cat shirts & accidentally a kitten

2020 06 09 2

Y’all know Zoey,  Rowan’s truck kitten, right? She’s home again for the week, having a wonderful time playing with the boys, & fits VERY nicely into a preemie size t-shirt.

It’s definitely too small on Loiosh though.

Loiosh, wearing the same shirt. It clashes with his fur SO MUCH & is, also, too small. He's sitting with his ears sticking out at Opinionated Angles.

But he was VERY patient & wore it for maybe five minutes.

He's still wearing it, trying to walk but not doing very well, which is fairly impressive when you can tell from a still photo.

We’ve also had a Visitor Cat coming around! She would sit outside my window, or on the front stoop, & sing sweet songs to my boys.

Night before last I finally talked her inside. She’s adorable & very sweet!

She is a tux cat, with a white belly & paws, black chin & ears, white muzzle rising to a white point between her eyes, which are yellow. She's got a tiny black beauty spot just to the left of her nose. She's sitting in a chair looking winsomely up at the camera.

… she also has balls, despite being clearly in heat & also clearly not a tomcat. I mean. Look at that FACE.

So the intersex cat decided that the house with three nonbinary people was clearly the place to go.

She's still sitting in the chair, but looking off to the left now. Her ears are black but the fur inside them in white. All of her whiskers are white, too.

She’s very sweet, entirely tame, & VERY much into loves. She also was completely okay with me sticking a harness on her & wore it without complaint for about five hours, so she’s got the potential to be a leashcat.

Looking down in the chair from above -- she's laying curled up now. Her tail & back are black, but the white of her chest comes up to her shoulderblades on both sides.

We’re gonna check her for microchips, & I made up flyers to put out. If we can’t find her people (she clearly had some, but hard to tell if she wandered off or was dumped :/ ) she’s already got a home with a friend of ours who is, appropriately enough, trans.

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