Sigh. Hubie and Rhoda. My two absolute favorite kittens ever. Those shots of Rhoda by the curtains and Hubie with the phone in his little mouf just kill!
Rinng, rinng. Can I please speak to Hubie?
Sigh times infinity.These Darlings helped me get through some rough days last summer. And dear Hubie and his girlfriends calling....GAW I am so glad you are compiling these Laurie!
Thank you for using an Alex Chilton song. I saw him with Big Star in 1986 in San Jose. Huuuubie doobie dooo, we still love yoooou...
Aw, the Darlings - still my favorite IBKC litter so far!Why haven't we heard any news from Selma and Francine yet?
Gosh, I loved all the Darlings, but like Anonymous above, I adored Rhoda and Hubie. Thanks, Laurie, for the pictures of my favorite litter (so far)!
Oh sigh!!! Little Rhoda!!! Best litter ever! :-)
One of my favorite litters. I still miss floofy girls Selma and Francine. And no IBKC movie would be complete without a cameo from the Bean.
Oh the darling Darlings! These were the first Itty Bitties that I saw on your blog - they won me over immediately. I'm giggling and a bit teary at the same time looking at those sweet little faces (can you tell that I'm a mush heart AND a push over for the kitties?).LOVE the photo/videos, Laurie - really wonderful to watch! xoxo
Laurie, you're going to do us in with these videos! This one was just... errrr... darling!
ah, that Francine...what a little stinker...wonder what she's up to now!
So much fun to watch a video full of kitties especially to start the week right!!! That is totally adorable and I love the song with it. Those little phones are so cute with the kitties! Love, Debbie
Francine stole my East Coast heart. Any updates on what this litter is up to? Really want to see their adult faces...Thanks for sharing with us! Made a rainy Monday better.
FRANCINNNNNNEEEEE!!!That is all.
Nadine,, not all families provide updates. When they adopt, I always let them know that we love to see pics and updates, but never expect them too. If they do, that's awesome. If not, no biggie,, I know that they were adopted by a loving family, and that's what matters the most.
Rhoda asleep in the track ball toy. Too much! Charlene had her paws full with that group! Thanks for the trip down memory lane.
Laurie, are the Darlings available for this year's fundraiser? They did such a good job last year!
Such a gorgeous bunch of babies! And a beautiful song too - was perfect for the video!
oh thanks so much for putting this..I really LOVED the Darlings.. they were Awsome,especially with the fundraising..So nice to see my little Selma and Francine again..they were my favs..And Oh Mister Hubie and all his girlfriends.."allo allo?!?!Can I speak to Hubie??"So sweet, they all were...Thanks Laurie for the great video..
The King of the Mountain game with the overturned basket ... and then those fundraising pictures! I am keeled over, these kittens are so cute!Yes, sigh, I would love to see them all as they grow up, but knowing they are in great homes puts my mind at ease - in my heart, they will always be kittens.
* G A S P *I didn't know Alex had passed! Wow, Big Star looms very large in my musical pantheon. He'll definitely be missed.
Dearest Dearest Laurie - You are truly, truly the Mother Teresa of my heart. You heal with your amazing pictures. The Darlings were an exceptional bunch, for sure. Thank you so much for all you do. Christine h