those are most adorable pictures.MS butterbean does not seem too concerned with the fly...My 'Steve' would just dive directly into the shades, tearing them and ripping them down with his 22 lb. body. the fly wouldnt know what hit him.oh, for this reason there are NO blinds or pretty shades in my house...
OMG! In that last shot, I'm not sure which kitten is the closest to Charlene - but the expression is definitely a "why aren't you stepping in here?" It is soooo cute!
Ms Butterbean is just SOOOoooooo not interested in teaching fly-catching today....but she thinks she sees a kitten who jut might need bathing.........hmmmm, its all in the timing!
OMC!!! Meowm squealed when she saw the little Edward on his hind legs.
A good parent knows when to let the younglings learn things on their own...Charlene will just wait until they're done and then bathe the lot! (Oh, and it's clear that she IS a sterling parent!)
Charlene *is* the best, isn't she? Keeping her distance, letting the itty bitties learn by doing. And I have no doubt she'll be bathing her some kitties in no time. She has her priorities in order.
Oh my, itty bitty's in the semi-meercat position. I love the sitting upright on the hind legs!Yes indeed, scooterpants, a fly in the house means destruction at my place, too. Being indoor kittehs, if it moves, it's toast!
The Butterbean knows that the best way to learn is through experience.
Ooo....I wish you could ship these kittens to India! They are the cutest!
Aha, so Charlene Butterbean is where Miss Maddie learned that from.