Our Miss Ingrid has a well earned reputation for causing trouble. Here she is modeling the evidence of an escapade that didn't go so well.
We had purchased some slippers decorated with large fluffy feathery bits, and left them in a paper bag on our nightstand when we went out. When we came home, this is how we found Ingrid. She had been going after the irresistibly fluffy slippers, and got caught inside the bag's handles.
She eventually found a way free of the bag, and probably spent the rest of the afternoon under the bed. We cut her loose after we had preserved the moment for prosperity.
Yes, it's been a while since I wrote. I've been ...busy. Yeah, that's it ...busy. So, here's a fluff piece.
Take a look at these fabulously cute kittens, now available for adoption. The remind me ever so much of our very own Cotten and Ingrid. In case those little cuties do turn out like our own tabby and calico, I will warn you of their behavior.
Ingrid loves to crawl under blankets. She also helps us play video games, by crawling up on your shoulders and eating your hair.
Cotten gets very excited when I get up in the morning, because he knows that breakfast is coming.
They both think that the deck door is kitty T.V.
Also, the both think that any crinkly snack food bag might contain kitty treats, and must be investigated.
The kitties love this Red Laser Pointer from ThinkGeek.com. It's their second favorite toy - right behind feathers on a stick. The laser pointer uses AAA batteries, not the really expensive small disc batteries that you find in many other laser pointers. The only bad part is that you have to hold the switch down, and that can get a little tiring after a while. Though, I bet that the husband can take care of that by modding the laser pointer with some parts from Home Depot.