the spooner's are just gorgeous. the shape of their eyes, the tufts in their ears, the smudges on their heads...all just perfect. their forever family will be so lucky to have these beauties!hugs,puglette:o)
So pretty! These Spooner kids remind me so much of my late, great Omar. He was a Turkish Van/Angora, and his fur was sooooo soft you could barely feel it. He was BIG, snuggly (18+ pounds sleeping wrapped around my head), had the most amazing blue eyes, and was possibly the dumbest cat I've ever met. I miss him. He came to me out of the foster program with Tacoma/Pierce County Humane Society (1993). Maybe that's why I feel such a connection with the IBKC. Thanks Laurie, Craig & Bean! :-)Tina & The Kittyboyz
She looks as if she didn't wash her Ash Wednesday ashes off. I love her and her little smudgy head.
She's fabulous, and she knows it !
First picture caused sharp intake of breath!
These are some adorable kittens. I love the pics, Laurie!
so heartfelt.......I love her
Wow, that green background really sets off Miss Vivienne's eyes! Once again, I'm stunned at Laurie's pheline photography skills!
I definitely agree that she is sweet and I haven't even met her! They both are precious!
What an elegant young lady!
Are the sweet little Spooners gaining weight and getting strong like they needed? They certainly look like healthy happy (and possibly spoiled?) kitties!
Ooh Ooh Ooh I've met her, and I agree whole-heartedly ~ she's the sweetest ever!
What long, elegant whiskers she has!
She looks so dainty and elegant!!!
The Spooners really do have Turkish Angora written all over them! Right down to the trademark big bunny ears.
She's quite the beauty! And you can tell she's sweet- sometimes you can just tell that by looking at them. Something about the softness of the eyes.
Every new picture convinces me that I need these little kitties. They define the term Glamor Puss.
I love the ear tufts. What a beauty you are Miss Vivenne!
I keep coming back for another look at this gorgeous girl... funny how just the sight of such a sweet thing is a balm for whatever ails...!!
O My!Her ear-hawks follow the same stellar arc of her whiskers!@Tina & Kittyboyz - I have a cat I swear has some angora in her! And your description of the brainpower fits Marbles as well!