Heehee. Good job, Marigold!
Oh, I love her! Sweet little orange girl.
Marigold aka Russell Framboise - large mitts and tiny tongues, great idea!
Blepping is contagious!
Too cute! I'm already in love with Marigold, and I only just met her.
Good job! What a little smarty!
Love the idea, Marigold! I say go with it.
I had an "aha!" moment this morning when I saw some marigolds at the store for Dia de los Muertos.Well named, Laurie, as always! 'Tis the season!
Yep, you got it! Well done! And thanks!
Love it! <3
Love the name and the kitty!
Great costume, Marigold! I'll have a big bag of cat treats ready in case you come trick or treating in my neighborhood.
Love those stubby little legs and mittens.
I love kittens at this stubbular phase... And the thumbs! I *heart* me a polydactil so hard. I work as a cat sitter and one of 'my' cats, Basil (what a great name! pronounced like Basil of Fawtly Towers, not like the herb) has, fasten your seat belts, 2 1/4 extra toes on his front paws. They're like hippo feet! (designed to not sink in the mud.) It's a sight to behold, and I loff him. We sometimes take a nap together, spooning.
Wow, we have a cat named after Basil Fawlty as well! He earned that name because he was such a little goofball.
PS. I really thought you were going show how you put some kind of costume on one of your cats. Wylla, I'm sure, would totes tolerate it, considering that she gladly gladly wears sweatuhs. (The kittens might too—gotta start them early! Case in point Enzo, adorably, in Wylla's owl sweatuh.)
You r so cute can I have u