I walked into the hallway the other morning to find Archie sitting atop the crate watching the kittens race around the foster room. He finds them interesting, though he would never actually go into that room because being surrounded by little kittens is very much not his thing. Katriane likes to follow Archie around and watch him play (he’s very playful, but will NOT play with another cat, only by himself) and he tolerates that for the most part unless she gets too close.
Speaking of that crate he’s sitting on, I bought that to block the doorway so that – during the day – Katriane and Margeaux could come and go as they please, but the kittens couldn’t get over it. It worked really well until yesterday when all of a sudden the kittens were able to reach the top, pull themselves up, and drop to the floor on the other side. So I replaced the crate with a moving box that’s about 6 inches taller. The girls can get over it, but the kittens can’t. I’m sure it won’t be too terribly much longer before they’re able to get over that, too!
2018: Eliot looks so long and lean here, but she’s actually a teeny girl.
2017: Stardust: sheriff in the making.
2016: Were you worried that my foster room would stay empty?
2015: “I was not sharpening my claws on your socks, and I resent the accusation. RESENT, I say.”
2014: I guess he just needed some love all of a sudden!
2012: Impossibly Petey Pickle would be an excellent name for a sitcom, wouldn’t it?
2011: Princess Poutyface not only has a forever home, she also has a forever sister!
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: My monkeys are going to the pet store today! ::sob::
2007: Fred spends so much time talking about how gorgeous Stinkerbelle is, that I feel like he’s having a midlife crisis, only instead of dumping me for a younger, prettier model, he brought The Other Woman to live in my house.
2006: No entry.
2005: “Is someone in the kitchen? OH MY GOD! SOMEONE’S IN THE KITCHEN!”