Caturday Mornin’ Crackin’ Up With Kevin & Olive

image“Kevin the Kitty, Olive is the pup. Cuz she looks like Olive The Other Reindeer from the book. Both are rescues or maybe they rescued me. Kevin the Kitty thinks he’s a dog. He’ll follow the dogs if they run to the door to bark at the mailman. Often I feel like Olive is the smartest in the room, including humans.”
From Cuteporter Christy H.

Comments

  1. Couple things here. 1.) That cat face is super funny cute and happy. B.) It looks like the pooch and kitteh have phased into each other!

  2. Rhonda B. says:

    Olive is all like “yea, this is my big brother Kevin and he will kick your butt if you mess with me.” ;)

  3. Ooops I meant Kevin is all like “yea, this is my big brother Olive and he will kick your butt if you mess with me.” LOL ;)

  4. What a smile! :)

  5. I know what you mean about being rescued, Christy H. My kittehs rescued me.

  6. They are both lovely and the kitteh could not look more content!

  7. Sweetest picture I’ve seen in a long time. Yep, they sure do rescue us, a favor we can never fully repay.

  8. Kitteh is collar-free and content.

  9. Mikeyfur says:

    I wasn’t familiar with Olive the Other Reindeer so had to look it up. And Christy H is right! Spitting image. But Kevin’s little face is simply the sweetest thing ever. Made me smile just to look at him.

  10. Rocky, that is exactly what I thought! Not in exactly your words, mind you, but I had the thought that they looked like one creature! Awesome!

  11. AWW :D Olive the dog treats dear sweet Kevin the kitty as his little brother :D I hope you have many long and happy years with them, Christy H. :D

  12. Jenny Islander says:

    Anybody who thinks that animals are meat-robots has never seen a kitteh smile.

  13. Does Kevin get outside walkies with harness when Olive goes out. This picture shows the power that pets bring to our lives, thank you.

  14. Matchingks!

  15. Conjoined twins?

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