Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Pink & Blue

2 girls & a boy was my guess. I had a friend check this week that has a lot of experience in this field. I just go "Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu....I think?????? I'm useless here. Well, I was right. The lightest grey is a girl, middle grey is a boy & darkest is a girl.

Gosh,  they are getting cute. I can tell Annie is getting a bit tired of them nursing all the time. She leaves the 'nest' more now and they are very quiet so I know they are well fed. They just want to play with her most of the time.

Outside our spare-room window is a beautiful maple tree. It is home to many birds and squirrels. I also have the tree outside the office window and it has given me a lot of entertainment. Annie loves the tree so today I added a  window seat for her to spend all the time she wants bird-watching. She loves it.

And she loves Bree.

The tiniest little girl has been given a tiny name.

Off to cat-sit my chums, Buddy & Chase. 

hugs, Deb 


  1. Oh my goodness Deb, they really are cute. Annie reminds me so much of our Emma - she looks so sweet natured and wise. We received a special delivery on our outdoor window sill a few days ago - three 8 week old kittens!! No longer any beating around the bushes, now they just drop them right in front of me! :)

  2. So sweet! They are a lucky family to stay with you.
    You have the best job!

  3. Nothing cuter than baby kittens.

  4. The kittens are just so sweet! They melt my heart!

  5. Hello, Deb! This is my first visit to your sweet blog. I love that you foster cats - it is a beautiful thing that you are doing. We need tons more people with a heart like yours in this world. I am so thankful for you, m'dear! Please keep doing what you are doing...I look forward to visiting again.

    Linda at Beautiful Ideas

  6. What darling little furry faces! Cheery as flowers!

  7. How lovely for Annie! Just like human mums, she needs a bit of a change so she can continue to carry on. How she'll love watching something else than kitties from her aerie. And boy are those kitties cute! It must be such a fight not to cuddle them and let Annie do her job. And Annie, I could cuddle her for hours! That sweet face, goodness! When will you be able to begin the kitties human socialization?
    Glad to hear Allie arrived safely. Is it her first equator crossing? I remember before 9/11 some pilots would welcome new crossers to the court of King Neptune and all of us old crossers would give a cheer. Give her our love.