The Sweet Ones

Sep
21

They’re still at it.

When the weather’s warm, it’s hard to catch Kitten and Little in the house at the same time. They have stuff to do outside.


But, oh yeah, they’re still at it.

They are the two most in love cats I’ve ever seen. They are so sweet to each other.

Morgan calls them the “midget cats” because they’re so small. Kitten and Little are apt names.

See the magazine on the table for some perspective. They are over a year old now, and they are very small cats. They came from different sources–Kitten (orange) came from my cousin, and Little came from Ross’s old girlfriend. They both turned out to be unusually small cats (and they are both males, too).

But that’s okay.

All the better to fit into the sink, right, Little?

P.S. In case you missed it, here’s my favorite Kitten and Little story: Kitten’s Great Escape.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 21, 2010  

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  1. 9-21
    4:46
    am

    My heart is melting right about now – they are so sweet. :pawprint: :pawprint:

  2. 9-21
    5:56
    am

    Oh how I missed seeing pictures of these two babies! I’m so glad to hear they are still best friends :heart:

  3. 9-21
    7:43
    am

    Awww! That is so sweet!! I have 2 one year old cats too, Abby and Shadow. I like cats, and dogs!

    They are still young and lots of growing to do yet!

  4. 9-21
    8:50
    am

    Kitten and Little are my babies. I love when you post photos of them! :yes:

  5. 9-21
    9:41
    am

    Oh Suzanne you do write the best stories – they are so sweet and the cats are just adorable. I’m a cat lover myself. You really have the life girl. Is there an animal you don’t have and love.

  6. 9-21
    10:50
    am

    I’ve got two male cats that we rescued from outside when they were kittens. In fact, Stealer fit in the palm of our hands when we brought him in. Sam is still small; Stealer the total tomcat but they’re often found cuddled together. Makes for some good photo opportunties!

  7. 9-21
    11:04
    am

    I love sleepy kitty pictures!

  8. 9-21
    11:08
    am

    :whip: I can only wish that my two girl cats would be so nice to each other. The closest they get is within smacking distance, and then run off hissing! :whip:

  9. 9-21
    2:37
    pm

    I like cats, but not in the sink or on the counter.

  10. 9-21
    4:39
    pm

    Yay! :happyflower: I LOVE :heart: pictures of Kitten and Little!! :snoopy: :hug:

  11. 9-21
    7:32
    pm

    What precious little loves they are. :heart:

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