Thursday, May 21, 2015

A Larger World for the Little Clovers

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Freedom! The Clovers were released from quarantine and their kitten house, and now they have access to the living room, dining room and kitchen. They've really been excited about their expanded world and have been exploring every single square inch of it with noses to the ground and tails in the air.

They're not out and about all the time - I tuck them away for naps, mealtime and overnight, too. Sometimes they're mingling with the big cats, sometimes it's just the three of them roaming about.

Now that they're free, we've been able to spend a lot more quality time with them. It's been so nice getting a better glimpse at their personalities and getting to know them all a little better.

They are such dear things, these Clovers.



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16 comments:

  1. And so adorably stinking cute!

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  2. Has Charlene met them yet? Has she picked a favorite to groom? And has Trixie's whisker stealer been caught?

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  3. love that first picture - Wylla is all "wait - how did that get out?"

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  4. Kodiak and Kenai's momMay 21, 2015 at 10:49 AM

    I'm worried about Charlene. Is she o.k.? So far all the Clover photos have only been with Wylla.

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    1. As I mentioned in the post, they've mingled with her. no need to worry, I just havent got any decent pics yet.

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  5. So stinkin' cute! Wide-eyed wonder in that top shot.

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  6. Adorable, and I couldn't help but notice that two of the little cuties seem to have their whiskers intact. hmmm...the plot thickens. :-)

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  7. Laurie, I have a photography question. With the Clovers (and other black cats), do you adjust overexposure compensation up so they're a brighter and you don't lose detail in their fur? Or do you just leave it at 0?

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    1. I don't make any adjustments to the camera specifically because they're black, I just avoid shooting them in full-on sun and or against light backgrounds. I have found if you can reduce the contrast in the setting you're shooting them, the results are better. When you're shooting moving targets, it's hard to stop and make adjustments to the camera.

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  8. Oh my kitten-ness! They are so adorable! I like the third picture of all three of them with Wylla :-D

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  9. The Clover-y cuteness continues to make me grin and go all mushy inside. They look a bit overwhelmed with the sudden expansion of their world. So much to explore and sniff and stampede through! It's enough to wear out a kitten's nose and make their legs fall right off from overuse! ;D

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  10. I literally cannot handle the white, fluffy belly chub on Trixie. It's a wonder you get any work done at all with that begging to be kissed every day!

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  11. They are so funny. Just looking at the photos makes me laugh. I an only imagine what it would be with them right there!

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  12. When did Wylla become so GIANT?!?

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