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Thursday, March 15, 2007

cuteness - a dangerous trait

Well the kittens are now five weeks old. They seem to have already developed some personality, having discovered early on the many advantages of being cute, small and furry and therefore entirely and instantly forgiven for any misdemeanor.

Having learned to climb before they could walk, they have established the sofa as their new domain. Here they are captured in a brief moment of rest - that's the youngest, No.2, who is still deciding if she is either Noodles or Peanut - she is probably meditating here on the merits of both names...

No.1, or Pumpkin is the psycho attacking her own shadow at the back. No.3, who is not pictured, is Lemony, and is probably off somewhere scaring one of the dogs...



As you might have guessed, we don't spend a great deal of time mulling over names for the kids - they just make themselves known somehow. For some mysterious reason, almost all of our furry ones are named after items of food. Some kind of subliminal message there perhaps...

3 comments:

Kuba said...

Food names... they seem to fit very well. I have two wonderful cats - one named Cashew and one named Moo. The latter can be debated as to whether it relates to 'food', of course...

Wonderful clips!

...oh and by the way...

http://www.care2.com/news/member/488176715/324918

...we are rooting for you.

Jacki said...

So cute! Do they all have short stubby tails or just #2?

Charith said...

Yes all three have stubby tails - for some reason, its a common trait in cats here in Singapore