Thursday, September 6, 2012

Toys for Kittens (because they obviously don't have enough)


For those of you newer to the blog, I don't think I've mentioned in a while just how 'special' my Twee is.  Her official name is Tweedle because certain people were throwing around "not so nice names for the mentally challenged" when we were trying to name her and someone joked Tweedledum..
Twee on left, siblings top and right.
See she just could NOT figure food out.  it took her WEEKS beyond her siblings, and then only because I gently pushed her nose into the food day after day after day.  So then for the next few months she could only eat if her entire face was buried in the food.

I had an animal communicator talk to her when she was a few years old.  The woman said she 'talked' like a kitten.  She is as sweet as can possibly be, she's just a few plants short of a catnip mouse.

Anyway.  Since being 'banished' from the kitten room (no, seriously Twee, you GRADUATED, you weren't banished!!) she has often sat in front of the door that has kittens behind it after bringing toys for them to play with.
Hello.  I brought you a toy
It's a good toy.. 
so much fun..
We want to play!
Unfortunately for Twee, I do not mix foster kittens with my own resident cats.  I know many foster homes do, but having had first hand experience of what can go wrong, I no longer risk it.

14 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness. What a darling Twee is. That picture of her sitting outside the kitten room with a toy is just so precious.

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  2. What a lovely little girl you are, Twee.
    Purrs ... Rainbow

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  3. Oh good lord, what a SWEET girl!!!

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  4. Oh. My. Gosh. That is just beyond sweet! What a special girl. I LOVE that first photo.

    I don't blame you for not mixing kittens with your resident cats. You know what's best for your household.

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  5. Poor Twee - she looks awfully sweet!!!

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  6. Awwwww that is so adorable

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  7. "A few plants short of a catnip mouse"!! Oh my gosh, that is the cutest analogy ever! What a sweetie she is!

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  8. Twee is definitely special! I can see why you love her, Connie :)

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  9. Oh Twee, what a big heart you have to want to play with the kittens. You're such a sweet, sweet girl.

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  10. I had a kitty who was a few short too, but he was the most loving cat ever and had many other fine qualities to make up for what he lacked.

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  11. So so precious! I have a special "Ed"ger. His name is just Edgar, but we do on occasion call him Special Ed. I found him in a box outside of a Walmart about 3 months old, extremely thin and very dehydrated. The vet said he was very close to death. I think the summer sun fried his poor little brain cells. Anyway, 12 year later he's my big baby boy (20 lbs!) and the most lovely, drooly thing you ever saw!

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  12. I think Twee sounds like a complete sweetheart. I don't think there is anything wrong with this kitty at all!

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