Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: I like to arrive fashionably late. Anywho, Another busy week here at the B4 house, as we now have 12 more additions to the household. Rosemary's first clutch is now completely hatched and we only lost two eggs this time, so we're pretty pleased with the results.[fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]Mo is now enjoying sitting next to the terrarium and watching the lizards run around, but I also think he likes it because no other cat jumps up there and he can be left alone. More pics of the kittehs here shortly, but a BIG thank you to Lilyspad. It is a greatly appreciated gift.
Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: And here we begin with the Dawwww moments. The kittehs will now be five weeks old tomorrow, and they are just all over the place now that they have graduated to the living room. The wife's red couch is now ground zero for them for some reason, but things are going well with all of them. Uncle Piggy for some reason seems a little scared of them, and Uncle Mo stays far away. Aunt Fatty Waffles is another one who has nothing to do with them, but momma Scampi is doing a great job with all of them, especially during feeding throw down when Sashimi Fettucini and Moo Shu Tiramisu decide to start a fight over who goes where. So to start with, here's Sashimi and me after I thought I'd take a nap for a while, but was rudely interrupted.[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x960]And when I try to be on my couch, the result is the same.[fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]Probably the last time they all sleep like this, seeing as how they don't really all fit in there anymore.[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x960]Moo Shu, and the great stretch out sleep.[fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]Not to be out done, Pu Pu Pasta does the back stretch sleep also.[fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]And then there's our little S-H-I-I-T-A-K-E Parmesan, the little loner. She's content to go off on her own and prefers to be left alone during play time.[fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]
MaudlinMutantMollusk: If anyone is interested; after nearly 5 weeks, Puki came home tonight. Getting him the last few yards took some time, but he's here and purring his furry little ass off/rotten little bastard is about half the weight he was when he left//but he's home!
James72: Happy Caturday everyone!Sorry I haven't been around much in the past few weeks.So, last week, my vet stopped by to do Sophie's pre-op bloodwork and exam.She recorded it for her TV show.Even though this is embarrassing, here is a link to the episode with me and Sophia. http://tailsfromthecatdoctor.ewave.tv/Let me know what you think.
John Buck 41: yobbery: DoomsDayAardvark: yobbery: Sickapie: The Ice Queen: Sickapie: DoomsDayAardvark: Sickapie: The Ice Queen: lilyspad: The Ice Queen:Rogues rock. Nice cars![www.smugmug.com image 480x360]/ I'm a hardcore nissan fan.// ...and what did you think would happen?/altimaMy experience with new cars since I could afford my first new car in 19861986 Buick Skylark...prettiest car you've ever seen in the service bay..where it spent most of its life.1990 Nissan Stanza - Awesome!1992 Nissan 240sx - Awesomer (small mid-life thing going on)1994 Nissan Sentra - Money probs...had to trade out the 240 :o(1996 Mercury Villager - I cheated...It was really a re-branded Quest with more options.1996 Ford Windstar?- Ford gave me a great deal when I returned the Villager. It was a nice van though.1998 Nissan Altima. - For the Wife.2000 Nissan Frontier 4X4 Crew cab - Bright Yellow - My baby, I had this one the longest.2004 Nissan Sentra - Rare model with the 2.5 liter. A rocket. It was for the wife but my testosterone picked it.2008 Nissan Versa - For the wife. The Sentra was too powerful for her...My bad!2009 Nissan Murano SL - I'm getting old2012 Nissan Murano SL - Loaded. I'm officially old.None of these Nissans (and the Fords) ever gave me any problems. The Buick on the other hand couldn't go two weeks without a trip to the shop.Wow, Sorry for the wall of text. That turned into a trip down memory lane.Have a cat. [www.smugmug.com image 406x304]Lemme guess. Big Nissan fan?//I remember when the company was called Datsun. Bet you do too.
syzygy whizz: professional_vampire: catmandu: lilyspad: tigerose: lilyspad: The Ice Queen: lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 480x526]Whew! For a minute there I thought I was out of beer!! But then, I checked the frig....still have one left!! WOOT!!I don't have beer but I have WoodchuckWell, I do have a bottle of Edmund Fitzgerald but not sure you want to drink it. I've had it for 3 years.What can I say, the bottle is really freaking cool :)I don't know what either one of those are, but.....hey! Bust 'em open!!! :DWoodchuck is hard applecider..also known as Apple Jack..and Edmund Fitzgerald is made by the Great Lakes Brewing Co. and is a dark beer. I like it, very smooth. No bitter finish.Oh, okay! That sounds nice! I'm not really much of a micro-brew kindof person. I have a boring palate, but I am always up to trying something different. I usually end up not liking it, though. I'm a cheap date.... :DActually, Apple Jack is apple brandy (aka US made calvados). Woodchuck is yummy!I do have a bottle of mead in the fridge. (White Winter Winery from Northern Wisconsin and really tasty).A woodchuck who may not be apple but he does look a bit hard:I had some mead for the first time last Saturday night at Litha ritual - I was rather surprised by how good it tasted.Mmmm....mead.I gots a batch going right now...well, two actually. One is spiced orange mead, the other is going to be flavored with rose.For those of you playing at home and going 'So what's the difference?', mead is made from fermented honey while wines are made from fermented fruit. Beers, ales, etc. are from fermented grains.Ya wanna watch out for those smooth, sweet meads. They have very little alcohol 'bite'...but they can kick like a Missouri mule.Mine usually come out at 20-23% alcohol. Commercial wines are usually around 9-10%.~*~*~*~*ACHEIVMENT UNLOCKEDLast night the Raven-Casper interaction progressed from 'Tag' and 'Hide-n-Seek' to wrestling.Unfortunately it happened at about 4A, so ...
