Life in the Slow Lane
I love it! As cantankerous as that cat is, she lets you dress her up in outrageous ways. I'm afraid there might be retribution here, though. Not many cats will stand being transformed into lagomorphs!Happy Easter!
That one's good for a chuckle :) She looks like she's feeling well. I hope she's back to herself, since the interloper has relocated.
The Yoshi-Bunny!! So cute! I envy your costumey-creativity!!
Now that's better! And she seems to be tolerating it pretty well. I am very grateful; talk about instant gratification. Pillow poop...I'm familiar with rug poop, and floor poop, left-my-clothes-on-the-floor-uh-oh-poop, and oh-yeah-guess-I'd-better change that litter poop, but pillow poop will be a new one. ;^)
Ah the new "crabbit" species. Nice...
I'm glad there's not a follow-up photo from Monday!Have you ever shown her any of these photos or movies? alan
Nothing in the mail from Vancouver yet...did we get away with it???
So very cute! Love the ears. How in the world does she stay so stayed? I'd have to sedate either of my cats or catch them sleeping to go something like that.I tried measuring Leo today- he is HUGE! Not fat, 16lbs, strong as can be, and still a baby. Right now his front paws are 2 inches in width. AND HE'S A BABY! Lemme tell ya, trying to measure his paws was a HUGE ordeal. I finally had to give him most of the measuring tape- material, not metal- to play with while I used a small portion of it.We keep forgetting that, and when he's naughty- read acting like a baby kitty should- it drives up batty.
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