Saturday, May 02, 2015

We Are Not Keeping This Kitten


She was forced on the neighbors, who don't want her.


We are only helping out until new arrangements can be made.


Do you hear me, girls?

26 comments:

Polly said...

Oh my. I volunteer to be the New Arrangement. That face!!!!

Lisa said...

Oh, my word! So sweet!

Lisateresa

ALoadofOldTat said...

Ahhhhhh....... Good luck with your resolve!

CTVKath said...

:-)
Katherine in Atlanta

kath said...

Aww! How do you say no to that sweet little face? I don't think I could (which is why/how we've acquired most of our pets!) Be strong, Mom!

ECowell said...

I think the question to answer is will it be keeping you? With that face the kitten could probably choose whomever it wants now that she has been on the blog.

seashoreknits said...

Melting hearts all over the place......

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, what preciousness. That face just melts my heart

Georgie Gerl said...
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Georgie Gerl said...

Good luck Anna! She looks so sweet...

Sandy said...

Yeah, right. Welcome to your new home sweet kitty.

Mona said...

One can never have too many kitties!

Florence said...

Right.

Melissa said...

ha ha. Good luck with that! :-D

Margo said...

haha, good luck with that! Babies know how to charm. . .

jenny_o said...

Babies are too cute for our own good :)

Farrah said...

She's beautiful!!

walkingthecat said...

What does Fitzwilliam say? And how is he? All recovered?

Anna said...

FW is very well, but he is horrified at the current situation, though this kitten is shut up in the bathroom unless we're playing with her. He's so upset that he bit me twice yesterday.

Wendi said...

The first time I've ever had trouble believing what you say to be true:)
Wish we could have her. We waited years for a kitty. We adopted one from a shelter in Feb., but she has been perpetually unwell. I'm afraid of what her lifespan will be, and how it will break our hearts if she doesn't live long.

walkingthecat said...

@Anna: Glad to hear he is doing well, I was worried about him. But I suspected he might not be thrilled about the kitten. Our current rescue cat came with a "definitely no kittens around her" instruction.;)

walkingthecat said...

@Wendi: Take heart. Shelter cats are often fighters once they have finally found a good home and are feeling loved. I once adopted a ten-year old cat with a heart defect and a multitude of other health problems. I constantly felt that we were living on borrowed time but she lived to be eighteen and we're all still grateful for the time we did have with her.

GLORIA NELSON said...

I have been looking for a female tabby , since I had to have my girl put to sleep last year, but I think Ilive to far from you:( knittysunflower@gmail.com

Heather said...

So sweet!

Stickhorsecowgirls said...

Girl kitties make the very best mousers! She will earn her keep!

Kimberly K said...

What a sweet little face! I think the kitten might decide to keep you :-)

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