All i gotta say is awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww *Breath* wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww *breath* wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww *breath* wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww *breath* wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!
I agree with Martin!I want a case of Bartletts, please!
What Martin said! :o)It would be great to see more of Imogene's unusual markings. I've never seen an orange tabby with such random smudges...
They're a leggy bunch, like Rockettes.
It does give one paws.
They're growing up so nicely. Not so pear-shaped now too.
And, thanks to the Bean's tweets, we know all of these precious babies have found new homes, guaranteeing lives filled with love.
OMG that is the most stinkin cute pic I have seen since the last one of the foursome!!!!! As my gramp would have said that crew aughta be in pictures or at least a calendar hee-hee). :)
So different from the worried little refugees you first introduced us to. The really are growing up splendidly.
They are soooooo cute! And YAY for sweet Georgie and darling Clarence! *happy dance*
I am so happy that G and C have found a home... although I wish it had been with me. :)
I have to agree with Dooble Bean up there.... Please show us more of Imogene's markings. And all this time I thought she was just a plain orange tabby. I love unexpected marking on an animal.
Love this shot!Look at them all grown up!
How you get four kittens to stay still long enough to snap their picture is beyond my comprehension...but they're so cute!
I'll say it again.. HOW you get kitties to line up like you do, and sit still to boot? I have never been able to get my cats to cooperate like this, and they're lazy adults.
Great news that all have homes now! I know they and their families will be very happy. it always amazes me to see scaredy kittens grow into confident, happy youngsters! Another litter who benefit so from the IBKC Finishing School!And yes, please, may we see a bit more of Imogene's beautiful markings?
Beauteous. Amazing how many wonderful little beings get found "in the trash," isn't it?
4 little Bartletts sittin' near the tree,S-T-A-R-I-N-G.1 gray, 1 black, and 2 more orange,Now they're lovedAnd never have to scavenge.
If Georgie ever grows into those ears and feet, Lord help us all!
Awwww is right!! Great photo with the christmas tree in the background! So glad they all found homes.