At Home With Mabel


Mabel came home last week!  She's been easing into her new life as our house kitty.  She's adapting amazingly well.  She spent a few days hiding under the girls' bunk beds, so we put her food and water tray in their bedroom.  She would only come out to use the litter box and to say hi if we were in the room.  Since then, though, she's been exploring more and more.  And she loves to play!  I haven't had a kitten in so long, and even then, I don't remember having one who liked to play this much!  

So I present to you:


"Get it, Mabel!  Get it!"

Did she get it?


She got it.


R.I.P. Yarn Ball

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  1. oh, sweet mabel! I love her! Glad she is home and happy. :)

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  2. I see from your blurb under your profile picture that I've been pronouncing your name incorrectly in my head.... sigh, so embarrassing, LOL!

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    1. Because I knew that, right? ;o) Trust me, I respond to everything, and rarely do I correct people anymore. Several people in the play I'm doing can't get it right, or they try to change the spelling. So I put it on my "about me" so at least my friends in bloggy land might know. ;o)

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  3. Mabel is adorable:) Sending her kitty hellos from our three: Faith (teeny tiny lynx eared tortie), Hope (lovable Mog-like tiger with, ahem, big bones)and Charlie Pumpkin (marmalade rapscallion extraordinaire).

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    1. Oh, wonderful names! Mabel is taking over the house! She is very affectionate and very playful. She's rather rough in how she expresses both. I have scratches on my hand to prove it. ;o) Our old girls, Katharine of Aragon (Katie) the Siamese, and Jenny (short-haired Abyssinian mix) are adapting. I think.

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