Tuesday, 31 May 2011

We are pretty exhausted after all that wrassling - please note that the box fights are all good fun. If I win. Äiti says I have a little tantrum if I don't - but I cannot ever remember not winning so I think she is making this up.
Today I show you Lewis-veli who is now finding his way all over the house and even waits in the open areas for food. He is still very shy but is now able to join in the fun from a distance. Äiti says she will spend time with us over the summer and hopes to get him more confident with lots of treats. We will help him with the treats.
Äiti is also still spending lots of time with the kittens at Kissmollin. I suppose she has to practice her photography somehow. She's telling us how clever and cute this bunch is. I can't remember the last time she told ME I was clever and cute..... (Äiti's note - yesterday, at least twice!)

4 comments:

Mr Puddy said...

I like the idea to help Lewis get confident with Treats : )
Do you think if I pretend to be shy like Lewis, Do you think my mom is going to give me more treats ?.. I wanna more treats too.. I should try..heh..heh

And I think the kittens at Kissmollin now look much better than before..Now their face doesn't look like little monkey anymore : )

I hope you all have a wonderful day
xoxo

Fuzzy Tales said...

We laughed at "We will help him with the treats." We're sure you will! Ha!

The kittens are adorable, sweeter than ever.

The mom says she has 2 point-and-shoot cameras, no DSLR, and uses them in sports mode for a fast shutter speed when we wrassle. Most of the snapshots are crummy, especially in very bright or low light. But of the two cameras, the Canon PowerShot S3 IS (old!) is better -- you can continuously shoot, so can take a zillion pics in sports mode, snap, snap, snap, snap. Her Fuji HS10 is slower in sports mode, doesn't have the same continuous shooting ability the Canon does, but it seems to do a wee bit better in lower light.

The low and/or indoor light is a problem with them both...a DSLR with various lenses would be better, obviously, but the mom doesn't know enough about photography to make it worthwhile to invest in that kind of equipment (even if she could).

Katnip Lounge said...

We cannot EVER imagine you having a tantrum. Cats are too dignified for that! Humans are so inept at judging our emotions.
*sigh*
It is wonderful to see Lewis! Aiti is gonna have to get manymanymany treats we suspect...

SQUEE for kittens!

OKcats said...

Yay for Lewis! Yay for more time with Aiti!