Saturday, August 16, 2008

Multimedia Catblogging

I'm going to try to post a kitten video so that you guys can see Ray/McLovin. I took a video with my camera because I assumed my parents and in-laws would want to see how he can walk. But the video is 50MB and this was the only way I could think of to share it. Fermi - try to top this for catblogging!


Dianne said...

Oh Man he's adorable and clearly quite active!!

I love all the books you have

Jackie said...

what a cutie! I can totally see how you would have fallen in love with him!!

Anonymous said...

Ray reminds me of the kitten in the book "Millions of Cats."


Sylvia said...

Yes, he really is cute! I can't wait to see him.

Christopher said...

What an adorable little guy. He doesn't seem to let his bad leg slow him down. Thanks for posting that.

Beth said...

He really is adorable. My cat is really an old man now, but still so active when it comes to play.

Hot4Teacha said... darn cute!! I will always think of him as "Tripod" but man, does he get around well!! That's way cool.

magnetbabe said...

That's only a small fraction of the books. Dean and I are both compulsive book buyers. We need a bigger place.

Thanks! We think he's pretty cute too. ;)

I haven't read that book. Perhaps I'll check it out. The best part is despite his handicap, he also reminds me of ever other kitten I've ever met.

We can't wait for you to meet him either. We've been trying to figure out how to get him to stop growing so darn fast!!!

He sure doesn't! He got a time out in the middle of the night last night for playing blanket monster too much while we were trying to sleep.

Even our senior kitty (just turned 8) is still very active if there is a string or a sparkle ball to play with. But nobody can keep up with this guy.

Yes, it's hard not to define him by his bum leg, but to me, it's even more amazing how he manages. Jumping off the furniture is still a little scary for us, but I try really hard not to put him down myself and make him figure things out for himself.

LL said...

NOOOOOOOO!!! NOT Saturday catblogging now from you! *gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh*


magnetbabe said...

I'm not into the Friday catblogging. I'm more of an "eight days a week" kind of catblogger. :D

Anonymous said...

Eight Days a Week... that's an old Beatle song.
By the way the author of Millions of Cats is Wanda Gag.