Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009 | Author:

It’s hard to come up with a Christmas present for blogger buddies, but based on the popularity of my “kitties” videos, I think I’ve done it.

Since we rescued, adopted, and named the tiny Pumpkin, Princessa, and Peanut a couple months ago, they have grown by leaps and bounds …  literally.  :)   When they’re not leaping and bounding, they’re sleeping … here, there, and everywhere.  So that’s what this compilation video is about:  leaping and bounding, alternating with sleeping, like the cats they will become, all set to the Nutcracker March.  I have to give much of the credit to my granddaughter, who has diligently been taking photos and videos since the trio arrived on the scene.

So Merry Christmas to all my friends out there – enjoy!  [especially to Breezey:  welcome home!]

P.S.  If you really like Schizokitties, you could go to Youtube and give it some rating stars.  Who knows, maybe it’ll go viral.  :)

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4 Responses
  1. OMGOMGOMG! They are SO adorable! And, um, busy! I love them all!! They sure like that fuzzy yellow bird, don’t they? Sweet dog, too. :)

  2. OH MY GOODNESS! I HAD TO WATCH IT TWICE! Those little guys are adorable! They knead the big fuzzy duck and play with the dog’s tail! And your human ladders are VERY tolerant. ;)

  3. threecollie says:

    That is fantastic! All three of the kids and I just sat here laughing and laughing as we watched that….and we went quickly to rate five starts on youtube. Merry Christmas!

  4. akagaga says:

    @Mrs M. Of course they’re adorable … and busy. :) And yes, they like the big fuzzy duck so much that his head is starting to get flattened. :)

    @Alice The human ladders are tolerant as long as they’re wearing heavy clothes. It’s not so cute when the claws leave red streaks on the flesh. And the dog is getting a little sick of furry monsters who jump on her head and chew on her tail.

    @3C Glad you enjoyed the beasties – and thanks for the youtube rating!