Marshall & Miss Kitty

This boy is my grandmother’s sweet one, Marshall. He is our surrogate Felix when we visit. They look so similar and have similar demeanor’s, though Felix has a pointier face and the big “M” is…well, Big!

Marshall is on time!

Marshall is on time!

Here is Jabba Jr. lounging on his “S”. He and his sister have shredded this thing, they love it so!

Marshall and his "S".

Marshall and his “S”.

And the Miss near her “S”. She’s all stretched out in her favorite pose.

Miss Kitty

Miss Kitty

While we vacationed, we got to meet our new “cousins”, Ricky and Kate (named after the characters on the show Castle, we were told). Now, you shall meet them, too!

Hey, RIcky, you're so fine...

Hey, Ricky, you’re so fine…

Isn’t he gorgeous! Such a shiny coat. But, he’s a Biter. Rawr!



He looks so much like Peter! Gahhh!

The Rickster

The Rickster

And sweet Kate:



She’s a love and a licker. I love her little pink nose!

Smiley girl

Smiley girl

And here she is after a battle with Feathers on a String!

Mardi Gras Kate

Mardi Gras Kate!

She’s so TINY, I can’t stand it!!!


About catfest

I adore cats. I like most animals, really, but I've always had cats in my life. They've been my friends, my brothers and sisters and now, my kids. Other than squealing about the adorability of my sweet, sweet children, I like to write (type), edit, paint and watch tv and movies with my awesome husband. I hope you like my 'blog! Smileys!
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1 Response to Marshall & Miss Kitty

  1. ladybug35 says:

    SO cute!!!!! I love the Miss Kitty and Kate the most!!!

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