Monday, July 02, 2007

Why I did not make our bed this morning...

This is why :)


doggy mama said...

Oooooohhh, Chrissy!!!

They are ADORABLE!!!!

Karen MEG said...

How sweet is that!

Dina said...

sooo cute!!! They are growing up so quickly- they're definitely bigger then when we saw them 2 weeks ago!

mist1 said...

You've got to warn me before you bring the cuteness like that. I could die. My Hissy and I didn't meet until he was bigger than that, so I never had a tiny kitten in my bed.

I have been called kitten in my bed. But, that's not quite the same, is it?

Mr. Fabulous said...

Oh wow...I don't blame you!

Cherry said...

Nothing beats the sweetness of a kitten!
Well, perhaps minus their tiny sharp nails....

~M~ said...

How adorable! I've got 3 orange tabbies of my own...and I'm definately partial to them. I just love the little cutties...are you going to keep them?

Chrissy121875 said...

Doggy Mama:
They are sooooo cute :) I've become quite fond of them (and I'm a dog person)! I just love watching them play and stalk each other! LOL! It's also interesting to see how they interact with their mom.

I love kittens :) The only thing is they grow up eventually! LOL!

Chrissy121875 said...

I know! They've practically doubled in size since you saw them two weeks ago! They're now running all over the house, jumping up and down the stairs, and getting into all sorts of trouble! LOL! They're still cute though!

LOL! True :) There's just something so cute about kittens! Especially at this stage. They're now 6 weeks old and they are just the cutest little fluff balls. They're funny too! How old was Hissy when you got him?
Hahahaha! Yeah, being called a kitten in bed is not quite the same ;) Meeeeeeeeeow!

Yes...and I normally make the bed in the morning, but these little guys were just too cute. I didn't want to disrupt them!

Chrissy121875 said...

I know! LOL! Their nails are so tiny right now, but they ever scratch! LOL!

I'm having a hard time even thinking of parting with them. I promised this lady I'd give them to her as soon as they have weaned. This lady has a riding stable and people love seeing kittens on a ranch when they go horseback riding. I am so heartbroken because I just love these kittens! I was also thinking of how their mom's going to react when all of a sudden, her kittens disappear. So sad. I guess in a way, I'm selfish because I really don't want to part with them. I know I have to though. Plus, our other cat is due any day now and by the size of her belly, it looks like she's having a larger litter. I'm trying to convince Hubby that we want to keep one or two of her kittens! LOL! After all the kittens are weaned, we're definitely going to have the cats fixed!

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