That’s Lola in the well worn tube and Layla down below.
Two happy, energetic, playful kittens taking a momentary break.
Click on their names to listen to the classic songs!
Eleven week old kittens at the shelter- the black one is Jax.
The oranges are Marbles, Boggle, and Yahtzee. All of them are ready to play!
Twelve years ago I saw a mother cat and her kittens passing through our front yard. There were a lot of feral cats in our neighborhood back then.
I called out, “Here kitties, kitties!” The momcat and two kittens disappeared into the woods and were never seen again.
The third kitten came to me. We named him Tommie and we lived happily ever after.
That’s Smith in gray and Jones in black.
When they get a home will they get aliases?
I’m not sure who this is, but after writing about Phoebe and Zoe-Bob, I thought we all needed a kitten.
That’s Phoebe on the left and Bobbi on the right photographed in 2006.
They’re back at the shelter again.
Phoebe is now eleven and Bobbi (renamed Zoe-Bob) is eight.
The good news is that they’re safe, and they will never be separated.
“Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly,
A girl with kaleidoscope eyes.”
Lucy is a friendly and gentle young cat.
The definition of “bijou” reads:
1 : a small dainty usually ornamental piece of delicate workmanship : jewel
2 : something delicate, elegant, or highly prized
“Bijoux” is the plural form, so she’s even more precious.
Eight year old Bugsy is a very cool character. He’ll let you pet him, if he’s in the mood.
He’s an “owner release” cat and his original name fits him purrfectly.
They look like they are saying, “We are very nice kittens. Can we go home with you now?”