Tuesday, December 2, 2008


Big deep breath. I am going to be an owner of kittens but I know they will own me. I haven't had cats in about 6 years since my little ones died young. It was a very big step for me to contact Laurie and look at kittens. I am very blessed to have friends and family who will help me with kittens and patient enough not to show up at my doorstep with a bundle of kittens.

I will have to dust off my camera and make an effort to take "good" pictures of the little ones. I hope they will be happy with me. I live in an apartment that juts up on a green belt where the birds and frogs play. The kittens will be up and close to the action. I am thinking of sneaking out and hanging a bird feeder in the birds favorite tree.

I am very grateful that Laurie will hold on to the kittens until I return from my conference. I am also grateful that she was very patient with me when I kept saying "I want this one and that one....wait no, this one and that one....wait no....."


  1. Congratulations to you, Karen! And thank you from all of us IBKC groupies for allowing us to follow the lives of these sweet angels.

  2. It's going to be fantastic. Congrats on the cute little girls. Can't wait to see what happens!

  3. Karen, congratulations on your two gorgeous girls. Enid is one of my all-time favorites, with her angel wings and all :) Can't wait to follow their adventures in their new forever-home.

  4. This is wonderful! Those girls are adorable, and I can't wait to watch them grow. Don't even worry for a minute about taking "good" pictures. Just take lots and pick out the ones you like. We'll all be happy just for the chance to see them as they are. Congratulations on your new babies.

  5. I'm so, SO jealous. I've been hopelessly in love with Hester since I laid eyes on her.

    But, please, SSSH! Don't tell my boys!

  6. Wow! Another librarian type adopting itty bitties. I guess librarians and cats just go together. :-)


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