Saturday, October 17, 2009

Basket Wrasslin' with The Drapers



Gordon, Perry, Millie and Luella Draper. Yep, the tortie is named Louella.

30 comments:

  1. OMG! With video. Squeeee!

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  2. A basketful of wrasslin' kitties is more fun than a barrel of monkeys. :)

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  3. What tiny little angels. I love the silence contrasting with the unstoppable kitten action! And are those Bobblechix I spy in the basket? My Panda loves them, especially the feather-tailed ones.

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  4. i watched in four times in a row - i like the quick escape action to the right, our right, of the basket right at the start. Sweet little babies!

    Thanks Laurie!
    Christine

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  5. oh they are CUTE, CUTE, CUTE. Squeee.

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  6. I love that you can see their sweet downy kitten fur!

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  7. Cute cute cute CUTE! Oh gosh, great way to celebrate a Saturday. Thank you!

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  8. I love the basket 'o kitties! Happy Caturday, indeed. :)

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  9. An awesome Caturday treat!

    I am in awe how itty bitty they are compared to the 'hand from above'.

    want

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  10. I fully support regular video coverage of the kittens. It is like medicine and after all, it is flu season. :) xoxo

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  11. that is the cutest video I have ever seen. I will never get tired of watching videos of cute kittens

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  12. I just had to put my dog down and I can't look at puppies, so these adorable kittens are just fitting the bill. Awww!

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  13. I love the deus ex machina quality of the video, the kittens keep getting dropped in the basket, again and again!

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  14. Super cute!!!! I love how the kittens were getting put back into the basket ever so gently... and how quick they jump out, faster than fleas! Louella is a beautiful name :)

    ~Merino

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  15. That video turned out to be cute overdose for my online presence - I had sent a fan comment but got disconnected. It may fall out of the innertubes later, so I won't repeat it. But do let me ask the key question - does Louella prefer Lou or Ella for a nickname?
    I love that little torti!

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  16. Chloe, so sad for you! :(
    OMG! Louella! I have a very nutty neighbor named Luella. She's 95, has wrecked her BMW at least five times (no one was hurt and they FINALLY took her license away). She makes little fires in her driveway to burn important papers("they can piece together the shredded things"), we call the fire department and she meets them with her check book. She has a boyfriend too!
    She's a feisty one, that Luella/Louella!

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  17. *hugs* Chloe!
    I've been on vacation and coming home to this basketful of Drapers - OMG! I am in love (again!)

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  18. Oh, for the boundless energy of a kitten!

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  19. EEE! Videos! Videos are great.

    Millicent is my absolute favourite. She reminds me of Rhoda Darling. Little bitty ginger tabbies! Aaaww.

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  20. Hugs and condolences, Chloe. Glad you're finding some solace here.

    The video reminds me of a clown car routine. Only cuter.

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  21. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. I knew they were itty bitty, but now that I can see them with a human hand in the mix, I can tell just how very tiny they are!

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  22. My, that was a mighty neat jump there, Miss Louella.

    And I see her brother there (and I really must work on my Draper-recognizing technique - this will mean a lot of intensive study!) trying to emulate her and just not quite managing. Fear not, sweet little ginger boy, you'll get there.

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  23. Hi you are so cute and i love your colors

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  24. wow! hilarious! I love the little orange and white kitten in the top right, at the beginning, just rocketing out of the frame! he must of kicked really hard!

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  25. I love the slow-motion flying kitten action as they are placed back in the basket. They are precious! And seeing your hands on them is a great way to see how itty bitty they really are. :-)

    Thanks for sharing, as always.

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  26. These are definitely IBKs! Fierce, 'though, with the pouncing and kicking. :)

    Love the names, the stills and the video. Thanks.

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