Weekend Cat Blogging: Seven Little Kitties….

sleeping in the bed, and the little one said, “Roll over! Roll over!”

So they all rolled over and one fell out, there were six in the bed and the little one said, “Roll over! Roll over!”

There were five in the bed….you get the idea.

I don’t know how many of you know that counting song–it starts at ten, and it is usually bunnies, but in my house, it starts at seven and it is kitties.

Of course, the way the song ends is, “There was one in the bed, and the little one said, “Goodnight!”

However, there is seldom ever only one kitty in my bed.

There is always at least two.

And while my kitties have you here, looking at their cute fluffiness, they want me to remind you of the folks in Kashmir who lost homes and loved ones in the earthquake. They’d very much like it if you stopped by at Chez Pim and click on one of the links to her Menu for Hope campaign to raise funds through UNICEF for these folks. So far, the campaign has raised over $6,500 dollars , and more food bloggers are participating every day. Pim had some technical difficulties, but she is back and better than ever, so my kitties tell me (they get up and read the Internet before I do–or at least, they get up and sit at and on my desk before I do).

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  1. Aw, thats so cute. I’m a sucker for cats.

    Comment by Chris — December 17, 2005 #

  2. Wow, it’s like snow white and the 7 cats :) Very cute.

    Comment by Mona — December 17, 2005 #

  3. Hello!

    That is cute, but where do you get to sleep?

    Do you have trackbacks enabled?

    Comment by clare eats — December 17, 2005 #

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  5. Oh, now that is just amazing! Seven kitties all in one bed! Holy cow!

    Comment by KT — December 17, 2005 #

  6. Well, the seven cats are seldom on the bed all at once. That is why we ran for the camera!

    At night, usually, the maximum number of cats who sleep with us is three, maybe four.

    Though, last Christmas, when our heat was out because of an ice storm, and it got down to ten degrees F in our house, we had every last cat on our bed. Gummi was a kitten and he wiggled under the covers between Zak and I. Minna was curled up under the covers against Zak’s stomach. Ozy and Tristan were curled up on the pillow above my head, and Jack was under the top quilt on my feet. Grimmy was asleep on top of both Zak and I, on top of all the covers.

    Most of the time, though, now that Minna is gone, it is Grimmy next to Zak’s stomach, Gummi on top of my hip or wriggled between Zak and I, and Lenier at our feet. Sometimes Ozy or Tatter sleep on my pillow.

    Now–if I am sick, and I am asleep in the bed in the daytime–any number of cats will get on the bed with me. Sometimes, all of them. That usually ends up with me waking up unable to move and I suddenly fear that I have had a stroke and my body is immobile from disability. Usually, when I wake all the way up, I realize it is because I am covered in cats, and I have to call Zak to rescue me.

    I fear that I am destined to a future of “Crazy Old Cat Ladyhood.”

    I guess I don’t mind.

    Comment by Barbara — December 17, 2005 #

  7. Oh, I so jealous!! I have one and I think its stopping at that. Although she’s about as demanding as 7 cats!! How do you sleep?

    Comment by Jenny — December 21, 2005 #

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