Friday, May 13, 2011

Ember Report Part Deux

Last week, we reported on the progress of a certain kitten about farmhouse. This week's report comes from Miss Ember herself. And why not, because when you have a ten week old kitten in the house, does anything else really matter?


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14 comments:

texwisgirl said...

oh, she's a keeper!!! all you need is 3 more like her!

teekaroo said...

That shot of her in the blossoms is so pretty!

Buttons said...

She is so cute I love your captions. B

Deb said...

She's gorgeous! And her verbal skills are amazing.

Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

So absolutely sweet. Just love her!! Cute post.
Staci

MJ said...

Ember, I believe you could have a blog all your own. I love you!!!

Anke said...

She's beautiful! And Mama did a great job photographing her...

Cheryl said...

She is quite a little character!

Dog Trot Farm said...

Here in Maine we would say Ember is a "keepa"! What a sweet little face that precious kitty has, looking forward to more Ember updates! Hugs from Maine, Julie.

dogsmom said...

Miss Ember, you do have your own take on things. I look forward to more reports from you.
That is a nice carriage you found, if only your humans would get the hint and take you somewhere in it.

Jamie said...

So adorable!!!!Our two boy cats live in the barn and drink and sleep with the chickens.Never had even harmed one hair on a chick.Even though their job is for the mice(that just haven't figured that out yet)hahaha
Hopping over from the Barn Hop
Please stop on over for a visit

Mama Hen said...

She is darling. I think she has her humans trained well.

SparingChange said...

Holy cuteness! She is adorable. We tend to get "stray" kittens. The last couple have come when we were on vacation (coincidence? I think not.)

We have a fuzzy orange one, and two days later, I found another one in a ditch meowing while out on a walk with the puppy. As soon as I brought him out of the ditch, he followed us home. We think they may be brother & sister. Of course, this was last year, so they are bigger now. But we agreed, NO MORE ANIMALS! Of course, if a cute little fuzz-ball comes and needs some love, we HAVE to take it in.

from my front porch... said...

OMG! I am drooling!

Over the weekend, a sweet little grey kitty showed up :)
About six months old, she is still wary of us. Last night she let me scoop her up! I was able to get flea/tick med on her, now I need to get her fixed!
We have had a male cat here since we moved in. We call him BD. 'Cause he is the daddy of Brutus! We cannot even get close to him. And I am worried we may have another litter of kittens.....
J asked me if I did my thing, since the kitty showed up :)

I just adore Ember! Those pics capture her little self!
xo, misha
LYLAS