It is Like There are Two Tiny Fat Monsters in my Apartment

Hey Internet! I realized I haven’t given you an update on Winston and Ellie May since we got them!

I know. Its horrible. YOU NEED YOUR KITTEN PICTURES. But… finals… That has been my excuse for everything for two months.

So. Kittens. I love them so much. And more important THEY LOVE EACH OTHER SO MUCH. They are best friends. They could care less about me and Adorabeezle. They have each other. I mean:

Cat Love 1 Cat Love 2 Cat Love 3 Cat Love 4 Cat Love 5

They are spoiled rotten, obvi, and have their own cat tree. They love it, but have also managed to destroy it a little – there are no longer mice toys attached to it.

 

They aren’t graceful #christmascameearly #elliemaywhovier

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For a long time, anytime anyone asked how the kittens were I would say “They are good. Just, you know, destroying everything we love.” And I stand by that statement. EXHIBIT A:

Tree Down

They are growing. They are basically butterballs. Both of them are rather rotund, I keep saying it is because they are about to go through growth spurts, but after Binx I MAY just have a penchant for raising really fat cats, only time will tell.

Fat Cat Ellie

Winnie Curl

Fat Cat Ellie 2

Mostly, we just really love them. I am obsessed with them and miss them terribly when I’m gone. Every two days I look at them and wonder how they have gotten so bug and then I cry…like actual tears… and that does not happen. I am a robot

So the cats are good. And if you want more updates, you should follow me on Instagram because around 85% of my posts are cat related.

#sorrynotsorry

 




2 Responses to It is Like There are Two Tiny Fat Monsters in my Apartment

  1. Julie says:

    They’re so cute! This is going to sound really strange, but your pictures make me want to give them tummy scratches to badly. I feel your Christmas tree pain though, ours didn’t actually get knocked over, but pulling 20lbs of giant orange cat out of the branches 3 times a day meant that by the 25th the lower half of our tree was droopy and unadorned. It’s a good thing he is such a sweetie.

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