Our first Macy’s window kitty of the season! This one was having a blast with a little catnip mouse. While I was there it found its way into and out of the litterbox at least three times, bringing litter with it each time. Oh that naughty, naughty mousie.
And that kitty was kung fu fighting, those paws were fast as lightning…
Zuzu (1) is teensy! I wonder what she is mixed with?
All the pictures of him look plaintive and sad. Trust me, he wasn’t.
I think it may just be the ears and the eyebrows.
I ran into Magical Trevor not long ago. He’s a two-year-old Pemmie with an advanced degree in corgi-splootation.
He stopped for roughly eight seconds, and… sploot!
Of course, he definitely wanted lots of petting and attention.
He just wasn’t willing to get up to get it.
Another day at the local dog grooming parlor.
I don’t know what he is. He looks like a Lab, except for those EYES.
They stare right into your soul.
I love how expressive seal faces can be.
I have seen a surprised seal, and the expression on its face was a very human look of surprise. Given that, I kind of feel justified in assuming that these three are having a great time.
I love having a doctor’s office that’s right next to KitTea. It gives me an excuse to have my day brightened every time I go down there.
Here we have the ‘hood ornament’ pose.
Kitty BUNK BEDS. Gotta love it.
I didn’t catch whether it was Cocoa, Coco, Koko, or some other variant, but it’s definitely pronounced like the hot chocolate drink, and Cocoa is ridiculously sweet, so I’m going to assume that’s what she’s named after. I do know that she’s 4 months old, and loves everyone and everything.
The two of them had never met before.
It was clearly love at first sight.
She was just as enthusiastic about me. Took some work to keep her far enough away to photograph.
Autumn has a customer named Willie. Willie was about 9 weeks old when I took these pictures. He is a lot tinier than he looks in the pictures. And even cuter.
Too many pictures to caption and hovertext them. So you’ll just have to enjoy them in silence. I will tell you, though, that the reason Autumn is making that goofy face in the one where he’s sticking his neck out is because he was making the most ridiculous noises ever.
Charlie is such a well-behaved (10-month-old) puppy! Or at least she was when I was around her.
There’s nothing like a German shepherd for looking dignified.
Nice little gentle smile. The Siberian Husky smile is generally a hell of a lot goofier than that.
Frances is only 16 weeks old! Pretty big for only four months old, huh? Especially for a small breed.
I’m not exactly smitten with the pink jumper, I must admit.