At four months, Fluxx is a pretty typical kitten. She runs around, chases toy mice and lasers, and likes to climb to the highest point in the room. She is fast and fearless. Her sister, Fay, is a bit more shy and a tad smaller, but otherwise a typical kitten: run, chase, sleep, repeat. Except […]
I miss Sarafina and Alegria very much, but coming home to an empty house was even worse. This weekend, my husband and I headed to the shelters to look at cats. Spoiler alert: We came home with two black kittens!
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Sleep. It’s awesome, and is especially adorable when baby animals do it. Like so.
This just in: Ladyblogland wrote some great stuff this week.
A kitten showed up in our backyard last week. My husband found him sticking his nose into our cat enclosure, attempting to see if my old fat cats would be interested in allowing him in to eat their food.
Read the news at your own risk. Then look at kittens follow for cuddly recovery.
And your sandwich.
There are too many things to be ragey about right now. I need to shower myself and our lovely readers with some joy.
This week, I received a question via email about the veracity of the common wisdom of not picking up stray kittens. My answer is thus: Let sleeping kittens (and puppies) lie!
Let’s ask some important questions about pets you’ve had. Tell the truth, or take the dare!
As I have mentioned before, I am a sucker for homeless animals. All someone has to say is, “They are going to the pound,” and I swoop in and take them.
In a matter of hours, I will have my hands on 5 little nuggets in need of good, forever homes. Check it, y’all.
Everybody in your cutest pajamas, we’re giffing it up again this weekend.