neener neener neener, LOL!!!All our kitties are "dumpers" as well. It warms my heart to see your crew health and happy--despite the titanium chipmunk force field! You CRACK me up, Knat!
Glad you enjoyed, Katnip!!
Oh, and the music worked!
I loved your cat/rescue video. You did an excellent job putting everything together with the captions and music.My fluffy orange kitty was a shelter rescue that was found abandoned on the side of a road. I enjoyed 19.5 wonderful years of his furry, orangey goodness and companionship.
Thank you Mo!Wow, 19.5 is an amazing age. I hope our guys live that long. You must have taken wonderful care of him!
I think it should be entitled 'How to torture your cats'.
I think you're right!
Domestic cats will eventually evolve to include centre-pops on their paws to break glass... when they do, we're all doomed.
That and thumbs. It's only a matter of time!
Great movie. Not so for the cats. Poor buggers have to live in such a tough environment.
I know, it's hell here!
This (you) just warms my heart. I just gave our two boys (adopted from an animal shelter) huge hugs.
Your boys are SO cute!!
Great video Natalie!
Thanks so much!
Well done, Knatolee! You did a great job on the video and a wonderful thing making a home for these sweet little kitties.
I'm so glad you enjoyed it!
Great video, love the tails moving in time to the music!
I made an effort syncing that up. ;)
That was a great video. Better yet was your message! Animals dumped in the country do not find cozy barns to live in. They starve, freeze and get hit by cars. Someone with a heart has to take them in and care for them. These fellahs are mighty lucky they found you!
So glad I heard the kittens meowing outside. I wonder how many I've missed? :(
Ahhh I loved that!!! Great job Knatolee!!!You made me laugh and cry!
Thank you! My work here is done. ;)
Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!