In years past I haven't had foster kittens in February so I've done Former Foster Friday February and done posts about the few fosters I've kept in touch with on each Friday... but this year I have kittens, so I haven't reached out and asked for photos.
But a few photos have found their way to me via Facebook, so I thought I would share them with you.
I'm starting out with Gandalf. He is settling well into his new home with his new brother. I'm glad because only kittens often have a very hard time adjusting to other kitties because they often don't 'speak cat' and they end up not understanding one another. I'm glad to see I did a someone decent enough job helping Gandalf learn 'cat'
Looks to me like Bridget and Dave are thrilled with their new boy.
I also received an update from Kathleen, who went to visit Sharon and Gail and hung out with Winn and Bella.
Look how big they are getting, and what sleek looking teenage kitties they are! Fortunately, Sharon shares a lot of photos and videos of them, but because of that sometimes I just want to drive up there and snatch them back they are so freakin cute. (then Jack comes and sits on my face and the urge passes) They too are also quite smitten.
Not to be outdone with uber cuteness, Kathleen then shared photos of Maxwell and Ducky
These two amuse me to no end. Ducky actually developed a pretty pronounced set of bow legs, which I have found a little odd, but they do not bother him at all, and it just adds to his charm. Kathleen, I am thankful every single time you share them with me. And when you share my other fosters with me, like Buddy (formerly Garp from 2014)
It is so nice to see him. Speaking of Winn and Bella, I would be remiss if I didn't share with you Errol and Flynn.
They are also doing very well. Flynn is still a lover boy, and Errol has definitely blossomed into his true self - a lover of chickens. Just kidding, but he is doing really well, I am so happy for him. Not that I'm not happy for Flynn, but I knew he would do well wherever he landed.
I would be remiss if I didn't include my heart-kitten Isaac Arnold and his brother Smedley.
It still aches that I was not able to keep him, but Anne does a wonderful job of keeping me supplied in photos of them both. They are both amazingly ridiculous, and I love them dearly from afar.
Anne's sister Deb also adopted from us, and she also shares photos of Perkins from time to time.
and it appears he is just as goofy today as he was when he was here.
There are more out there that share their photos from time to time, and I am obnoxiously grateful each time it happens. I also adore it when I see other foster homes sharing photos of their former fosters in homes too. So if you have one of mine, or someone else's.. send their foster mom a photo and a few lines about how well they are doing and about their personality. It will totally make their day!