Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Meet Pumpkin...



We are adopting a new kitty.
His name is Pumpkin and he will be joining our clan
as soon as they get him neutered.
It could be as soon as Thursday or as late as Saturday.
Princess is very excited to have a kitten of her own!
He fell asleep on my lap while we were getting acquainted...so sweet.

10 comments:

Jenny said...

He's adorable! I've always wanted an orange cat- perfect name, BTW. :o)

Frankie said...

Ah, he's adorable! Congrats!

Learning with O said...

How cute!! I love the name too ;-)

amanda said...

Wow Pumpkin is so pretty! Congratulations on the new family member :) meow!

Mariposa said...

Very special. I love the name.

Many years ago, I use to have Siamese, but Ami came along with asthma and my husband suffers with allergies thus a poodle.

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you all, we are waiting for him to be neutered, then he will come home.I have always wanted an orange cat named "pumpkin", so when P said "oh, we could name him pumpkin",
I jumped on it!

Kate in NJ said...

M- we had a Siamese when I was
in high school...he was a real "love bug".

Brit said...

He is a very cute kitty! Did I read somewhere orange cats are always male? or is that calicos are always female?? I don't know, something is tickling the back of my caffeine deprived brain... Anyway, congratulations, he looks like a snuggler.

chanale said...

Welcome to Pumpkin!

At first, Eliza thought that was another photo of her (I guess she and Princess have similar coloring at first glance), but then, "who is it?" "That's Princess," I told her. "The princess has an orange cat? I want an orange cat, too!" :)

My first cat was a striped ginger male who was the most loving, cuddly cat ever.

Angela said...

Oh wonderful! What a gem! I am certain he will bring you all lots of fun! I so wish we could have a cat, but alas, I am so allergic.

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