Lots of love and purrs from me and big brother Jay!
(and hugs from mom)
Here’s to lots of yummy tuna today for the kitties, biscuits for the doggies, lettuce for the piggies – and of course, chocolate for the humans!
And that’s why kittens are the best!
PS: I need to get me one of those ;)
I don’t normally sit still for more than a few seconds. Mom says I have kitty ADHD.
But then – just this week, this happened:
I sat there on mom’s lap for about 10 minutes, watching cat videos on YouTube! I didn’t even blink. I just wanted to keep watching more and more kitties doing crazy stuff. It was fun!!!
Do you like to watch videos too?
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Sorry it’s been so quiet around here for a while. I’ve been busy growing up and learning things. Plus it’s hard for us because we only have one laptop so we have a time-sharing system in effect. Unfortunately, mom gets most of the time.
I think that’s unfair. Don’t you agree? I thing I should be the one getting the most time since I’m the cutest! On the other hand, I just want to play and run around like a race car and jump off the furniture so I guess it’s all good.
In other news, I’ll be ten months old this month. Isn’t that crazy? I wonder if I’ll get a birthday party or a Gotcha party. Either way, if it is anything like Christmas, it’s going to be a lot of fun.
Here are some pictures, in case you’ve forgotten all about me:
Did you know I had an Evil Twin?
She likes to run around the place, jumping on furniture and knocking things over. Zoom, zoom, ZOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM
I’ve been wanting to write this post since I saw snow for the first time but I kept forgetting. Then, I saw this post from Texas about NYC feral cats so I am finally writing it.
I didn’t like snow at first. My toesies got cold and I didn’t know why. It was very cold out and that got me thinking about my cat mom. She was never found.
She is a feral cat like I was. For all we know, she’s still out there. She might be cold. She might be hungry. She might even have more kitties now. Or be pregnant again.
What if she’s sick? Who’s gonna help her?
My human mom always keeps her eyes and ears open to any signal of feral (or stray cats) around the neighbourhood. So far, she hasn’t seen or heard any.
But I worry about my cat mom. All alone in the world and not spayed. So I worry about the kittens too, if there’s any.
I like snow now. I go out on the balcony, and play with it. I love to dig. But my human mom is always there with me, making sure I’m ok. And when I get cold, we go inside and my mom hugs me and makes me warm again. But what about my cat mom? Who’s gonna keep her warm and safe?
I wish for my cat mom and all kitties out there, to get their own humans to love!