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Completely Unrelated: Kittens!

August 30, 2009

Unless you want to talk about how to make your bathroom dirty in 5 seconds or less, this post is completely and utterly unrelated to anything design- or DIY-related.  So consider yourself warned: if you don’t want to read about, and see the super-adorable kittens I’m fostering right now, then stop now.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, Sophie and Peaches.  The two little fluff-balls that have kept me quite distracted for the last three weeks.

Let’s start with a few shots of the day I brought them home. (Borrowed them from Crysty, my best friend who is an animal control officer.) I had forgotten how dangerous “borrowing” kittens could be.  It’s taking every fibre of my being to not adopt them!

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Check out the belly on this girl!

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Sophie is all cuddly on my bed:

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And here’s little Peaches:

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I’m visiting my parents this weekend.  It’s been a busy day for the kittens, between lots of playing, cuddling, petting, and photo shoots.  Here they are with my mom:

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And then we set them in the flowers for a few quick shots.  Peaches was quite the doll for the camera:

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Sophie was a bit tougher to photograph.  She kept walking away from the camera!

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Then Pop came back for another snuggle:

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And as if that wasn’t cute enough, they all settled in for nap time:

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Sigh.  I just love kittens.  Too bad my house is full with 2 adult cats already!

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Jackie permalink
    August 31, 2009 9:49 AM

    Aww – such cuteness indeed!

    Thank you for sharing such wonderful photos.

    I hope Peaches & Sophie, together, find a loving home like yours & mine, to grow up in.

    Bless you for caring for them.

  2. Dot permalink
    August 31, 2009 3:41 PM

    Soooo cute, Jane!! Hope they find good homes. We’d take them in, but the inn is full… :)


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