Watcha doing up there, little baby
That's when those sharp kitten claws come in handy!
Such a darling, just hangin' out there up on the railing.
Mr. Milton Ashby has found at least one of his callings - and he appears to be very good at it!
Yay! It's Milton Monday again!What a perfect way to improve a Monday. He is just too cute and his cute little toes and tummy made my day so much better!
He's such a beautiful getting-big Boy! ~DANGER~ to the wood-finish there Milton!
Oh Milton, you lovely little adventurer...you're such a brave little boy :) Love your tabby stripes and gorgeous markings!
I'm with Hyacinth; my first thought was "Brave boy!!!!"I think Milton's 1st pic beats out that 80's poster of the kitten hanging off the tree limb, paws down!
In all but one picture he looks like any baby trying to climb out of his crib.
Wow, what a great climber he is! I am impressed that he climed up to where he is - I am used to seeing kittens climb curtains, sofa back, legs, you know things that are easy to dig in to - but that looks like it would be a tough one. I guess that shows his determination!
Hurray Milton! Just be careful on the way down, pretty kitty boy!Were you trying to escape Ms. Butterbean's Monda morning bath?
Hang in there Mr.Milton. You'll be going to your new home soon.
He appears to have some large front feet! I noticed they looked wide in the window sill pictures too! He's so pretty. I know boys aren't supposed to be pretty -- but he is.
Looooove those belly spots. Admiring your climbing skills, Milton!
For some reason his belly reminds me of an alligator belly with those markings!
hehehe....what a cutie! Yup, now my Monday's a bit brighter!
Ah yes, scratch marks in the woodwork, snags in the curtains, fuzzed-up bits in the carpets...All those lovely reminders of kittenhood! And lovely photos, too, Laurie!
Naughty little climber...
It's definitely the bellyspots that charm, Milton, so keep letting us see 'em!
Ah, this litter went way too fast. One of those good/bad things, I guess.Also, I'd give my left arm for toes like that. Could make short work of some of the 5.11 stuff that's out there.
Sir Milton Hillary scales the heights of ... a dining room chair! What a sweet, daring adventurer our boy is.