Thursday, May 6, 2010

It's Movie Time!

The Lytteltons on Vimeo.



Enjoy!

PS The song is "Days" by The Kinks.

26 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, that made me cry! They're so sweet!

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  2. How precious! We'll miss you Lytteltons but you're in good hands.

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  3. Just when I think your blog cannot get any better..... Wonderful. Love the floofy Charlene tail sequence! These little kittens are so lucky to land in such a wonderful environment. They end up being so temperamentally sound! Thank you for sharing.

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  4. That is the most adorable thing I've ever seen. Thank you for sharing it!

    Another blog I follow, seaofshoes, is featuring Tokyo's "Cat Cafes" right now. What a great idea: people pay to come and relax and play with a room full of kitties! Of course they have measures in place to protect the cats. Would be great for people who can't have cats of their own because a housemate has allergies. Also it helps cats from being on the streets, I imagine.

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  5. Beautiful video and a perfect song. :)

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  6. That is simply adorable! :)

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  7. Love it! Gonna miss those adorable faces.

    Thank you.

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  8. Yes, of course, I misted up.

    (And I prefer Elvis Costello's version of that song, but of course it's twice as long!)

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  9. So much sweetness!

    Thanks so much for putting these together from all those photos!!!

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  10. Bless you, Laurie, for sharing your life, kitten and otherwise, with use. Your generosity is beyond measure.

    xx, christine H

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  11. Oh thank you for sharing that fantastic video! I absolutely loved it. Laurie you were truly blessed with this latest litter. How you can let each litter go is hard but I believe you said this was the hardest to let go as they were such an amazing bunch of kittens with being so loving, cuddily and trusting of humans. Bless you and all you do for each and every kitten you take care of.

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  12. Laurie! Darn you! That song made me cry. I really am sitting here in front of the computer bawling like a little girl!

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  13. That was gorgeous. Love the last few shots with Fern with her going collar. Sweetness. Completely and utterly sweet.

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  14. Beautiful! And what a purrrfect song to accompany the vid! I too smiled and got a little teary eyed -- I loved this little litter so, esp Ms. Fern.

    Thank you, Laurie, for all you do in taking care of all of these little ones, and for sharing them with us. I know it takes a fair amount of time, not only to care for the kitties, but also to take the pictures, get them uploaded, and then create such marvelous videos from the pix, like you did above. I really appreciate all you do for us IBKC admirers!

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  15. What a welcome antidote to a crummy day - great song, great kitties and just plain great!!!! Thanks, Laurie!!

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  16. Wonderful video, Laurie....and that song! I had never heard it before, but of all days...one year ago my beloved Lacey went to the Rainbow Bridge. So you can imagine the tears. But seeing those beautiful Lyttletons helped me so much to understand life goes on...
    hugs to you and all the IBKC!

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  17. Melinda and HenryMay 6, 2010 at 6:16 PM

    I really love these videos of the kittens! And that song couldn't be more perfect! Thank you Laurie for putting them together for us!

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  18. That was wonderful! :) *sigh* Kittens, you complete me.

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  19. little kittens, big love. Twas ever thus.

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  20. Wow, six kittens is even more overwhelming in motion!

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  21. So great! And a terrific song. I had completely forgotten about that one; must see if I have it in my .mp3s.

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  22. Finally getting a chance to watch, I just LOVE LOVE LOVE the yawns... Song was purfect too!! As always, thanks for what you two (three!!) do.

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  23. Oh, my. You have such a gift for matching pictures/videos and music. I'm going to go dry my eyes now. Or maybe allow myself to cry a little bit longer. Oh, my. So sweet and touching.

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