Wednesday, May 28, 2008

That Twyla... She's One Smart Kitty

book smart twyla pickett

22 comments:

  1. Ooooooo How cute is that???

    Sweet calico Twyla - Have you read all of those books?

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  2. she's still working her way through thomas pynchon. it has lots of big words so she has to take it slow and sound things out.

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  3. I bet she has a very sweet voice to read with!

    But my girls are getting anxious for their kibble - Good night Twyla & the rest of your household!

    Thanks so much for this awesome site Laurie - your heart must overflow daily!

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  4. Awwww

    Twyla you cute little gorl you...! :)

    *Hugs and Snorgles*

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  5. She is beyond adorable! OMG! What a sweet little face! Her expression is the epitomy of intellectual curiosity! What an IBK! Read on, Ms Twyla!

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  6. This picture of the exquisite Twyla atop a stack of books that's much higher than she is tall is pure art. Thomas Pynchon's, Against The Day, is on the the top of the Stack. Twyla sits there with the ultimate pouty Pickett face as if to say,"Why would anyone want to be against the day when she can be on top of the stack?

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  7. Me too... I Love books..may I join you on the stack Little Cute Huggable Twyla? - Jeanne

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  8. Twyla should live in a library, or a mansion with a library. Curl up with a good book and a good kitten.

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  9. Laurie, Are the Picketts staying with you now? I'm so curious as to how you and Kim decided to handle fostering them with dear, sweet Beulah still in the picture?

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  10. I bet she has already read those and said, is that all you have?!

    Is it wrong for me to want pick her up and snorgle her all day?

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  11. anon,,mama stays over at kim's, we each have part time kitten custody. the are weaned now, so we can do this.

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  12. I want part time kitten custody! Please send all of them, and their toes, and Beulah Mae to me today, collect.

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  13. This is an exquisite picture!

    Again, it strikes me how small the kittens really are still - I bet getting on top of that mountain took a bit of climbing for little Twyla. But the views probably are worth it. :)

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  14. Clearly her "good side"! Straight on is the best way to enjoy that face (I'm always so delighted by those beautiful divided faces!) Imagine reading Pynchon at her age - give that baby "Lord of the Rings!"

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  15. I absolutely ADORE this picture! I've just fainted...need a bunch of kitty hugs to revive!

    Twyla Hugs,

    Robin

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  16. So, I'll just come over to collect Twyla.... We have a lot of books and a couple of divided-faced kitties here, so she'll be right at home.

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  17. If you've ever had to introduce a second cat into the home, you'll find this pretty funny:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=lEBIb15p3fw

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  18. Just goes to show ya - Reading is "fun"-damental. (*Groan*) Ta da dum zing!

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  19. Oh, our Twyla, the perfect example of beauty and brains.

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  20. LOL, anon! I loved the "freaky eyes" at the edge of the bed in that video. I've seen that look many, many times in my house.

    And Twlya, just mega awwwwww... must send to my friend the librarian. Too, too cute!

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  21. No kidding! Most humans I know couldn't get through the new Pynchon.

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  22. Awww. I just got around to reading all the comments on this post, and I'm meeeelting! I'm a serious bookworm myself, and I love tricolor kitties; it'd be a match made in heaven if I weren't several states away. I can just see little Twyla curled up on top of a stack of Braille books, reading the dots with her paws. Extra toes aren't just for getting in to trouble anymore! :)

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