Monday, July 19, 2010

Random pictures...

Thought I'd update you on what's been going on around here......

I finally got the 2 shelves (some plastic medicine holders that I got out of the trash at my son's allergists') painted...well, actually, I should say 'sprayed' I coated them with a stone spray then glued them into the shop. Just need a final coat of paint, then I can start putting in the accessories.


Although, I may not keep the accessories in it. The cats have claimed it as one of their houses....and you can always find at least one lounging in it. Here the kittens are running through it as I was trying to get those shelves glued in. Too funny!! Look close, there's 3 kittens in there....One is in the door.


First there's Lily. Lily will be going to live with my ex-husband at his house. You know there was no way Cora was letting this little girl out of her life:)
....another shot of Lily........


Then there's Wilbur..... Wilbur doesn't have a forever home yet, but we're working on that! Don't let his cute little face mislead you, this one is 'crazy hyper' when he's awake!!


Then last but not least is Houdini! He got his name because he kept escaping from the crate I had them in. And yet no one ever seen him do it! He's really sweet, and likes to cuddle. Sunday afternoon, my sister-in-law and my nephew came to get him! They were so excited to get a play-mate for their Jack (their kitty that they've had for a couple of years)...And it felt good to know that I found another Feral kitten a Good home!! I don't care what anyone says, There IS hope for Feral cats!


And my last pic is of the spider that has taken up residency right next to our front door.....We have been enjoying watching 'her' build her webs, but now that she has a nest, I'm not too sure about her anymore.....I really don't like spiders......and I darn sure don't want a army of them living out here......Yikes!!!
Look at her shadow, lol. Neat pic, huh??


Until next time.....

10 comments:

Caseymini said...

Those shelves are great. Kick the cats out and put things in. Then wrap the whole thing in seran wrap.LOL It will drive the cats nuts.What kind of spider is it? Very pretty, as spiders go.....

Debbie said...

Katie, the Kittens are so cute. Thanks for sharing the pictures. Not quite so sure about the Spider. I honestly don't mind Spiders, but that Egg Sack looks quite big. xxx

Margaret said...

What lovely kittens, you are so good finding homes for them. As for the spider, I am a bit the same, sort of a Buddhist at heart, everything has a right to live etc,. I left one at our laundry window and before long there were tiny little things running about all over the window. I had to gently relocate them into the garden!

Ara said...

The project is looking awesome! Great idea using the medicine holders as shelves! YIKES! I would never be able to keep a spider that big around - ack!

Minnie Kitchen said...

kittys are sooo cute! and the work looks great!

Ascension said...

Un proyecto precioso, me encanta los estantes.
Que bellos gatitos y que revoltosos!!
besitos ascension

Sans! said...

Sometimes I wish they never grow up :). They are the cutest babies :).

Your little room of shelves are coming together real nicely!

Kim said...

oh those kitties- they melt my heart! I would not be able to let little Lily out of my life either!! It makes me so happy to see you find homes for these little guys Katie. The spider is beautiful- I usually don't kill spiders either because I figure they take care of and eat the bugs that bother me.

miniannalee said...

The spider you have is a Golden Orb Weaver aka It is also called a Black and Yellow Garden Spider, the spider from Charlotte’s Web. All spiders have venom, but very few will bite people and even fewer are dangerous. The Garden Spider minds its own business and stays in it web. It is not aggressive.

Peach Blossom Hill said...

What precious babies! We have a new puppy at our house--it looks like a hyena but Maggie fell in love and couldn't take it to the pound.

Jody