That portrait of the Bean is so beautiful. Doesn't hurt that there is a cutie kitten right beside it!
Oh, I LOVE how he stands on his big bunny feet!
I love Willard's tabby spots and stripes, and I admire his industriousness. Rip that stuff down, Willard!!!
Willard!!!! Miss Laurie will let you know when she needs help with the decorations, OK?As the page loaded, I remember thinking how glorious Miss Bean looked...then I started wondering how she got up there!
oh come on.....besides being pretty decorations, those would be GREAT to play with!
Oh my! Willard's little tippy-toed bow-legs in the 3rd photo sent me into a squee that scared my own cats! His future family has it made.
He seems very focused...and intent. :)
Wow - very cute photos, and they show how getting-to-be-a-big-kitty lanky the Trimbles are getting.
Awww, at least he's trying to be helpful. My two all-grown-up kittens have pretty much ignored the tree this year, only using it's skirt as a quiet, comfy place to rest. After breaking into their stockings filled to the brim with catnip toys, my 'nip-heads proceeded to remove the tree skirt and unwind the ribbon garland from the tree. Their toys were removed to a less-dangerous room of the house.
I really love that picture of the Bean! Williard is such an adorable helper--it really looks like he's very good with his paws.
The Bean is watching.....be careful, Willard! You may get blitz-groomed in response!
And look how big he's getting!!
Mmm, tasty sparkles! :)
Wee Willard is still quite wee!
Such a talented boy!
Oh come on, Laurie, of COURSE you need his help! :p
Such a clever and cute boy! xx
the kitten got beautiful marking...LOVE
This is such a cute blog~ I am trying to get more readers on my cat blog Litter Alley, www.litteralley.blogspot.com. Do you think you could put a word out for me? Thanks, from Regis, Miss Piggy, & Martini