Friday, April 9, 2010

Growing Babies!

Our new babies, Voltaire and Garth, are really growing. We got them a couple of weeks ago at a local animal shelter and they have already stolen our hearts. We took them to the vet for their first visit and second round of shots. They behaved themselves very well and got a clean bill of health. It is funny how each one of their personalities match each one of my girls who own them. How did that happen to work out? Anyway, they are growing faster than the weeds in my garden. (Maybe that is a slight exaggeration; the weeds are growing pretty fast.)

They have learned to climb up the curtains. (I'm not quite sure I like that!)

They have become very, very comfortable in their new home. (I think they have taken over.)

They didn't mind the car ride to the vet's office. (My doggies always get car sick.)

The best animal hospital for miles around is only five miles from my house. (How did we get that lucky?)

They were perfect little patients while at the doctor. (What angels!)

As you can see, they are growing into perfect young ladies. Just like their owners!


Roses and Lilacs said...

Oh, your poor curtains.

I can't believe your kittens are so relaxed in the car. My cats scream and cry every minute they are in the car. When we get to the vets, the cats seem to know that making friends with the vet is important. Maybe they think she will treat them better if they are very sweet:)

tina said...

They are growing really really fast!

jaz@octoberfarm said...

they are SOOOOO cute. i love their names too!!!

Necel from the Old House in Texas said...

Hey Carla... Your link worked beautifully on Fur Friends Friday. Thanks for sharing! The kitties are so cute.

Glenda said...

Love the blue, blue eyes - and the pic of kitty sitting atop the curtains!

Anonymous said...

Oh, they are sooooo adorable!!! And they are getting so big! Hope the curtains survive! :)
Happy weekend to you & yours,

sweet bay said...

They are adorable! None of my cats likes riding in the car (except on the way home), and I have to be so careful on curves when taking my oldest cat or she always gets sick.

My 2 indoor/outdoor cats are 12 this year and still remind me a lot of kittens.