Cleanliness is very important and that includes the ears (or so I was always told). Nicely done Bean and what a smart Wee Willard to just relax and enjoy.
Mmmmm. Tastes like kitten. Or maybe kitten crunchies? You are what you eat, after all. Does he taste good, Charlene?
Is Charlene beyond fabulous, or what!
Well, I'm sure she knows best.
Anne - beyond fabulous and then some. wee Willie would be wise to thank her.
It's the Butterbean Spa Treatment. Very exclusive.
His eye-mask stripes are so sharp and clear!
Oh that is soooo sweet. Clearly Charlene is mothering him. xx
Charlene is a PEACH!
Love it!Willard looks like he's enjoying the attention too
Oh my goodness, will you look at those belly spots in the first photo! I bet those were tasty.
That is so sweet, she's a special cat the way she takes to all the kittens.
I bet Monroe was jealous!
He's obviously a smart kitten who knows a good thing when he feels one.
Charlene never ceases to amaze me. She truly is a shining example of love and service, just like her mom and dad. xoP.S. Love the ear floof poking up in pics 2 + 3.
Charlene certainly knows how to take care of kittens properly, doesn't she? And clearly the kittens understand her role. She's such a remarkable kitty!
Baby's Butterbean bath, beautiful!
Wee Willard is getting whisked away to kitty bliss by the Butterbean Bath!She is amazing with every litter!
aw...what a cute story....the cat is such a loving and caring role on your team. what a great help...
she really is the best feline foster mom ever. it's too cute the way he's just lying there being mommy-ed... <3
That just made me giggle!The Bean is amazing and Wee Willard is a smart boy for just going with the flow.Poor Monroe - hope he was napping and ddin't see these goings on!
Charlene is such a wonderful "mom," and it's obvious that the kittens realize that. They are so lucky!
hahaha, that made my day! :)
You know, Bean may be doing more for the kittens with things like this than we realize. There's been some research done with rodents showing that pups who get more 'mothering' - including getting groomed - actually experience brain changes that make them less anxious and friendlier when they grow up. Wouldn't surprise me at all if something similar happened with felines too.
Wonderful story of mother and her kid. She truly is a shining example of love. Thanks for sharing!
Charlene, do you bathe your humans too? (And how do you pin *them*?) ;)