What do you see # 85 – A Roundup

After withstanding many months of pleading from my grandson, I finally caved in and adopted a stray, rescue kitten from a friend. It’s not as cute or adorable as this one but still he already feels like one of my grandkids to me. Lovable and fun. The reason it took me so long to acquiesce was that I’ve NEVER had a pet in my entire life. So it was a big adjustment. I had to learn everything from scratch. How to feed him, How to keep its litter clean, and the vet visits. Right now he has made himself at home in our living room and is busy exploring. Yesterday we had to rescue him twice from the top of the window curtain railing where he had blithely climbed but didn’t know how to come down. I am glad I took this decision. My grandson is over the moon.

Another week of fantastic and adorable responses from our blogging community. Please click on the links to read their contributions.

Kittysverses; Kitty tales

Chris Hall; Smitten

Deb Whitman; What do you see # 85

Tayyaba; World through the eyes of a kitten

Dakshali; What do you see # 85

Reena; Secrets

Mason; Cinema Cat-aclysm

Christine Bialczak; What do you see # 85

Di; Kitty lying

Susi; Here, kitty kitty !

Jules; Journal entry

Eugenia; Peek-a-boo

Shweta; Did someone said, fish!

Mich; To have or not to have

Jim; Not in the clique

June; What do you see # 85

Tessa; What do you see # 85

Lady Lee Manila; Heavens and hideaways for fun

Books and Bonsai; WDYS # 85

Kritika; Cartoon

Suzette ; Whisker

Shweta; A furball of cuteness

Jeff; Masterstroke or practical joke?

Happy Soul; Cat’s complaint

My heartfelt gratitude to all of you who read, commented and shared these posts.

I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm PKT.




63 thoughts on “What do you see # 85 – A Roundup

  1. i’m so. happy for you and your family! you will love him in no time – and i had to rescue my kitten from the empty bathtub. he kept sliding down when trying to jump out. )

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  2. What lovely picture this week.
    I am so sad I missed it.
    Our cat , Audrey, looks a lot like this picture. She is a mixed breed Persian with the same colouring.

    Your kitty looks adorable too.
    I am so glad you gave in to your grandson.
    Have fun both of you 💕

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  3. This is an awesome addition, I’m sure you’ll enjoy every minute with your kitten, Ma’am. A stray cat had given birth to her kittens in my mom’s garden and slowly those kittens grew up and gave birth to more. We enjoyed playing with them as long as they were with us. They got lost, we searched, rescued, they fell ill, we were tensed until they recovered. My mom literally was their cat mother, so many stories, so much fun. I’m sure you’ll have fun too. 🙂

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  4. I’m glad that you have Dinky. He looks so cute. 😍 I’m happy that you finally managed to get a picture of him. Great roundup, Sadje. I’m going to save this post and read all the entries later.

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  5. Dinky is so tiny and sweet. I love tabby cats (don’t tell Luna). My first cat (a tabby/tortoiseshell cross) used to climb the curtains right to the top of the rail too. Quite scary since the ceilings in that flat were very high.
    Kittens bring out the best in people; look at the turnout!
    Happy kitty sitting, Sadje! 🙂

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  6. Pets help us in so many ways. The purr of a cat comes in as a healing Hertz. 😀
    Good luck with your cute kitty. Watch what Dinky eats though… despite what some folks do, milk isn’t good for cats.
    Best to keep researching. 😀

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    1. Thanks Jules. “No milk” was the first instruction that I got from my grandson, even before he was home. I do keep on researching and asked the vet a lot of questions too. Thanks for your kind wishes

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