This morning Boots will be taken to the vet and . . a little snip, snip. All you cat lovers are saying “told you so!” but that little cat is so entertaining, and at the same time, several times a day, I say to myself “Why on earth did we let this kitten into our lives?” He looks so cute and innocent.
Wrong! Looks are deceiving! He has more energy than any one kitten should have. Up the design wall . . up the roll of batting . . under the sofa, racing down the longarm, bouncing on the quilt loaded on the longarm.
A quilt was on the back of the sofa, fell off and . . now it’s a kitty tunnel.
Then he found the box that has my Comfort & Joy project . .
He’s looking at me like . . “Do you have a problem?”
Then . . about the time I’m threatening to stick him outside in the heat, I look over and see this:
He had been sleeping in my chair. I love a sleeping kitty . . a wild, crazy kitty . . not so much! It is good to see him having a lot of energy and feeling great. Just hoping his “surgery” goes well today.