I can’t stand the cuteness in my house today!
I’m sitting here with Nala, my Goffin’s cockatoo, and Oz, my teenager’s big, dumb 9-year-old cat who thinks he’s a teddy bear. I just had some ring bologna for breakfast and made myself the best glass of iced tea:
This particular glass is two parts Tazo Organic Earl Grey Noir and one part Tazo Vanilla Bean Macaroon black tea.
In the crock pot, dinner is bubbling. Crockpots are the perfect cooking tools for witches. It’s a cauldron with a plug!
I made a marinade of organic apple juice, brown sugar, Briggs liquid aminos, Chinese cooking wine, fresh ginger and garlic and dropped a pork loin and some potatoes into the mix.
But wow! I totally digress. We’re hear to talk about kittens and cuteness!
Kittens and cuteness
So the teenager is with her dad and I’ve been taken care of the kittens. Fog, the last trapped member of the brood, followed Opie out of the teenager’s room. Opie is our 9-year-old cancer survivor 3-legged cat.
Fog apparently adores him.
Oz tried to join, but he was afraid of the kitten. Opie heard Oz hiss and served as bodyguard for little Fog.
Video here: Opie protecting Fog.
Now I waited as long as I could but I needed to vacuum the dining room. Even though it was in another room, Fog heard the noise and hid behind the cat tube.
Opie stayed on the ottoman as if standing guard. When I finished vacuuming, they got back on the couch together.
I was worried that Misty (short for Mistofelees) might think something happened to Fog. So I brought Misty to the porch.
Misty wasn’t as enthused. But Fog stayed with Opie.
You can’t really see it, but they are touching.