Next, the triplets.
Sara, a lovely little lass, put us in mind of Sara Crews in Frances Hodgson Burnett’s Little Princess. Though she was born in a cardboard box, Sara has princess in her heart. Delicate, but of noble character, she never shoves, but waits her turn at feeding time. We expect great things from Sara.
Finally, Eloise. She’s gooey fun and silly games, but smart as can be. And she has a good heart. She means well, but sometimes gets into trouble. With a penchant for travel and excitement, we can definitely see her living at the Plaza like Kay Thompson’s Eloise.
Aunt Lucy has visited the kittens and their mother every day, giving each licks and nudges. She sometimes stands sentry outside the studio, watch dogging and waiting for Belle to emerge.
|Lucy awaiting visiting hours in the kitten's studio home..|
The other animals, Isabelle, Misty, and Charlie, are persisting in their lukewarm reception to the new additions.
“There’s five of them, and only three of us,” Misty said. “But we’re not letting them take over around here,” she said as she nervously switched her tabby tail.
Apparently, there’s been a lack of solidarity to the situation as Isabelle was back under the bed, and Charles decided to take a sabbatical to parts north. He left no forwarding address, but Charles who is know for his brevity, left a message spelled out in dog food bits: two simple words “D-O-G--G-O-N-E.”
Well, that’s it for this report from Ringing Bell Headquarters. Stay tuned for another update on what promises to be an exciting week as the kittens open their eyes.
How many are your works, O Lord! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures. Psalm 104:24
Especially at the Varnado home.