Cute Overload :D
What do you do when you drop food in your lap? Do you just pop it in your mouf? Do you get a napkeen?
“Here’s Roo, the snorfy kitten, who wandered into our backyard and adopted us a couple days after Christmas last year.” -Hannah M.
Thees kitteh needs to relax.
I don’t understand the question. Dropped food is why you have a lap kitten isn’t it?
I love how the spots on his hind gams line up!
I would pop that little morsel in a heartbeat !
Clearly, Roo is very comfortable with the life decision he made.
They say Roo is a “snorfy kitten,” but where is the evidence? I insist on seeing evidence of snorfiness!
Eeww, so that’s a street cat you have on your lap?
Even better, Theresa, you could snorf him yourself. It’s called gathering empirical data.
She appeared in our yard, but I’m not sure that I’d call her feral (if that’s what you mean by a “street” cat) – she was a lot more comfortable around people from the get go than most feral cats I’ve encountered.
In any case, she’s wholly domesticated and she’s on my lap right now, over five months later, so I guess the short answer to your question is yep… oh, and I’m still alive.
Theresa – does this count as evidence? http://pinkchuckstotheprom.blogspot.com/2012/12/caturday-introducing-roo.html
Snorf– snorf! Yes, indeed. Snorfalicious!
And the problem with that would be?
PS can we have update picckies of Roo?
Oh, he’s having the Superman dream again . . .
AWW Roo, the snorfy kitten, is such a cutie, Hannah M. I hope you have many long and loving years with her
I don’t need a vacuum because I have my yorkies!!
sorry I took so long – here you are!
Oh THANK YOU!