Kitties! I hope all of you kitties and woofies had a wonderful smooch filled day with your pawrents. Because even though we are furbabies, our human pawrents are that, pawrents. We get the care and love and attention that any family member deserves. And we are loved as tenderly as we love our pawrents. Case closed when I say I hope your Mother's day was grand. <3<3
I squashed up against mom's knee..the inside part at the back of her leg for sleepies night before last and down on her feets last night. I even let her turn over! Some of you said I was too harsh thumping to the floor three nights ago leaving her without me...and I considered that and agreed. So I decided to lay up against her the next two nights. It's been coldish in here at about 67 degrees in the bedroom at night. The heat doesn't come on until it's 69 degrees, so I needed her heat. (She needed mine).
Mommy went out with the youngest human brother for lunch on Mother's Day. He came back here to the house and they had a good deal of the afternoon together. She asked him to please move the spare bed (MY bed!!) in the back bedroom so she could get the Admiral's furs out from under as the bed was too ungainly for her to move. Admiral spent a good deal of her last 12 months living here UTB, as she was sick. Her didn't feel well so that's where she went to rest.
Kitties, there was enough fur to make another kitty! Mommy used her two hands with Platex kitchen gloves on to scrape up the furs from the carpet before vacuuming. That saves a huge clog in the vacuum and mommy felt the silkiness of Admiral's curly Tortie furs again as she gathered them up.
These are from her tummy area, her undercarriage furs and they sure don't look like her glossy multicolored furs, no, but they are hers, mixed with several years worth of mess that was also down there. You see specks of paper mixed in. Mommy's baby girl.