Cute Overload :D
Got your midday snack ready.
Pass the Cat-sup! [horrible, I know]
Deeeee-lee-shous, Lori W.! 😛
Looks juuus like Rikkeh when he was a bebeh! *Nom*
I don’t need the unnecessary carbs, pass him over as is!
nom nom nom
Hard to imagine anything more beautiful…
Look at the little pink toesey poking out between her fingers. So soft & delectable! smooooch =)*
So they’re BORN with those needle-sharp claws? Potential for disaster, there!
::: piff :::
Why would you eat a Siamese kitteh when they’re not ripe. Do you also eat (unfried) green tomatoes and green bananas?
I’d bet $2 that is a siameezle kitten. (If you pleezle.) Lovely and yes they are born with the needles on their pawsies. Makes you wonder how mom survives the nursing. And as always, I’m obsessed with the delicate whiskers!!
Little kitten bitz!
soft, little, fuzzy and tewtally kissable! 🙂
…Meg, you are tooooo funny. HERE WE GO AGAIN “dinner talk”.
If you’ve ever had to introduce a second cat into the home, you’ll find this pretty funny:
That is a Siamese, or other such exotic, cat almost certainly. I would love to cuddle, snorgle or otherwise caress the little babe. But I still don’t understand how people can joke about eating these creatures. I know you peeps don’t meant it literally, but the idea just turns my stomach.
Pass us the salt.
Just plain “bread” is not good enough for thees morsel. I suggest a fresh foccaccia or sourdough baguette with a little smear of pesto. 😉
Pearl Ostroff- I must have grown up thoroughly warped, because as a small tot, I constantly had two grandmothers saying they could “eat me up.”
Meezerz meezerz wii lurvez meezerz
Kitteh is cute but I love that ring!
Naum. *poof!* Yum, marshmallow!
It’s not only cute, this photo is art! Such lovely hands, and so carefully cupped around the teeny little kitty…
Okay, I’m usually a lurker and have only posted once but OMG I love. I went and looked at the other pictures and definitly a meezer kitty… Mom is beautiful.
look at the little earscles! what a cute little walnut head!
Let us celebrate together the fuzzy eyelids and knobbily head bone of little kits. 😀
Please don’t say those things! Go veggie, and leave kitteh alone! What a leetle sweetie! And that nosicle!
As a certified professional food manager, I must object to this.
First of all, that kitten is obviously being served raw. You don’t have certification to serve raw kitten. Your facility is not properly equipped, nor is your staff adequately trained to serve raw kitten. So knock it off.
What’s more, I shouldn’t have to remind you that you must never handle table-ready foods with your bare hands, and that jewelry needs to be removed before working in the kitchen.
Also, that thing is covered in hair.
You cannot KNOW how tempted I now am to redo the photo’s hovertext to say “EAT ME, BITCHES”.
I say this in all good fun.
Oh my God. How beautiful. Just so precious… I’m getting teary eyed… such teeny tiny innocence…
I just can’t get over the toesies sticking out…
Yes I do believe I shall have this Chatin Blanc here as an apéritif,
(inhales delicate aroma while placing into delicate wine glass)
I shall savor the buttery, honeyed vanilla flavors, with just a hint of spicey kick.
OH! Those are delightful with sweet and sour dipping sauce!!!!
OH those deluccccccccctuble little earsies!
turn away Pearl Ostroff and Threecatnight – cause those little baby toes and nosicle need to be in my mouf now
LOVE the ring!
OHDUH! That’s the sound that came outta my mouf when I saw dis tineeeeee Siamese kitteh. Those leeetle tiny ears and miniscule claws are just calling to me to nom nom nom…
Must faint over the overwhelming cuteness of this baby…
I work at a vet clinic where we routinely have litters of stray kittens that we fix up and adopt out, and I often get cravings for a “kitten melt”. Just a few minutes under the broiler with some aged cheddar? Mmmmmmm.
