Monday, 1 October 2007

Our Little 'Angel'

Finally our little kitten comes to play.


She has been named 'Angel' by the children.






She is 7 weeks old and has just had her mad half hour.



Obviously to much for her.


11 comments:

dgibbs said...

Oh she is too precious!

Self employed mum said...

I am a very proud new mummy!

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Absolutely adorable, do you have any left!!

Crystal xx

Elsie Button said...

i have to admit i am not a big cat lover but that little kitten is soooo cute!

Self employed mum said...

Hi Crystal, thanks for stopping by. She was one of two born from next doors cat, we took one and the other one went just as quickly, with a face like that who could resist.

Self employed mum said...

Hi Elsie, nice to see you. I am not a cat lover either, but the kids wanted a dog and I really don't have time to look after a dog. It was only because they were born next door we decided to have one, I wouldn't have gone looking. She is lovely, but she gets everywhere already. I'm sure we're going to have lots of fun LOL

Annie said...

AWW - what a cutie!

Thanks for visiting my blog today :) I'm off to check out more of yours.

Casdok said...

How cute........

Paradise Lost In Translation said...

My son is at the age where he is desperate for a pet. But we live in Sri Lanka. What happens when we move? I know people who get a pet, each posting, and leave it behind each time they move. How callous is that? I couldn't do that to my kids or the pet. But if you fly them, it costs hundreds of pounds. A friend flew her two dogs from Cambodia to Sri Lanka. It cost US$1200! Eek. I suggested a tortoise. My son wasn't overly impressed. I will NOT be showing him the pics of your cute kitty....... Thanks for visiting my blog by the way.

Self employed mum said...

Hi Annie and Casdok thanks for popping over, nice to see you.

Self employed mum said...

Paradise - I wouldn't do that to the children either, we have only had the kitten one week and I wouldn't like to part with her. Thanks for coming across to see me.