Morning kitties

We had a good crowd, this morning!

I got to pet Nosencrantz this morning, but had to move away before Toesencrantz would come to eat.

I am NOT happy with Potato Beetle. He attacked Rosencrantz this morning. Again. Drove her off. She did get a chance to come by and eat with her babies, later, but he is really nasty towards her!

We had nine kittens in the kibble house again (the two orange cats are the adults). I was looking at the photos with my daughter and talking about the five grey tabbies. There’s Bradicous, Chadicous, Sadicous and Tadicous. What would number five be called? Why not Gaticous? (a play on the movie title, Gattaca)

Gaticous, it is! πŸ˜€

Ghost Baby made an appearance, too, dashing by in the background. πŸ™‚

You know what else made an appearance?

Toe pints. Itty, bitty kittie toe prints!

Dirty little toe prints!

At least the paint was dry before it got walked on. πŸ˜€

Odd that the camera in my phone turned the mint green paint into white!

The Re-Farmer

3 thoughts on “Morning kitties

  1. With so many cats now, it might be time to push using the donations button to raise money to get them fixed. You’ve got a herd right now. Next year this time, you could have an army.

    The paint and cell phone issue… I’ve had similar issues before. Research turned up that cell phones have built in “photoshop” type software to help their pics look as close to 35mm pics as possible. Primarily it’s adjusting lighting and focus, but sometimes color can get messed up in the adjustments.

    In fact, the video linked to in my cameras post talks briefly about it.

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    • When we first moved here, there were quite a few. Then numbers very stayed high long. They move on to new territory, or something gets them.

      My phone does have a manual setting that would allow me to adjust the colour, if I wanted. I usually only use it when I am taking long exposure shots of the stars.

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