Sunday, September 30, 2007

Easy Like Sunday...Finally.



Of course he's worn out. He spent all Saturday and most of this morning chasing every one of us, despite Mom's telling him repeatedly, "Do not tease William" and despite Caroline screaming like someone dropped a piano on her foot whenever he got too close. Mom finally got out the Dreaded Water Bottle and he finally calmed down. Now we're on to Phase Two–which is I have to eat everything in sight within two seconds because I only got one morsel a day for a hundred years in the shelter (which I've already been through with both Olivia and Caroline)–so we're all eating dinner in shifts in different rooms. ::Sigh::

I was never this much trouble.

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  1. of course you wasn't. hopefully he will learn his manners and his place on the totem pole quickly.

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  2. What a tiny good boy you are. Your new brother is pretty cute, albeit a pest.

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  3. William, I can only hope it gets better. I would love to have another cat but I doubt Momma will let me!

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  4. A GINGER BOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Nice addition and he will learn his manners soon.

    P.S. He needs to join the Gorgeous Gingers!

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  5. ahhh sownds lyk hes hafing a blast there and feels comfy wiff yoo all. thats a gud sign.

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  6. Looks like he is fitting right in. Reminds Momma of Precious, who just absolutely took ofur the whole house! Some cats are like that.

    We all eat in separate rooms cuz of Mittens stomach issues and I know, for a fact, I am not eating as well.

    Patches

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  7. Hehehehehe... sounds like he is going to be a handful, but probably loads of fun! He looks pretty crashed out on that pillow there!

    Tara

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  8. Of course you weren't as much trouble. Maybe you could teach Russell to scread TP and Paper Towels instead of chasing you and your sisters.

    Won't be long till he learns his place.

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  9. A gorgeous ginger boy - happy day! I'm sure he will learn to behave himself. I agree with Shilgiah, you need to teach how to shred TP and paper towels. And of course a tiny boy like you would have never been this much trouble!

    -Jasper McKitten-Cat

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  10. Hi Russell! I bet you calm down after you figure out that there will always be food and shelter for you! Wm. you are wonderful opening up your home to a new brother!

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  11. As long as he stays away from the weatherstripping things will be fine.
    He really is zonked out isn't he?!

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  12. Passed out on the couch looking all innocent - right! Stand your ground William - he still need to learn the ropes.

    Midnite & Stray Kitty

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  13. It'll take a little time for everyone to adjust.

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  14. Maybe with time you can teach him some manners :)

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  15. I feel for ya William. Dang young wipper snappers!!!
    Hope you can teach him da rules.If not? Whap him!!!

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  16. tell your Mom she's a nice lady for takin' Russell in. i bet you'll get to be good friends!

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  17. Chasing? Really? That sounds like fun. Lucy would never run when I tried to chase her - she just sat there and growled till I was forced to attack her.
    He's a cutie!
    Grr

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  18. Well, at least he's out. Jake is still in solitary only out for supervised visits. Even I am kinda feeling sorry for him. Hopefully Russell will calm down in a few days.

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  19. Of course you were never any trouble Willy, neither was I but Big Red is still here!!!!! Want to elope?

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  20. omg but my momma laughed at that picture -- Russell crashes on the sofa the same way my baby (human) brother used to!

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Wowee meowee.