These young kitties are the newest addition to our family. They were both adopted this spring from different shelters.
The tubby tabby in front is Karma Kitty. We found him at the Humane Society after he was rescued from underneath a car following a fight either with another cat or a dog. The poor guy still bears the scars of that experience. He is a loving cat and quite the talker.
Numi Cat is the lilac point mix tucked in the corner of the couch. He is the brat cat of the pair. At this moment (as I write), he is exploring the mantle as evidenced by the rattle of the bric a brac in peril. He serves as my alarm clock. If I don't get up early enough to serve breakfast on his schedule, the knocking of things off of the chest of drawers begins.
The kitties join our dog Belle as the ruling triumvirate of the house.
By Barbara from Port Orchard, WA
Looks like a mutant two headed cat! What cuties they are and they look so comfy. Thanks for sharing. :)
Numi sounds like my kittens. Mario likes to wake us up by attacking the mini-blinds, and they both practice their collectible weaving like they're hoping to go pro. :)
We love Golden Tabbies and we call kitties with Numi's coloring, "Smoky Tuxedos", and love them too. They are just names that we chose to describe the coloring/markings amongst ourselves. Both your Karma and Numi are very pretty cats, and look like they are as much at home as any two I've ever seen.
It's wonderful to see animals who love one another and we've been owned by a few different species who delighted us with the way they were "brothers and sisters".
Thank you for sharing their photos and stories with us.
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This table used to be nicely decorated with several house plants, grandkids' artwork, and such. Now it is the private domain of the cats. This photo was taken shortly after I installed a couple of bird feeders in the front yard. As you can guess, they are off camera to the right.
Glad to see you here, Barbara! Your cats are precious! (And not a bit spoiled, right?) Love this photo...
What a lovely picture! My cats do the same thing. The kitchen window (and the bird feeder outside) provide hours of entertainment for them and they provide entertainment for us. Isn't that a fantastic arrangement?
Beautiful picture, beautiful cats!