Tuesday, April 15, 2014

A Wee Bit Worried

Charlene, I'm worried.  

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I see there are two tiny girl kitties in the basement, and they're REALLY cute.  Are we being replaced? 

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No Wylla, we're not, they are foster kittens.   They'll be with us until they're a couple months old, and then they'll move on.  

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But wasn't I a foster kitten, Bean?  I stayed. 

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Hmmmmm. Good point, Wylla, but Mom and Dad don't keep them all - only the really special ones.  

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Awwwwwwe Bean, do you really mean that?  

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Shhhhhhh, Wylla.  Quiet down and be still.   There's a squirrel on the sidewalk.

29 comments:

  1. Laurie, you and the girls sure know how to tell a story! The pictures are so sweet!

    Don't worry Wylla, Bean will show you how to be a foster big sis!

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  2. Awww, good big sister Bean! And cuddles to little sister Wylla... :D

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  3. I love love love these little glimpses into their conversations. Such personalities they have!

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    1. me too! i love their conversation. Laurie is such a talented story teller!

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  4. Kitty conversations are the best!

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  5. I needed my Bean and Wylla Stout pix today, aah so darned cute, love that you can tell a story of these two sweet kitteh cats! Happy Passover to you and yours and of course Bean and Wylla Stout and Happy Easter too..Your little baby kitty cats are adorable..god's richest blessings to you for all you do for ittby bitty kitties!

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  6. So good to see these two -- I've missed them!

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  7. I've missed the girls. Thanks for the peek at them. :)

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  8. Come on, come on, come on! We know they've been playing together! Please show us pics! : )

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  9. So cute! Can't wait to see pics of Bean and the babies, and I'm crossing my fingers that Wylla also loves being a foster sister.

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  10. I LOVE the little conversations you "transcribe" for us! So amusing!

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  11. Of course Wylla is special! I'm glad Bean was able to reassure her. :) It's so nice to see them again -- the babies are precious, but sometimes I need my Wylla and Bean fix@

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  12. There is so much wonderfulness in that. So much.

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  13. Sounds like you have the beginnings of your next book..."Wylla and Charlene: a Floofy Story"
    Seriously - wonderful post!

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  14. I am so glad you kept her.

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  15. You are too funny... love watching these two have a convo!!

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  16. The sisterhood between these two is so endearing! Seriously, this is your next book!

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  17. Every time I stop by, it's such a delight. I don't know what I love more...pictures of the adorable wee ones...pictures of not-so-wee Wylla...pictures of the one-and-only Bean. And then you let us eavesdrop on sweet conversations like this. Thank you so much for sharing all of this with us.

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  18. Everything they said, Laurie. They beat me to it. Every visit to the IBKC is restorative, cheering - a blessing. As the Ojibway say - MEGWIITCH!

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  19. I can't wait to see The Bean & Wylla Meet The Fosters Show!

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  20. Oh, Bean and Wylla, just such sweet kitty girls! My Buddy and Tiger are just in LOVE with them. Can't wait to see the meet-up with Hazel and Effie! 2 gorgeous big girls meeting 2 adorable kitten girls.

    Regards,
    Buddy and Tiger's Mom

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  21. Wylla is such a socialite for her young age, having already met so many other cats out and about on her adventures, that I'm sure she'll be cool as a cucumber meeting Effie & Hazel!

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  22. I'm looking forward to hearing about the meeting between your two and the fosters.

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  23. Your posts and pictures are so beautiful, cute and funny they tear me up. xo

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  24. I'm excited for them to meet the wee-ones. And also to hear some kitty chatter about those squirrels.

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