I know I said I wouldn’t foster any more kittens for the shelter until Missy crossed over the rainbow bridge, but I just couldn’t help myself. The house is boring without smelly little kittens running around, and when I got an email from the shelter asking for volunteers to take three little hellions into their home for three weeks, I could not resist. Besides, Missy has decided to grab a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest, grouchiest cat in North America. If she insists on hanging around Casa de Burlingame for another 17 years, she’s gonna have to put up with kittens once in a while!
So, without further ado…
If you’re a neighbor, feel free to come by to play. These kids are skittish and shy but we’re working on that. If you don’t live near enough to get some kitten love, GO TO YOUR LOCAL SHELTER AND GIT YER OWN! 🙂
Author’s note: For those who think that “without further ado” is incorrect, I refer you to this blog site. http://mightyredpen.wordpress.com/2007/01/01/ado-versus-adieu/
My dear husband, the Grammar Nazi, informed me that my original expression “Without further adieu” was wrong. I know only one other person in my circle of friends who would have known this. (Mr. Steve) OK, Jim, you’re right this time. It won’t happen again.