Salem Witch: sno man:That cat looks like he can take care of himself...But he'll be back. He's just got some cool cat stuff to do.He must be. But he is so cross-eyed, I make sure to call his name as I approach him. If I don't he runs away.[imageshack.us image 640x480]
dopekitty74: Yikes.. 666 comments, and mine was the 666th... oh noes!
Real Women Drink Akvavit: dopekitty74: Yikes.. 666 comments, and mine was the 666th... oh noes!I think this means you must go out and buy a heavy metal album and drink lots of beer while swinging your hair around wildly. I will send trainers for you.[www.gifcrap.com image 280x280]
dopekitty74: Real Women Drink Akvavit: dopekitty74: Yikes.. 666 comments, and mine was the 666th... oh noes!I think this means you must go out and buy a heavy metal album and drink lots of beer while swinging your hair around wildly. I will send trainers for you.[www.gifcrap.com image 280x280]This is a doable event... Also will need weed though...
John Buck 41: dopekitty74: Yikes.. 666 comments, and mine was the 666th... oh noes!I too, hate when that happens. Or when a store purchase totals that amount.
lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 382x512]I got burgers ready to grill later. Added chopped onions and mushrooms, and some worcestershire . Should be good! I'm also going to throw on some smoked brats just for shiats and giggles.UH_OH!!!! THUNDER!!!! BBL...
Quite Pleased for MMM that rotten Puki finally came back home.Tnx RWDA for head banging gif. That may prove useful sometime.
laulaja: Quite Pleased for MMM that rotten Puki finally came back home.Tnx RWDA for head banging gif. That may prove useful sometime.[i.imgur.com image 600x450]Baby kitten found in my back yard posted to imgur 6 hrs ago (reddit 1st) by Name NSFWCoulda/shoulda bolded Cat Minder in my previous, she feeds gang of ferals nr where she lives
DoomsDayAardvark: Did anybody else look at this[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x960]And see this?[faculty.tcc.fl.edu image 419x460]
quantum_jellyroll: Just for shiats and giggles, I set a box out on the porch to see what the feral kittywould do with it. True to form, it would appear it's an instinctual urge...[reneau.smugmug.com image 700x500]
Also pleased to see/read Llois again after rather a while.& MMM: If anyone is interested; after nearly 5 weeks ...how can you believe we wouldn't be interested? Just because the typed imprecations for Puki to git his furry tail home & stop worrying you ceased, doesn't mean the mental ones didn't continue. Worked, even tho took rather a while --
parasol: maynerd - I am very familiar with the tokay (aka "f- you lizard") variety of gecko - can't tell from your pic if this is one (they are greenish with reddish spots) Insects are a great bet - beware they tend to eliminate almost whole (like people with corn) - avoidover bright lights if it is a tokay - they are nocturnal/crepsucular. The ones here eat palmetto bugs with much glee. I've some that are close to a foot long - and they will let you know if they are threatened enjoy - they are neat creatures
maynerdkitty: parasol: maynerd - I am very familiar with the tokay (aka "f- you lizard") variety of gecko - can't tell from your pic if this is one (they are greenish with reddish spots) Insects are a great bet - beware they tend to eliminate almost whole (like people with corn) - avoidover bright lights if it is a tokay - they are nocturnal/crepsucular. The ones here eat palmetto bugs with much glee. I've some that are close to a foot long - and they will let you know if they are threatened enjoy - they are neat creaturesMy little nephew came out from central California to visit the farm. Before he left we took the gecko out to the willow tree by my clothes line. He let it go and we saw it run into some leaves. He put the little dinosaur and dolphin statues from the jar in the base of the tree so it would know where home was. He named it Gustav. My sister thought it was a banded gecko, it was orangy tan and had a black and white striped tail. Cool little thing but I don't want the bother of feeding it, and I want it out in the garden eating those bugs.
lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 640x427]Bigger one on the North side of the house...
OlderGuy: John Buck 41: dopekitty74: Yikes.. 666 comments, and mine was the 666th... oh noes!I too, hate when that happens. Or when a store purchase totals that amount.Really just a number.... I have black cats and do walk under ladders..
John Buck 41: OlderGuy: John Buck 41: dopekitty74: Yikes.. 666 comments, and mine was the 666th... oh noes!I too, hate when that happens. Or when a store purchase totals that amount.Really just a number.... I have black cats and do walk under ladders..I have a black cat but still don't like having one cross in front of me while I'm driving. And I have no problem walking under ladders.
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