Friday, August 31, 2012

Found in the Sump Pump

I'll continue with the house tour next week. For today I'll wish you all a great holiday weekend. Eat some good farm-raised veggies and maybe a grilled leg of lamb. I put up a new recipe on our brand spanking new LEYDEN GLEN LAMB WEBSITE here!

Look what I found in the sump pump a couple weeks ago when I was cleaning out the basement freezers...... Nat and Cole are the black and white guys. Mia and Brie are the tortoiseshell girls.


Very good thing we didn't get a lot of rain. They are turning into sweet lovable kitties.

15 comments:

Nichole said...

What a surprise to find in the sump pump! Wow.

Gudrun Johnston said...

You have more kitties? Who do they belong to?

Kristin Nicholas said...

They are cousins to yours. We have a semi feral b/w tuxedo cat named Mittens who had them. Luckily I found them in time to socialize them. They are 5-6 weeks old. Really turning into sweet things if you know anyone in the market for a kitten.

Sarah said...

Nelson is so in love with Calvin that he wants to drive down for another :)

Ann said...

Oh God, these guys are totally adorable!

Gracey is not my name.... said...

Too freaking cute! I wish...birdies wouldn't like....

Lucy Chen said...

these kitties are perfect!

Dianne@sheepdreams said...

Really, really wish I was able to make the workshop next weekend now! I think one of those would love a new home in Kentucky!

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Lisa said...

Oh, those little faces! So very glad you found them in time to socialize. When will they be ready for adopting?

Sue said...

They are all so adorable. The little black and white one at the back looks exactly like our Lucy but without the black smudge on her nose.

Anonymous said...

OMG, they are so adorabley cute. Are you able to trap and fix the mommas?

Adaliza said...

What amazing kitties. Those blue eyes and the little chap's snowy muzzle and bib - he's a character already! I've just done a tutorial for Gypsy Rose (from way back in Feb) - have been using my wonderful Julia yarn blanket for chilly toes now that Autumn has arrived!

Missouri Gal said...

OMG! They are too cute!

Breanna S. said...

Wish I lived closer I would love to adopt one of your cuties!