Crumb: ARE YA SLEEPIN SIS?
Haley: GO AWAY.
So many people already know this but we have a new family member:
This is Crumb. Crumb is a former feral kitten that lived over at Our Sharon’s neighbors house. We trapped him in a humane trap and after a month of quarantine (he was only 5 weeks old when we trapped him), he came to live with us in July (goodness! feels like that was 10 years ago). He is an orange tiger stripe tabby and is almost 5 months old now!
He and Haley get along as well as you can expect a 5 month old kitten and a 15 year old cat to get along Things will get better once Crumb gets fixed next month and as he gets older. He is huge compared to what he was when he first came into our lives.
The joys of having a kitten in the house – this morning he took a swim in one of the toilets (clean of course). Oops. Surprise! Hopefully he’s learned not to trust himself on the toilet seat
I just got my new camera today! I ordered a Canon EOS Rebel XT, 8MP. I purchased the lens separately, on the advice of my brother, and ended up with a 28-105 mm lens. And all I can say is that I am in love! There is a lot to learn with this camera and I fully intend to take a class at the community college in NJ once I get up there to make the most of this investment. So far I've only done some silly little photos of the kitties, but this one is my favorite so far:
That's our miss priss, Sophie.
LOVE IT. c
Okay, I'm going to, I guess, make a monthly post, when I can, about my cats. This month, there is a guest star, Purl from Sophie's Yarns.
Here is my fat cat in all of her glory. She looks a little possessed in that last shot.
She tends to drape herself over the back of chairs a lot. We were playing with a toy with Haley and she decided that she also needed attention. She usually always looks pissed off too.
And Finally, Purl's turn!
I was standing by a display table (I think it was a dresser?) and the cat decided that she needed to be on my shoulders, so we walked around the store for a little bit while castingon, New Age Amazon, and my mother spoke with the owner (Jen?). It was the strangest but best thing ever!