A Kitten's Schedule

On the drive home

The memories are flooding back from when we brought Dakotah home a few years ago. I had forgotten that a kitten's daily schedule is comprised of basically just three things:




In periods of 15 minutes each. Over and over again.

And anything they encounter is considered a toy. Pouncing on silk plant leaves, biting wiggling toes, attacking fluffy pillows, splashing full water dishes, chasing dangling shoelaces and yes, even batting at wind-swept vertical blinds.

But when the little mischief is THIS cute, how can I get mad?

Jealous, maybe.

But not mad.

8 People would rather be commenting:

Irene said...

What a cute little thing! No, you can't get mad at something that adorable. Is it going in the litter box?

Maureen said...

Yup, she is litter trained. She has her own little one upstairs, as the two we have for the other cats are in the basement (and so big, I am sure she couldn't get in and out of them yet!)

toners said...

Too cute!! I couldn't get mad at her either.....not when she looks like that!! :)

Cupcake Blonde said...

I so want one! I wonder if Portia and Nerissa would mind a little sister...I have always wanted a rag doll kitten and you just proved they are adorable and fun!

Ann(ie) said...

oooooooooooooooooh. gimme!!!!

Debbi said...

Oh I want her. Too cute.

Jill said...

Yeah I think I could live with that schedule! :-)

Janet said...

Awwww, what a sweet baby! Don't ya feel like a new mom again?? :-) Janet

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