Well, I actually had something different planned for Happy Tuesday, then everything changed.
Say Hi To Milo
Milo is an 8 week old male born on May 27, 2019. So far Johnny doesn’t know what to think about having another cat in the house, but he’ll get used to it.
A friend’s daughter found him and brought him over to me yesterday. So far he’s been exploring all over the place. I’ve already been nipped once and clawed twice. Ain’t it great? I forgot how much fun it was to have a kitten in the house.
Milo has already found his napping place. I knew those overpriced throw pillows would be good for something someday.
I’m sleeping. Don’t wake me up!
The Doctor is in.
I love seeing them napping together.
Just one or two more and we get fed.
I think my neighbor has been ordering from Amazon again.
This one wants to go on a vacation.
Anybody else been here before??
And it’s his favorite shirt.
I’m not really sure about where these little cutties came from. They were on one of my backup disks and they were just too cute not to put them up.
I took these on November 27, 2005 at the Beltrami Humane Society in Bemidji, Minnesota. I took this one the same day that I got Johnny.
And this is Otto. Otto belonged to my friends Dennis and Arlenne from Grand Rapids, and he was the biggest little lover I’ve ever seen. Misty would play with him Whenever I went to visit them. I knew Otto when he was just a kitten long before I got Misty and Johnny.
Otto was a neighborhood stray who followed Arlenne home one day. For the first week or so he wouldn’t come into the house. He would come up on their deck and sit and watch Dennis and Arlenne eat breakfast. He would lay on the table just outside the kitchen window and press his face against the window.
One day Dennis opened the kitchen door, Otto just walked right in and he made himself at home.
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To me, it’s bad enough that our children are being mesmerized by smartphones, laptops, video games, and all of the other personal tech out there. Far too many parents have gotten into the habit of using their devices as electronic babysitters. Well, our cats are feeling left out. Not any more.
Cats are probably one of the most shameless creatures of the animal kingdom. They come and go as they please with an attitude that says, I run things, leaving dead mice and birds in their wake. Well, some cat owners are fed up with their feline companion’s devil-may-care behavior and want everyone to know just how bad their cats are, through public shaming online.
The Instagram account @cat_shaming has provided pet owners a platform to guide their silly cats through a walk of shame, where photos are posted capturing their furry friends in or after their criminal acts. From funny cats rolling around in fresh paint to peeing in their owners’ handbags, it’s clear that these animals don’t give a damn and will probably continue to live a life of crime.
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I couldn’t resist these. Just sooooo cute.
I needed another cuteness overload today…
Here We See An Adorable Kitten Cleaning Its Tiny Squishbeans
Gizmo, The Cute Cat With The Biggest Eyes Ever
Cutest Kitten With Baby-Tiger Paws
Little Evil But Still Cute Kitty
Sweet Dreams, Adorable Kitten
We Found This Fluffy Cat Crying All Alone In The Grass. He Was Only Two Weeks Old And Malnourished. This Was Taken After We Removed All The Ticks And Fleas And Gave Him A Bath
Whatcha Doin, Human?
Ball Of Cutest Kitten
Happy Sleeping Yoga Kitten
Cute Kitten Sleeping With A Friend
Bum, The Worried Kitten
George Is Straight-up Ridiculous
Are We There Yet?
Can’t Handle How Adorable She Is!
Eudemonia’s Absinthe Fairy
Staircase To Heaven
Gimme That Paw
The plumber was here to fix the leak yesterday.
Misty and Johnny don’t know what to think.
Have a great Tuesday everybody.