x-posted from kittypix
I found this little demon on the stairs yesterday.
Like the sucker that I am, I brought it in, and like the demon that it is, it escaped my clutches before I could put it in a room by itself, and it is now hiding in the fireplace. The other cats are quarantined in the back two rooms. They are not happy about this new development, as they were only marginally accepting of last month's black kitten. That one is already spoken for, but this one is up for grabs!
If anyone in the Dallas area would like a black kitten, please comment here. I love this little demon-thing, but I really am overkittied.
Here are a couple more pics of the newcomer in the fireplace:
In order to take those pictures, I have to hold the camera behind the bookshelf and guess based on the hissing sounds where the cat is. Sorry about the complete lack of quality ^^
Here is the 5 month old Moofy. Moofy is a sweet kitty, but he terrorizes my older, bigger cats. He is what I would call a cat's cat. He is not up for adoption. Note how much he looks like the thing in the fireplace.
This guy, the Pharaoh. He is the pretty one. He is also the largest, and the most harmless. He has never scratched or bitten me, even in play. He has a milk mustache.
This is his butt:
Here he is showing off his beauty:
And last but not least, the first cat I started with a year and a half ago, Hepcat. He's the funny one. He sits like this all the time, even when there's nothing to lean on.
Here he is on the same bookshelf Pharaoh is on in the previous picture. To contrast the size of their butts. (Pharaoh's is bigger.)
Here's Hep and Pharaoh, caught in a compromising position by the papparazzi.
Yes it's a mess over there.