Sunday, January 29, 2006


Popping back in because I can see to do that today..*VBS* Norma, from British Columbia asked what *VBS* means. It stands for "very big smile" Norma, and *VBG* stands for "ver big grin". I'm sharing my Tigger with you this time, curled up in my recliner, his favorite place to nap. He spent his kittenhood with me, but hated being a totally "house" cat. Our village has a leash law and cats do NOT roam freely. At a year I gave in and found a country friend to take him so he could be outside and explore. He was a sweetie. One of his favorite tricks was to steal my leather thimbles from the thread basket and carry them to the kitchen and drop them in the dogs water pail. Then he'd play with them in the water. He was totally facinated by water. Hard to brush your teeth with a kitten checking out where that water was coming from and standing in the sink..LOL. He also carried off balls of perle cotton and dropped them in the water pail..great fun to see bright blue bobbing around in the water. Didn't impress the dog at all. Posted by Picasa

8 comments:

Laurie said...

Finn,
Great to "SEE" you back!!! And that DGS of yours is ADORABLE!!! Such a cutie! Great looking quilts as well!
Hugs
Laurie

Peggy said...

love the kitty and hope your eyes are all back to normal really soon,. hugs

Tonya R said...

Big E with the glasses on. Yup, you better keep that other eye working well...
What an absolutely adorable kitten - soooo sorry you had to give him up, but hopefully he's been happy climbing trees and getting in trouble outside.
Cat leash laws - who comes up with this stuff?

Happy Valley Quilter said...

What a sweet kitten! I bet Tigger's living a charmed life in the country now.

I hope that your cornea continues to heal quickly.

Joanne said...

He's so cute! And tell us about the quilt he's leaning on!

Lucy said...

Ohh and now I also see a cute kitty !!!

Sharon said...

What a cutie! Our "little" Bonnie takes her toys to the water dish, too. The vet says that is their way of making sure that what they like is always safe. Usually because their water dish never moves. Dumb dogs, eh, that don't do that, or even care what's in their dish.

Glad you are back among the seeing!

susan said...

Our cat loves to play in the water, also, drinking out of the faucet, putting her dry food over into the water bowl then getting it out to eat it. Your little kitty is cute!