This is Lady. She came with that name. We get a lot of cast off critters, I'm not sure why--we even found one poor puppy half frozen in our garbage can once. She thinks she is hiding in this picture. Lady is a few crayons short of a box and the crayons she does have are pretty dull.
This is old man Sprinkles. Kinda looks like he is sneering at me--he may be I guess--but he also has a little snaggle tooth thing going on.
This is Polo--there was a Marco--her brother--he is no longer with us--it was a sad day---enough said for a PG site
I NEED TO INSERT A LITTLE DISCLAIMER IN HERE:When Bob Barker tells you to help control the pet population and get your animal fixed--you should listen. The next 4 cats are what happens when you don't. Oh--that sounds a little creepy doesn't it--it's not, I promise.
Yes, these are 3 different cats. Oh dear, I seem to have forgotten to get a picture of the mama--no worries, she looks just like them. She is not a very nice cat to people but obviously that didn't carry over to male cats because the 3 cats are step brothers---not the same father. I will never ignore Bob or Drew ever again--I promise.
AND....a par..tri..dge...in a pear tree
Or a Jasper in a bird cage--
whichever is easier--
People who know me from my pre-Daniel Boone days find this animal overload thing immensely humorous. Just so you know--they are all outside critters except for Jasper--he tried life on the outside once--it was not a good thing. The kitties can come in and visit but can never have a permanent pass. Now you know the secret burden that I carry.....
PS--This is my favorite scene from Evan Almighty--I love to yell it out randomly when I am driving my children around--it is always an attention getter. Random is awesome.