Sunday, 20 May 2012

Posting Over The Next Few Days Might Be Light...

...as we have two new additions to the family:


Not been here 24 hours yet, and they've already pulled the router cable out of the back of the PC!

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ahh, a pair of Siamese kittens. One chocolate (seal?) point and one who looks a bit like the cinnamon point brother and sister we got in January after our chocolate point died. Plenty more mischief to come. One of ours knocked a neighbour's TV over only last week. Good luck, and keep us readers up to date, please!

Quiet_Man said...

Aw, they're just so cute.
(And a useful emergency meat supply come the collapse of society)

David Duff said...

Sucker! Be prepared to spend the next 20 years of your life in service without so much as a 'thank you'!

Captain Haddock said...

"Not been here 24 hours yet, and they've already pulled the router cable out of the back of the PC! " ..

Sounds as if you've imported another couple of "Ambush Predators" .. ;)

Macheath said...

Very cute indeed! The one facing the camera reminds me of a pet we named 'Wingnut', for obvious reasons.

(Though, judging by his/her expression, it might be safest to keep them away from bright light and water and never, ever feed them after midnight...)

obligato said...

Cats used to be worshipped as gods - .....they have never forgotten this

We had a silver tabby who used to chew ALL exposed cables; often somewhat warily, after a couple of 240V hair raising experiences, but it didn't stop him

Dick the Prick said...

Siamese are the best. I had one for 18 years and apart from him randomly ripping chunks of flesh off me was a top lad. They genuinely get poorly if not showed sufficient love but will also accidently execute any other cat, dog, small child, T Rex who happens to wander within clawshot. Good luck!

Uncle Badger said...

Congratulations on your new owners, Julia!

Tatty said...

Arrrr cutey puddytats ! After watching the Aristocats when I was very little I drove my mam insane slinking around the house pretending to be a siamese and singing the song. Always wanted one...sooo elegant...but ended up with 2 of the tubby heinz 57 moggy version of The Krays. Moggsters.

MacHeath - "Wingnut"...LOL

Anonymous said...

Notwithstanding scores of ruined home furnishings, I adored my two Seal points. It broke my heart when they died.

Henry Crun said...

Not a great fan of the Siamese cat. My friend's mum had two back in the 70s and a right pair of cantankerous old things they were. The male aka Scrapper, would lash out at anything and everything that wandered into his line of sight.

Anonymous said...

Siamese are just fabulous, and it's great to see you've got two, so they can be playmates. They are extra-affectionate, extra-demanding, extra-talkative, and extra-mischievous.

JuliaM said...

"Though, judging by his/her expression, it might be safest to keep them away from bright light and water and never, ever feed them after midnight..."

They're both girls - we already have an adult Siamese boy (whose nose is well out of joint) and a moggie who regards them with indifference.

"Siamese are the best."

They are indeed my favourites.

"The male aka Scrapper, would lash out at anything and everything that wandered into his line of sight."

Our boy's very gentle - never bitten or scratched, though he showed the new interlopers a very impressive set of fangs when ha first saw them.

JuliaM said...

"One of ours knocked a neighbour's TV over only last week."

*makes mental note to get a strap for the flat screen*

Bucko said...

Aaaaawwwwwwwww!!!

Greencoat said...

Why have you kidnapped Yoda?

JuliaM said...

When I got my first Siamese, the reaction of visitors was usually something along the lines of 'Lovely! But....he will grow into those ears, won't he?'