Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Hahaha... these are great!!!
Terrific!I wish I could do the same...
haha love the little frog ribbeting in the corner....lol...fun fun
They are delightful. And the frog is the image of patience.
I bet it took a long time to train them to act in that story. Or there again, perhaps it came naturally.
They are naturally gifted, Alan.
Vicki, your aerialists have given me reasons to giggle over breakfast coffee.Many thanks to you and the performers!xo
Wonderful - you have such a great way of seeing into their minds! I bet every kitty would like a playground like that.
Meant to say 'boop' is my new favorite word. I wonder if anyone will boop Mr Assad?
Isn't it sad that your kittens can't find anything to amuse themselves?I wouldn't even be able to watch them playing up so high for fear they'd fall. They never will (knock wood) but my heart would still be in my throat.
Miss Suzie Hutchins spent a lot of time sitting on that railing and feeling superior to the rest of us. Only Angeline gets up there at present; the Cory cat is content to stay on the floor.
Beautiful and such fun to watch, I'll bet!
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