Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Hester Sue LaBath


Name: Hester Sue LaBath
Nickname: Hester Soup
Describe yourself in 20 words or less: I'm a perfect combination of love bug and spunky kitten. I will entertain you with my antics, then nap on your neck.
What are your hobbies? Exploring. If there's a closed door, I would like to know what's on the other side. No, I NEED to know what's on the other side.
Favorite toy: I have a sparkly stringy ball that I LOVE to chase around. Oops, I chased it under the door. You'll have to let me in there so I can get it. Thank you.
Dislikes: I don't like being alone. None of us do.
Dream-home: What? We're moving? Where ever it is I'm going, I must insist I bring a sister.
An interesting fact about me: I have the teeny-tiniest dots on my belly and chest. They're in two little patches, some are gray, some are brown, all are perfect. I'm getting more and more brown in my coat all the time. I think I'm turning tabby.
Minor Imperfection: My exploring has been known to take me to dangerous places.
Why should you adopt me? Because your last cat wasn't cuddly enough. I'll be your snugly kitten scarf.


  1. It's darling Hester Sue with her diamond nose and the blur of Enid as her shadow in this dear dear picture.
    I am SO THANKFUL for the IBKC.... and for all the groupies who love to come here! Happy TG everyone!

  2. OMG I want Hester and Enid! And my mom's in the Seattle area this week, too. But my current cat would never speak to me again, so it's not in the stars.

    Make sure whoever gets them gives them extra hugs from me, OK?

  3. Hester the scarf with the speckled tabby tum? Oh dear, I am about to faint.


    Good cat people everywhere YOU NEED a pair of Labaths!

    Yes you do!

  4. This is so nerve-wracking - why aren't there queues of people demanding to be the new family for these delightful little kittens?

  5. Such a sweet face. Like everyone else here, i'm shocked that the Labaths haven't been snapped up yet. Such darling sweet girls!

  6. I loved Hester Sue from the first moment I saw her. BUT... I live thousands of miles away and, anyway, Tilly (fluffy, black and white, rescued at 18 months with 2 babies in tow, and twelve years old) says NO!!!!!!!! She has shattered nerves enough with 9 month Solomon. He is also a rescue kitten and is tabby with white bits, and he has tabby spots on his white tummy that make a waistcoat round his middle. So I am expert on tabby spots and can honestly say that they are utterly adorable. Photos of Hester's please, if such a little lady doesn't mind being exposed so on the www. Anyway, someone adopt these little darlings before I get a plane ticket and have all four!!!!

  7. O.M.G. Words fail me! *faint*



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