Friday, November 23, 2018

Cat Blog Friday



For this Cat Blog Friday...

... meet Taz, the newest member of our family. As you can see, the feist is strong in this kitten.

Happy Friday, everybody!



19 comments:

Comedy Plus said...

Aw, Taz is adorable. I hope to see lots of pictures of her.

I linked Taz to Feline Friday.

Have a purrfect day and weekend, Taz. My best to your new peeps. ♥

Jan said...

Definitely Kitten with Attitude, we're looking forward to her training you.

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

She is cute!

Adrienne said...

OMG - she looks like a Russian Blue. They're so dang smart. I had one and it was the smartest kitteh I ever had (shhhhh - don't tell my Erica Kitteh)

LL said...

Yes, the force is strong with this one!

messymimi said...

You are going to have a wonderful time with this one.

cube said...

Comedy Plus: My daughter fostered this kitty being told she was a male. Well, she sent enough videos and photos that made us want to adopt her even though we knew she she was a handful. Once she gets used to us, there will be more pics.

Thanks for the link. Hope the rest of your Thanksgiving weekend is just the way you want it to be.

cube said...

Jan: Taz is a high-spirited kitten, no doubt, but we are partial to those kinds of cats. Over the years, we've have very good luck with those tough on the outside, but sweet-as-all-get-out on the inside cats. And, yes, I'm sure she'll be treating me life her staff in a short amount of time. There's a big lollipop on my yard... sucker! 😉

cube said...

Memories of Eric and Flynn: Thank you for dropping by 😊

cube said...

Adrienne: I don't know what she is, but we find her awfully cute. My daughter fostered her and that's how we came to know her. We wanted to keep her in the family even though we knew she was a hellion. Our daughter would call, at her wit's end, not knowing how to deal with her behavior. My husband drove up the help, and Taz bit him, not once, but twice. Taz is much less skittish now, thankfully, which is a good sign. We've had great luck with other high-spirited cats before and have no doubt this is her furever home and that Taz will soon fit into our household routine.

cube said...

LL: Yes, the force of her jaws biting down on my husband's hand, not once, but twice, was indicative of her strength. He was impressed. She's a little fighter, but we admire that in our cats.

cube said...

Messymimi: Yes, I'm loving that we think that, too. It's a happy thought for us. Now we have to work on getting a dog.

cube said...

Adrienne: I don't know what she is, but we find her awfully cute. My daughter fostered her and that's how we came to know her. We wanted to keep her in the family even though we knew she was a hellion. Our daughter would call, at her wit's end, not knowing how to deal with her behavior. My husband drove up the help, and Taz bit him, not once, but twice. Taz is much less skittish now, thankfully, which is a good sign. We've had great luck with other high-spirited cats before and have no doubt this is her furever home and that Taz will soon fit into our household routine.

I hope you remember that I can't post on your blog anonymously, because otherwise I'd be right over. I just don't want you to feel shunned. I consider you a blog buddy.

Kid said...

Cube, Reminds me of one of our fosters - Grey Goose. He was THE most laid back cat until I picked him up and tried to make him a Hollywood star.

I also have a pic of him bogarting a Rottweiler's water bowl with Rottweiler nearby and monitoring the situation.

He would sit like a person in a lazy boy and loved to watch Golf on TV.

Jans Funny Farm said...

Happy Friday (on Saturday). What an adorable new addition to your family.

cube said...

Kid: My daughter and I just watched the Grey Goose video. She says that's exactly how Taz is. Oh, what have we gotten ourselves into? An exorcist cat!

Kid said...

Just don't try to get him on video Cube. Ha !

Granny Annie said...

Oh this makes me miss new kittens. A cutie for sure.

Snaggle Tooth said...

Congrats! So cute! Looks like "Chumly" here, one of the 4