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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Dinner is Served

Nine Kittens
Two Moms
One Dad
One Zoo
One Mrs. DoLittle

61 comments:

  1. Wow, it's really cool how you painted those numbers on them!

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  2. Well, I have to be able to tell them apart somehow! :)

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  3. How'd you get them to stand still while you painted them?

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  4. Wow, that is a lot of kittens you are feeding and do you think that the Mom's can recognize them better now that they have numbers painted on them. Is the paint waterproof and lick proof?

    Have any of the.new ones let you pet them? I really do hope they find a good home someday.

    God bless.

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  5. Silver ~Are you kidding? I am Mrs. DoLittle...the perfect cat whisperer, you know. ha.

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  6. My oh my
    Just think only 5 more and it will be a tie
    With that place that Orlin hates to go
    Plus a weiner dog resides at the show
    So maybe 6 more
    But then if the moms and dad count at your shore
    That means 3
    So we'll go with that at your sea..haha

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  7. Mrs U ~ one of the younger litter is very friendly. He looks just like our Mustache but in miniature but has white back legs. We've named him Socks. The others are warming up...not running away if we step outside, and tonight they stepped just inside the back door to eat some bites of meat but wouldn't let me touch them. Marmalade has taken on a roll of big brother and he's so cute to watch as he plays with them, licks their faces and gets them out of trees.

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  8. Pat ~ the moms and dad do stop by a couple of times a week to eat but never stay.
    They don't want to be domesticated in any way!
    There is no way I can compete
    with that place that has fourteen
    Tell Gramma that she wins
    at her bin.
    lol....

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  9. Oh look,it's an all-you-can-eat buffet. Take a number and wait your turn huh? haha

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  10. They look nice betsy!they are so cute dear!

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  11. I love the marmalade one that stands out in a crowd!

    Wishing your and your five men a very Happy New Year, Betsy!

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  12. The Rhythm Nazi is looking for you, doll...

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  13. Rebecca ~ wait your turn? ha...it's more like 'every cat for himself!' lol...

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  14. @Rebecca: That's right, all you can eat! Nine kittens to choose from!

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  15. You could try... But the Rhythm Nazi might aim low.

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  16. Silver~you must be related to my husband. He would crack something like that about a cat!

    Betsy~they get a little pushy huh? :)

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  17. Silver ~ You just like everything hoochy-koochy or perfect rhythm like Dr. Seuss and Walt Disney!

    Blame Pat...he's the one that taught me all my rhyming skills. lol...

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  18. Rebecca ~ Let's just say I make sure my toes aren't in the way! ha.

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  19. Gloria ~ do you have any pets?

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  20. I have three dogs dear:) so bigger than your cats

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  21. Yeah, I'd like to see a little hoochy-koochy.

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  22. But We had bunnies (not easter you know) hamster,birds, 2 mouses, and a little cat for a while and other boy adopted him, now I have the three dogs..

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  23. Hey, what's wrong with Dr. Suess? :) (not that I'm sticking up for the rhythm nazi or anything)

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  24. ANd Esperanza told me right now she wants a bunny again:)

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  25. omg...i see they go after the food like my little kit does...that is a few cats there....

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  26. Blame me?
    Bah, I can take it easily

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  27. Gloria ~ see, you have had a zoo before like me! :)

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  28. Holy cow....or cat, I should say.

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  29. Rebecca~ oh, I love Dr. Seuss! But he's a good example of perfect rhythm while rhyming...no artistic liberties, like I take. :)

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  30. There's something about "zookeeping" that reduces stress. :)

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  31. Yeah, I know Betsy--I was just schputting. :)

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  32. Yes I had dear, hope not begin again, she wants a bunny now...

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  33. yes, Pat
    You love to take credit
    and say that you made it:
    a rhyming non-rhythmic commentor.
    Although if you say 'Strat' we might have to sensor.
    ha.
    oh, that was REALLY bad rhythm.

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  34. Gloria ~ bunnies are very sweet. Mine is getting very big!

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  35. picking--teasing--blathering--like that. :)

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  36. blathering...oh, you have the best words! LOL...

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  37. TRue betsy but Im afraid by the dogs can hurt him, will see:)

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  38. Betsy you should do a post on your bunny again.

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  39. Gloria ~ very true! These cats stay outside and if I let one in, I watch out for Nugget! But he's bigger than the kittens, so all is fine so far!

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  40. Yes Betsy Esperanza wants a little bunny and this worry me cause I know the dogs, the other say almost die I saw Mouska with a little bird ....

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  41. Rebecca ~ OK...I'll do one soon. I should take a new photo of him, too. :) He sleeps during the day, though, so it's hard to get a good one.

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  42. ps...and he sleeps behind furniture...he's never in his cage...

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  43. She is a really hunter ! some dogs are so

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  44. Oh yeah...the cats love to get birds, too! I miss my bird feeders, but I'm afraid I'm really setting traps!

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  45. Well stratty strat strat
    Bad rhythm, it was full of that..haha

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  46. Nine cats, nine lives...that a lot of cats and lives.


    You are such a great Mrs. Doolittle!

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  47. Oh, we are going to have to call you The Cat Lady soon... or soon might be too late. LOL! What a crew. No mice problem at your house... a super nice bonus!! I am glad you have befriended them, Betsy. blessings ~ tanna

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  48. tanna ~ oh, they are catching the mice. They display them on the back porch and I say, "Thank you for not letting that mouse get in the house!" :)

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  49. Betsy Dolittle? No, Betsy Doesalot!
    She has so much love for all creatures, she does a lot for them.

    Dolittle or Doesalot it doesn't matter. Betsy loves animals.

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  50. Oh wow - they are all beautiful!! And so so lucky to have you looking out for them!! Yay for you!!

    Take care
    x

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  51. That they didn't even bleed is wonderful!! Ha!
    Nice pic
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  52. That does give new meaning to the term "nine lives".
    Happy New Year, Betsy!

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  53. Oh my they have multiplied. As a kid on the farm that was a common sight and dad gave them milk after he had milked the two cows. Of course milk was probably bad for them but they sure did survive. I love the photo.

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  54. OH dear! Cats have kittens ya know. Your spring could be NUTS!

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