Awww these two are just precious!!Snorgles and hugs you two!!
Oh, Edward L looks a little bit guilty. What was he up to just before you snuck up on him with the camera, I wonder? ;D
OMG! My teeth hurt from the sweetness of these two!They are so adorable!
Mr. Edward Loomis Davenport looks a tad like my precious Porter Pot Pie in this photo. They are so pretty and sweet and I can almost feel them in my hands.
Laurie, These kitties seem so big. Or is just that fluffiness? Do you know how old they are? Of course, all of us know that bigger means leaving for forever homes sooner... Sad for us, but great for them.
Oh, the darlings! Extra snorgles to them (and you!) for appearing today. Cecily reminds me of my dear departed Josephine (Miss Joe C. Feeney), aka Jo, Josie, or "Dinnertime!"
Just look how little Miss Cecily is snuggled up to her BIG brother! Something about that little Cecily just makes me want to pick her up and spoil her absolutely silly.And look at Edward! He'd be the over protective big brother.These Davenports!
Ohhh nice photo :-D
It's a two-headed kitty! Adorable as can be!They'll grow up to be very nice looking cats, hopefully together. Thanks, Laurie, for sharing!
i think these are very little kittens, if you compare them to the flowers in the window box, they are quite small.and that house is exquisite, who has window sills that clean when you have kittehs? and where are the claw marks from jumping up? and how come theres no cat-snot on that window?? :)
If I lived anywhere near these guys at all, I would be on my knees begging to adopt both of them! Grey tabbies are a weakness, and I love sibling pairs. Siiiighhh... happy. :)
It's official -- I am in love!!!
Set this one aside for the next cards, Laurie...oh, and the previous ones. And you know, the two--twelve---two hundred before them. I dunno about anyone else, but *I* am ready for a few more sets.........
sweeties x2, love x2
LOL, scooterpants! How does she do it?? I would have to wipe just about every surface every day to avoid evidence of kitteh habitation. :-) Yes, indeed, dale-harriet! It is time to start campaigning for new sets. They are perfect for every occasion. (Seriously, my friends have LOVED the first set, Laurie!)
Edward looks just a tad protective of his little sister.Such a charming pair!Ear & chin skritches for all the Davenports **AND** Miss Butterbean for being such a great auntie.
Itty bitty tabby committee!
Some sultry tabby goodness there, they are gorgeous. They look really camera savvy to me.As for the lack of kitten snot and paw prints everywhere - I'd need an army of staff to maintain that, or may The Butterbean teaches them to clean up after themselves?
Poor kitties look a little nervous still... do they act like that, or did you just catch them in a bad moment? ;-)
That is so sweet!
The loveliest two-headed cat ever!
hee hee - I thought it looked like a 2-headed kitty too!
Such tabby adorableness. When we brought our tiny tabbies home 18 years ago, they were inseparable. Olivia would nurse on TJ's ears, and TJ would have a look very like Edward's, sort of a long-suffering, oh-well look. TJ's been gone 3 years, Olivia 10 months, and I still miss them and their loving ways.
(((Lynda)))We miss our bebes when they move on... snuggle deep into those good memories - wrap them around you tight!
They look like Siamese twins!