At the House of LadyLee... We like to keep it smurfy!
Monday, December 15, 2014
Hello there, Mitch!
There's a new fellow in the house.
Mitchell Lamar! Or Mitchell Tyrone. Not sure what he's going to be named. I may name him Eugene. That's what my brother's name was suppose to be. Or maybe Samuel Lamar. Or maybe Mitchell Samuel Eugene Lamar Tyrone. Who knows. He hasn't really told me his name yet.
His name is Mittens, but I like full human names. Just in case I need to get a SSN for him and do some tax stuff. (Just kidding).
Most likely, his name will be Mitchell, after LadyTee's dog that just died. Rest in peace, Mitch. She's always had a dog named Mitch, even since high school. And you know Tyrone comes from the late Oscar-Tyrone.
He's such a sweet kitten. Very quiet. Very loving. So velvety soft. And he likes to cuddle and head butt me. But he is very quiet. Maybe he's just getting use to new surroundings.
He's a month younger than Callie Jo, but outweighs her by a pound.
I love his little white tip tail.
He'd been trying to sleep...
And then he actually got a little shut-eye.
It wasn't a great idea to do that, because there was Sister Callie Jo to consider...
You can tell... she is PISSED.
She is furiously writing in her Diary of an Angry Orange Woman. Writing hard in big bold angry cramped crooked letters.
"Sister Callie," I had to keep saying. "Sister Callie, calm down."
It was funny when I first walked in the house with him. He jumped out the box and saw her and was like "Oh, a cat. I will walk up to her."
Callie's eyes got big and she expanded to twice her size and was walking on tip-toes.
Mitch backed up. I could see it in his eyes.
"This broad is crazy."
So she is all angry and scatting left and right.
He stayed in a cage last night. And he wailed most of the night. No sir, can't play with you. Callie was on alert, circling his cage early on before I went to bed.
He's in an upstairs bedroom now, his "safe place". (I didn't get this all together, as I was told that the adoption would be in a week or so). But I did all that this morning.
I have to keep them separated. I will switch their bedding in another couple of days. And as soon as they start playing under the bedroom door, then I will let them get together.
Then they can DUKE it out.
I think Callie will win that one. It's her house. And he is so docile.