Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Chillin' and Squeakin' (and some purring)

First of all, thanks so much for the many kind words yesterday.   I'm happy the little photo collection was so well received!      It was a whole lot of fun taking a trip down memory lane and sharing it all with you!

This morning we've got a little movie.  Be sure to turn up the volume so you can hear all the squeaks and purrs!  Enjoy!




23 comments:

  1. awwww - mom loves those squeaky baby voices!!!

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  2. I wanna pet the little belleh!

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  3. I think that kitty had hiccups!

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  4. OMG. I very nearly passed out from the concentrated squee. That's powerful stuff, right there, it may need a health warning!

    How do you get anything done, Laurie?!?

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  5. Well, that squeakin' is all kinds of pathetic! and darned cute...

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  6. Someone please, pet that poor lonely, deprived kitten. :)

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  7. I wonder. If I poke that adorable little black spot on Cheryl's tummy enough, can I get her to squeak on command? What a cute little squeak button!

    @jennhi: I volunteer! I volunteer!

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  8. I like Opal's little black bonnet. :)

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  9. Sarah: me, too -- though I was thinking of it as a helmet! Either way, I just love it!

    Love Ms. Cheryl's little squeaks too!

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  10. Evert new angle we get to see Charyl from shows how special her markings are! What a feisty little smudgeface!

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  11. Cheryl's purring and mewps are impressively adorable!

    And Miss Opal was adorable as she watched whatever her sister was doing off-screen...not impressed by it - but watching nonetheless!

    Sigh....

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  12. Cheryl, I think you're meow-nator is on the fritz. You should take it into the shop and get it fixed.

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  13. Little Cheryl has quite a purr motor. And that belly just really calls out for smoochies :)

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  14. Cheryl's 'squeaks' sound more like...quacks. Maybe her momcat used to hang around with ducks, and the noise impressed proto-Cheryl in the womb. ;)

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  15. I so needed that today! Belated warm anniversary wishes. Your blog has been a daily fixture in my life for at least 3.5 years...I think I discovered your blog sometime in the midst of the second litter you were fostering. I was immediately smitten, and have been tuning in daily ever since. You've done amazing work for the kitties of Tacoma/Pierce county. I hope Charlene is incredibly proud of her momma. :-)

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  16. Love those little squeaks and purrs (my little Peeps makes similar sounds, hence her name). One of our cats came over to watch with me when she heard the sounds. And you even had a silent mew or two! What perfectly adorable girls.

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  17. Thank you for today's dose of adorable-ness. I just want to snuggle those babies!!

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  18. I almost feel guilty for laughing so hard at the squeaky kitten.... almost. I wonder if she will always be squeaky or will the squeak become a meow as she grows?

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  19. Lita and the boys in MelbourneAugust 17, 2011 at 8:13 PM

    Thanks for a dose of squeaky cuteness - just adorable. Squeaky babies are the best. Yesterdays trip through the years was much appreciated and then I got curious about little Jerry Lee and man, once i found his story did I get teary. A precious, tender, heart breaking little bundle of love. and to see him outside... Blessed be little man.

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  20. Oh my... I die a little everytime I visit IBKC... how can anything be this cute?

    I wouldn't switch my 2 furballs for anything, but... I want KITTEHS!

    Kisses to the Macs and of course to miss Charlene!

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  21. Oh kittens, you grow up too soon....

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  22. Browsing the IBKC and just had to comment on how absolutely miserable, tortured, and fearful these kittens look and sound. XD What a cutie! "Pay attention to me! Come on, pay attention to me! NOW!" *G* And that purr...what a motor! I love kittens.

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