Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Did somebody say Kitty?

Hello, we interupt your regular knitting schedule to bring you a great disturbance in the knitting force...... the Simon!!!
Seriously, it's hard to keep knitting with him around, I just want to play with him all the time.......
I have to say naming him was hard.... I kept thinking of Chrissy's kitty Redd! He is a gorgeous marmalade guy! I love this little guy to bits although he hasn't really melowed out yet.... but hey he's like two and a half months old! He get's to be easily distracted for a while! LOL
So good progress on the Hunters vest, no pics of that today.... but maybe next post I will share some stagette pics!!

9 comments:

Uli said...

We just got a kitten, too and they are so wonderful!!!

Chrissy said...

He's such a cutie! Keep the cat pics coming!

I love the name Simon! He does look an awful lot like Redd. Redd says "hi" to Simon, btw.

Toni said...

How cute! And I hope the only interference your knitting ever gets from him is being distractingly cute. Cute goes a long way in forgiving playful kitties, but won't save your knitting.

Word to the wise: wooden needles look like chew toys to cats--even if they're rosewoods....

:)

Bea said...

What a cutie!

Cas... said...

How cute! I love him! My cat is 11 years old but I remember his kitten days. BUCK WILD! I loved it and I was glad to have experienced them.

Jan said...

He is seriously cute. We just had to put one of our cats to sleep so it's wonderful to see a young happy little guy. Have fun!

Heather D. said...

Hey, a follow up to your comment on my blog about the salsa. The recipe I used was from that Small Batch Preserving book that you told me about! So unless you're aiming for something that tastes like antipasto, don't make it! Or maybe it WAS the same recipe you used the first time! haha

~Knitting Up A Storm~ said...

Yeah, seriously. Everyone wants one now. I need to find some cheap wool soon, or i'm gonna go bankrupt. lol. It does require a lot of yarn.

Ilix said...

Hi Redd!!! (from Simon)