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Monday, November 07, 2011


There was progress yesterday - 2 1/2 repeats of progress, to be exact.  Knit with a kitten in the lap.  The kitten in question passed out under the knitting and allowed me to knit without "assistance."  It was amazing.  It involved a 2 hour play session before the knitting, but I got to knit.

He Who Has Not Been Named is doing great and has been playing with Logan a bit.  There's no more hissing, growling, or puffing (except when he's taunting Logan by hopping sideways, then he's puffed up), but instead there are nose sniffs, purrs, and head butts.  Logan isn't sure what all this is, but he's being  sweet, trying not to get frightened by the enormous mountain lion that's giving him purring head butts, and trying to stay calm.  I think they'll be friends and conspirators in no time.



Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Sounds almost like kitty should be called "Lord Voldemart" - "He who cannot be named" ..... Nah, this is a NICE KITTY! Glad he let you knit for awhile -- he will get better, I'm sure!

9:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He obviously has an affinity for yarn. You could call him knitty. With a silent "n".

9:56 AM  
Anonymous LeAnnW said...

Well, our kitty is "Lacey"- named not after my knitting but keeping with our familily's tradition of giving our cats flower names: Thunderpaws' Queen Anne's Lace. She came into our lives while we had our first berner, Romy, and has befreinded our "bubba" aka Corso and his little sister Mia. Everybody gets along & Lacey has different games for both of them. She prefers chest-laying while supervising knitting, making the challenge to avoid the hair & tail plume!

12:56 PM  

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