It was Kitty Krazy Hour. It happens once or twice a day around here, when all three little beasties – Pumpkin, Peanut, and Princessa – tear around like maniacs doing bank shots off the furniture (and the dog) and generally create feline chaos. I just try to stay out of the way.
Then I went out into the kitchen and discovered that, once again, they had knocked over the trash. It happens right after it’s been emptied. They jump on it, and with no weight, it goes flying. This time, though, something was a little different. Can you Find the Kitty?
Hmmm, they’re a little harder to find today, aren’t they? Give up? Say “Uncle!” Okay, I’ll have mercy.
What happened is that, when I went out to the kitchen, I reached down to stand the trash back up – only it wouldn’t move. It felt like it was cemented to the floor … or was full of cement. This baby just would not stand back up. Well, you’ve probably guessed by now. It wasn’t full of cement – it was full of kitties. So I lifted the lid and they looked at me and said, “Hey, you found us! This is a great new place to play. Wanna join us?”
I forgot to use the flash for this one, which may or may not add a degree of difficulty, but can you Find the Kitty?
Isn’t he cute? In case you’ve forgotten, this is Pumpkin Spice, aka the ringleader. And here’s a bonus photo. They’re not hard to find, but they’ve slept like this since they were very little. Do you think they’ll ever outgrow the “kitty pile?”
And because everybody seems to like the action shots, here’s another short video. Note there’s no audio on this one, so do not adjust the volume.
When you haven’t had kittens in a while, you just think how cute they are and you forget the things they do. When you get three of them, it doesn’t take long for them to remind you.
That said, can you Find the Kitty?
This is Pumpkin, the ringleader of the kitty gang. If there’s a place in the house that he hasn’t explored yet, I don’t know where it is. He spent quite a while up there. Even when he’s being a “bad kit!” he’s still cute, isn’t he?