Knitting Crazy Cat Ladies

Cat Loving Knitters of the World Unite! But please, keep the wool away from your fur babies.

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Mein Katzes

Introducing my little furry children:

Springs--
springs
a/k/a Springsteen, Springsy, Springerle
Born circa 1998, adopted by us from a coworker of mine on April 1, 2004 (her husband's allergies got to the critical state and they couldn't keep him anymore) I guess he's one of those nifty kitties that came from a breeder and is techincally a "bengalese" or something to that effect. His hobbies include nesting in beds, molesting blankets and lap whoring.

And then Squeaky--
squeaky
a/k/a Squeakers, Little Pink Nose, LPN
Born August 11, 2000, adopted by us as a kitten from a lab tech at MSU. She came with a raging case of earmites (she was a barn kitty). She's a daddy's girl so she doesn't care much for me. Her hobbies include bothering Springs, and nesting in my filing basket.

And of course I couldn't leave you without a picture of myself being blanket molested by Springs:
blanket
He bites the blanket and then starts kneading and having his way with it. Yikes. I always feel so violated.

2 Comments:

At 3/30/2006 11:06 AM, Blogger buttercup said...

Funny how cats think they can read by osmoses isn't it??? LOL!

Growing up we had a cat that would bat at your pencil when you were trying to do your homework. He was VERY helpful...

 
At 4/01/2006 12:14 AM, Blogger String Bean said...

Whenever you have an afghan or blanket on your lap, Kami will hop up there and start punching it. Not kneading - punching. What an abusive kitty.

 

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home