each other very much. ❤️
Call pest control, we’ve got an infestation of skitterbugs! First up: Kirk, who was on a field trip in my room, and feelin’ feisty. Then Troi’s feeling skittery. And lastly, when Kirk’s sneak attack fails, he turns on the skitters. (I guess two skitterbugs isn’t an infestation, but you know what they say: if you see one, you’ve got another hundred or so you just aren’t seeing.)
The Trekklings’ eyes at 8 weeks old – no one kept their blue eyes (boo!), but they’re all very pretty shades of green. (I’m not entirely sure at what age they stop changing; Google claims they reach their final color by 3 months. I think it’s more like 5 – 6 months, but who am I to argue with Google?)
Mama defends the fort. I got that pop-up cube out and Uhura immediately claimed it as her own, at least for a couple of minutes. Can’t a mama have two minutes of quiet time to herself? (No. No, she can’t.)
2022: Mike shows off his teefs.
2021: All 6 kittens, present and accounted for!
2018: Meet the new fosters! (Ryder and her Fleet.)
2017: “Was just a quick nap! I’m ready for my mission, lady!”
2016: “Lady, you stop hovering over me. You’re making me nervous!”
2015: “ESSCUSE ME I HAS A COMPLAINT AND MY COMPLAINT IS THAT IT’S ONLY WEDNESDAY PLEASE REMEDY THIS IMMEDIATELY.”
2014: Smilin’ Joe, the tuxie-doe
2013: Meet the Sopranos.
2012: Rough life, Pickle Joe.
2011: She’s no shy, retiring violet when it comes to kicking her brother’s butt!
2010: No entry.
2009: Beulah update!
2008: No entry.
2007: The best picture ever taken on the face of this planet.
2006: Maddy Milk face.
2005: I have a feeling that bleach is going to be my best friend for the foreseeable future.