That photo of Bunny is adorable. I hope she is settled into her new home! I can't remember which brother is with her? They remind me of one of my cats (now deceased) who loved sleeping in my desk drawer.
What about a Bunny photo shoot? The boys all got profiled, but Bunny is soooo cute!
Aw, they look so adorable - I hope they are all having tons of fun in their new homes.
Quickly, Laurie! Go look in the drawer and see if one of them is still there! Then we could have more time with the Ashbys.
A bit more Bunny...please? She is such a pretty little lady! Surely you have a few more pictures of her, Laurie! I hope all the Ashbys are enjoying their new homes - I know their new families have all fallen in love!
I love this sequence! Check under the shirts and sweaters, maybe a previously unknown black-furred Ashby will be discovered!!!Thanks for making my afternoon!
Norman! I so love Norman. That is the cutest picture of him! (kisses little moosey face)
1. It's too wonderful, all the sweetness you get from the exquisitely-precious itty bitty kitties....2. It's a downright blessing - that you share all that sweetness with us. Short of having itty Bitties of our own, your pictures certainly enhance the lives of a lot of us. I can only speak for myself but I can hear the rustling of my fellow commentors lining up behind me.... :o)
Oh so loverly!! You have to love the ingenuity within felines to find that oh so perfect napping spot!Did we ever find out which was Clovis and which was Rupert last week? I must have missed it.
Hi Ashby's! Miss you!
Unbearable Cuteness of Being!
Thanks to those who asked for more info on sweet Vincent ~ his story goes like this ...Gentle 10-year-old Vincent (brown tabby) and his handsome brother Boris (siamese mix) came into the shelter when their owner felt he could no longer care for them. We had hoped to keep them together but the chances of someone wanting two older kitties aren't so great, so we opted to part them.After a few days at the shelter, both brothers were bathed and groomed by our wonderful volunteers Margo & Lois. Prior to that, Vincent was terribly scared and so shy, plastering himself to the cage window, hoping his bad dream would end. Somehow, that bath gave him the confidence he needed to really come out of his shell and tell the world that he deserved a proper home! He spent all day in that pose, clinging to the bars of his cage door, pleading for a timely release. I couldn't resist the photo op.It took a few weeks but his new forever family came in over the weekend and scooped him up! The rest is history.
i wish our patches would just nap in the drawers. if you leave one open here, she will jump in and promptly chew a hole in the first things she finds.
Awwwwwww...your pictures make it so easy to imagine!
Good thing they're two states away. My human is entranced by them. She'd probably take the one in the bottom photo.
Haha cats can be real comics...
So, so cute! Love the pic of Norman
Norman! The big fluffy boy. Nice to see you again. And kittens will find a way to get into drawers and closest and other spaces...
THAT is one disapproving Bunny face! "how dare you wake me from my beauti-nap!"Norman is so gorgeous (the top photo is Norman right?) I cant wait to see his grown up kitteh pictures, he is going to be SO beautiful!
Yes, sharing this with us, lightens our days, and we all need some good in our home with some itty bitty kitties! Wish I lived closer......
I have to tell you - I LOVE this blog! It´s absoutely purfect for a cat lover like me! Greets and purrs from Norway!
i am a dog person but the pictures of these adorable darlings is making me switch camps! Please keep on posting such beautiful pictures of your cats.