Pearl, it’s an expression of endearment. There’s an old James Whitcomb Riley poem “Max and Jim” where a mother thinks her boys are so sweet she’ll “haf to eat ’em!”
I’m warped too, then, because I’m always telling my sweet doggie that I’ll have her for dessert b/c she’s made of sugar. Then I ask if I can just please nibble on those silky litte ears.
What a beeootiful leetle keetie-kat – so precious and nibbable (new word).
Love the claddagh ring!
I wanna nom nom nom those little pink jelly bean toes that are peeking out through her fingers!!
Tiny earlets. Mini-paw action. Soft, white fluffitude. Scraggily whiskers on itty nosicle. Yep, kitty morsel recipe is all set.
I threaten to eat my cats constantly…and there have been a few times I have taken a nibble out of them…ended up with a mouth full of loose fur, but it was well worth it! 😉
Take a look at the whole photo shoot with the darling mama and her six babies! She has the bluest of eyes and the mostest in maternal instincts!
Yeah, it’s sorta predictable that whenever we have a lovely tiny thing on the screen, it’s followed by a bunch of “ooh, wanna eat” posts.
I dunna understand it, but I don’t doubt for a second that any CO peeps who harm a silk hair on that prosh little body.
In other words… just LOOK at DAT BAYBEE!
OOOPS! Sorry…meant to say that I don’t doubt for a second that NO CO peeps would harm a silky hair on dat sweet kitty! … *Note to self: must give up coffee*
Well (duh) now that I see the rest of the photos, of course it’s a “Siamese” kitten although being a traditionalist, I really don’t consider anything but the short-hair ones “real” Siamese. Those cats in the photos are truly beautiful however. And the babies adorable (natch).
i thought it was a bunny at first, but then i thought….what short ears you have!
and then…what long claws you have!
and then…the catsup joke…
Speaking as a self-appointed spokesloris: we do not want to eat the cutelings. We just want to taste them. (Possibly in this case, just as it is with just the very swiftest of glides over the soy sauce, or possibly that’s just me.)
Also, Mel Wenger, the last line of your post made me do the unexpectedly-laughing-while-drinking-coffee-and-blowing-coffee-throug-your-nose thing. So now I’m a self-appointed spokesloris with coffee all down my front. Which is muy attractive.
Alien kitten! (That’s what I call them before the eyes are open).
I’ve always felt weird about the “eating” thing, too, but the rest of you go ahead. I’ll be satisfied with years of snorgling.
Now THAT is art. 🙂
She’s wearing a claddagh ring! I have one exactly like that, also in silver.
Oh, I know it’s a term of endearment. I know people who say it about little children. I just feel uneasy about it. Just my idiosyncrasy. The rest of you go ahead.
I dunno, I’m personally not a big fan of some of these “just born” pics lately. They’re slightly grotesque, lol. But I’m not a hater. :>
CAT CAFE BEST IDEAS:
JANE! LAURA! METZ!!!
I agree with you 100% Pearl. The idea these creatures is cruel. The kitten is adorable to.
I agree berthaservant! I wouldn’t mind being abducted by this leetle alien at all!
(I can haz abduction plz?)
Just looked through the whole bunch of photos of Iris and Tristan (him as a tiny baby?) and they are soo beautiful! Want to nom them…Turned into gorgeous cats.
At that size could be a baby panther otter or bear.
The little head! The tiny feet! The toe beans! The looks my co-workers are giving me as I try and climb into my computer screen!
I’m with you kayouko… newborn animals are not quite cute yet…just like newborn pasickies.
*siiiiiiiigh* cuddle cuddle cuddle
Cute, cute, cute.
But is it really a claddagh ring? I have a claddagh ring with the traditional heart and crown. Just curious…
michelle – look at the other hand and you’ll see the claddagh ring.
I don’t have to eat it, I’m just gonna lick it! Mmmmm, sweetness!!
[keeses widdle behbeh head]