Tag Archives: Kitten

Who Doesn’t Love Baby Bunnies and Kittens–Beth Trissel

“It is impossible to keep a straight face in the presence of one or more kittens.” ~Cynthia E. Varnado “An ordinary kitten will ask more questions than any five-year-old.” Carl Van Vechten “A kitten is chiefly remarkable for rushing about … Continue reading

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Rescuing An Orphan Kitten

Excerpt from my award-winning nonfiction book Shenandoah Watercolors: “Elise and I found a bedraggled black kitten in a shadowed corner of the old barn huddled beside an ancient water trough. Manure and hay stuck to its fur and its head … Continue reading

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We Live With A Flying Squirrel–Well, Kind Of

Cats are sacred to our people.  These pics taken by daughter Elise are of kitten Pavel, pronounced Pabel, who grew from  a tiny sleepy little runt to a healthy, happy, busy kitty flying around the house. “Dogs come when they’re … Continue reading

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Writers and Cats~

We recently took in an unusual barn kitty, the part Siamese offspring of a tabby mama.  A tiny runt, Pavel (pronounced Pabel) was half the size of his robust litter mates.   We’re told he was born pink and hairless, … Continue reading

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