Thursday, July 26, 2012

Troublemaker Thursday

They probably thought I deserved it.

Eloise the crazy-eyed kitten after her bath last night.  I should have known she was plotting.

"We've had enough, Lady.  One day soon, when you least expect it, we will have our revenge."

"In the meantime, just go away.  I'm not talking to you."


Later that same day...

Oh look, someone has discovered the upper set of window sills.  (That would be Porter)

"Psst... Hey, guys!  You'd better get down from there.  The Lady's watching!"

Hmmm.... I think I've finally figured out how they keep pulling that piece down from the window frame.

Notice the intersection of head and blind.  (And he was the GOOD kitten!)

Sorry for the photo quality.  I had to take these through the glass door or else the stinkers would have come down for lunch!


Still  later on that same day...

((SIGH))  What else is new?

"How about this, Lady?  Is this new enough for you?  Hmm... tastes like chicken!"

I cannot sit down in the foster room without a sweet little Eloise parking herself in my lap.

"Sweet?  Whoops, I forgot..."  (This would be the point where she moved behind me and attacked the hem of my shirt... unmercifully at that.)


Uncle Norman pays a visit...

Someone (ahem) has been getting more and more determined to visit the kittens (or should I say, the kittens' food?)  He arrived with a less-than-attentive child, made a bee-line for the food dish, and completely ignored his niece and nephews.

Eloise hid behind the laundry basket.  Henry laid there on his side, looking over with an expression that just said "Dude!" in his very stoner way.  Porter worked up the courage to approach and just as he was getting ready to sniff Uncle Norman's ear, Norm started very loudly saying "Nom, nom, nom, nom, nom..."  I'm only guessing that translates to "I found it, kid.  Get your own."

I guess I shouldn't be too surprised.  This is the cat who gave me this...

and this...

and this...

Pardon the blur... it was hard to focus when the cat (with head completely stuck inside the Crazy Bread bag) was scooting around backwards throughout the house while licking cheese and saying "Nom, nom, nom, nom, nom....."


  1. Gotta love those crazy uncles (everyone has one). MOL

    Love that first picture - we agree - she is plotting something (and we aren't sure it was just the blinds).

    1. Yeah, I'm certain this isn't the end of her troublemaking. At least I know they're safely in the foster room at night so I don't have to sleep with one eye open.

  2. Oh my! Hiding behind every cute kitty (and child-mind you) is an evil no-good doer plotting his/her next move. I guess it's probably to late to tell you to run :P

    1. If I ran, they'd only catch me from behind. Those claws are sharp!

  3. Henry, the stoner dude. *hehehehe*
    And Porter, the good kid. Nice to know he’s a tiny troublemaker, too! He may even be the instigator of the whole ‘destroy the blinds’ project.
    They're all wonderful, thanks for sharing.

    1. I'm not sure, but I think Henry might have a bit of a nip problem. Porter might be the main protagonist in the blinds saga, but I still think Eloise is the mastermind. That girl doesn't miss a thing.