Friday, July 22, 2011

Formerly Feral Friday

biped...."Baby J does not like hands. I think it's part of the feral in him. He does however like arms and will run across the room and jump into your arms."



biped...."He also likes pants with little ties on the cuff. I have no clue why the manufactorer put them on because they're always untied dragging on the floor, now with a kitten holding on to them."



biped...."Yes BJ likes his nip. Remember the pink mouse that BJ drowned? Well I put it outside on the little porch and something came along and took it. Maybe there's a baby armadillo out there playing with it."



biped...."You all have a nice safe and cool weekend."

10 comments:

Random Felines said...

You guys stay cool as well. Tell Joplin that hands are ok but not to nom the fingers!!

Katnip Lounge said...

Sweet Baby J...maybe you need your biped to put on a glove with some catnip to help overcome your hands-off policy.

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Joplin sounds like a real character!

Furkidsmom said...

We're MOL @ the thought of those strings with a kitten attached!!

The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

Daisy said...

Little Joplin is just too, too adorable!

Kwee Cats said...

Oh, Joplin, we dis keep falling more and more in love with you! You gots some good kitty pawrents! We are so sorry about the little pink mouse. We never thought something else would take it like that. Oh well, we are sure whatever took it, they haveing some fun now!

You have yourself a good weekend, little Cutie! Gosh you sure are sweet. We dis love you somthing awful.

Angel and Kirby said...

Baby J is so sweet!

OKcats said...

Baby J, you're silly. I think maybe I should take you all up on your offer and ship Zoe out there to hunt deer for the weekend. She's totally bonkers these last few days - maybe a vacation is just what she (and we all) needs!

Your friend, Fuzzy

KarenMcG said...

Baby J looks like he's got a pretty good grip on that nip! Cute, that he is, too.

Lin said...

I think armadillos like toys too. And they would have lots of them if humans adopted them too. ;)