Thursday, July 27, 2006

The animals in question

Only for anyone who is interested:

Here's a rather unflattering shot of Baby Kitty hiding:

Naughty Kitty sprawled on his back, as per usual:

And for good measure, my little 14-year-old dog, Markie, whose red eye I did not bother to Photoshop (sorry):


At 7:45 PM, Blogger Tense Teacher said...

It looks so much like my house: We have the striped, more demure kitty (Hamlet), the all-out fat cat (EmmyLou), and the poor dog who just tries to take it all in (Fiona).

I knew I felt right at home here...

At 10:02 PM, Blogger Shell said...


It's so funny, the entire time Naughty Kitty's acting like a total asshole the vet is saying, "My, he's a very pretty cat. We don't see many with this coloring. Very unique."

I'm like, um, yeah. He's a real peach all right.

At 11:42 AM, Anonymous Lu said...

Wow, Shell, Naughty looks (at least from that angle) just like my 15-yr-old Annie, who is a peach Peke-faced Turkish Van. (No, really.) White, with orange-stripedness on head, ears, butt and tail?

(Some time, I'll have to tell you how we ended up being a household with 5 animals. *sigh*)

At 12:25 PM, Blogger Shell said...

Yeah, that's pretty much him, though he's more patchy than stripey and he doesn't have the Peke face. He does have beautiful golden eyes.

He was dubbed "Naughty" (by a 4-year-old Vaughn) because he likes to escape. He's the one who caused me to break my foot a few years ago during one of his breaks for the neighbor's bushes. Otherwise he's usually very laid back and affectionate, even letting Vaughn carry him around, something neither of the other pets would even consider.

The whole vet scene, though...not pleasant. I'm not sure what happened there, really, because during his first kitten appointment he purred so loud every time the doctor touched him that she couldn't hear his heartbeat. Got cranky and set in his ways like me, I guess.


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