I don’t know about any one else, but I never go to the bathroom alone!
I’m surprised Splotchy hasn’t invited herself yet. Of course, she’s alittle scared of these crazy cats!
It reminds me of toddlers who always follow mom everywhere.
I don’t care. I love having them with me, even in inappropriate places!
If they let me out,
I hope to see ya soon!
I spent last night away from home .
No wild and crazy parties for me. Stayed the night with my baby sister who had major surgery on Monday morning. Surgery at 5:45 in the morning to be exact. Who in the world schedules surgery at that crazy hour of the morning?
But thank God, it went better than expected. Instead of going to ICU she went straight to a regular room.
Times like this make you cherish your loved ones. So before I head back to the hospital for moral support, I thought I’d share some of her favorite pictures.
Hope to see you soon!
This is the time of year when we are all still filled with love. Christmas brings out the best in everyone.
I just wanted to share the story of friends working together!
Splotchy has decided to help G.S. find the catnip!
The stuffing seems to be getting in the way.
Who says Pits are scary? These guys have always seemed to get along better than anybody I know.
Once all the stuffing was out all over the floor, G.S. and Bendetta just rolled around on it. Never saw such happy cats!
It was pretty exciting for Bendetta. You can see his usual playroom is the inside of the water bottle package.
Ah, the joy of friendship!
Hope to see ya soon.
Today was the first day of school for the kids. Seems like that Christmas vacation was so long. It’s always a mixed back of emotions when they go back.
Part of me wants to jump for joy! Another part misses having them around. Since I work second shift, I only seem to see them when they have days off.
Now someone was quite thrilled to take the kids back to school! Splotchy was wide-eyed and ready to take her spot in the car. She was busy watching everything!
Now that the holidays are over, The cats will be unhappy that they lost their favorite climbing tree.
There’s an old tradition called ” Find the Pickle” where we would search for the pickle ornament. We played “Find Bendetta.”
Squirrel just never knows what to make of her adopted boys!
Hope to see you real soon!
We want to wish everyone a happy new year while we recover from ours!
Nows the time to decide on all those fun resolutions!
I’m sure mine from 2013 is laying around here somewhere!
Hope to see ya soon!
(and on a much more regular basis)