Friday, March 28, 2008


Your kittens are ready to be picked up. Seriously, if you live in Provo, Orem, Spanish Fork, Payson, Lehi, Pleasant Grove or points north or south come and pick them up.

Here they are for a group photo, on the chair they now think they own. I had to be quick as they never stay in one place long. You can see William, on the far right. He's ready to take off. Gregory is going to launch next.

See! They are already all over the place.

The one looking at the camera is Gregory. He is the fatty of the group and very loving. When I pick him up and hold him he feels like he's swallowed a great big pear. He likes to purr on my shoulder. I'll miss him but he will make someone a nice pet. And yes, I realize I called "someone" the pet. Kittens are that way, they take your heart and make you theirs.

Here is Gregory, playing with his tail and Japhy, who is the princess of the group. "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful," she says.

"Okay, I won't," says Toves and she proves it by chewing on Japhy's leg.

When I told Toves to stop and be a nice kitty she stopped long enough to say, "Who me?"

"Look at my innocent face. Would I chew on some one's leg?"

She is the runt of the litter, was the first to eat solid food, the first to be litter box trained and the first to leave Momma cat and explore the big wide world. She was the first to make friends--she has every one's heart.

This is funny William. he likes to take life at a full run. That is until he runs out of steam...

...and then he snoozes where ever he can, even if the snoozing shoulder is really too low.

So, leave me a message and I'll save your kitten. You can come and pick it up tomorrow. It's a good kitten day.


Pam's Place said...

Oh, Lynne, they are so cute, and those are such darling pictures. Especially that last one of sweet William and E.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

WAHHH WAHHHH I just typed the most wonderful, insightful, deep, meaningful, fantastic comment only to have it eatten in the bloggersphere :-(
it went something like this....
AWWWWW adorable kitties...
then jumped into this brilliant diatribe on cameras...which boils down to what are your expectations and wants for your camera to do...with that information in hand I can help you find the perfect camera for you.
sigh it sounded oh so wonderful the first time... Have a great night!

Teresa said...

Well, living in Virginia puts me out of the running for the kittens. :::sigh::: They are SO cute! Maybe you could attach one to Ben's postcard. ;o) Seriously though, I would have a hard time choosing.

whirligigdaisy said...

I don't want a kitten. But they are adorable. I hope you are in a better place. I am sending my love and sorry you are hurting and stressed.

Lynette said...

If I had to choose, not saying that I actually would, I would choose Toves. What a sweet little kitty, kitty, kitty!

When I was about six my family (there were probably six or seven kids at the time) went to visit my uncle and aunt. They had kittens. Lots and lots of kittens. During our visit our uncle told us that we could each choose a kitten to take home. We were thrilled! My dad was not! We each chose one, but by the end of our visit they had all miraculously dissappeared and we went home empty handed. My father had a grin on his face the whole way home. We were all devestated.

Although I've never forgotten this experience and it has probably scarred me for life, it still doesn't mean I want a kitten. I just think they are cute!

P.S. Have you tried Pizzeria 712 in Midtown on State St. in Orem? Have I already asked you this? It is my cousin's new restaurant. Very yummy and highly recommended. I think Phil should take you there.

Hey it's Amy Shipp said...

What adorable kittens, you will have no troule finding nice homes for them, I would like to take the almost-white one...