January 10, 2012
Kevin would like you all to know that he is very happy to be here. He hadn’t even been here five minutes and he was totally comfortable, getting into stuff, flopping around looking for belly rubs, cleaning himself. . . the only reason it took a whole 5 minutes is because the first 4 were spent in the bathroom with me getting all of the poop washed off him from pooping all over himself in the car (early in the trip, and in switching the towels I got covered in it myself and then he pretty much immediately peed on the new towel anyway and it was fairly miserable but even then he took it mostly in stride) (except for being lifted out of the car on the side of the highway, he hated that). Also while I had him on the floor in a strange new place with a wet rag scrubbing at his fur and poop everywhere and all this right after a scary car ride with strange people, he was purring like crazy as if this was the funnest thing ever. Weirdo.
Kevin likes snuggles, belly rubs, food, tripping people, jumping on the counter, jumping on the table, and especially jumping up onto the piano keys. I’ve now got a whole collection of plastic animals lined up along the keys to prevent him from climbing over from the window seat. Because I hate fun. According to Kevin. He makes up for all of his annoying badassery with enthusiastic cuddling, though, so I think we’re going to keep him.
You guys, I am SO HAPPY to have a cat again.
Posted by jodi on January 10, 2012 at 11.14pm
Categories: crazy cat lady
Comments on "meet kevin!"
this post made me really happy : )
i have to keep books propped up on my laptop when im not using it so my fat cats don’t destroy it. i should invest in creepy red eyed plastic deer instead.
ps your couch is amazing.
Yay for Kevin! He’s one lucky kitty! He’s also quite handsome and I see he already knows how to work the ladies.
I with Samantha, thank you for sharing and making my day!
Ha – he is adorable – happy new kitty!
Welcome Kevin! I love the pink nose, super cute. Life is not as good without cats.
Posted by Rachel T on January 17, 2012 at 2.28pm :: link
hey, we have that cow too.
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