Some Things Change and Some Things Never Do . . .

First, here is the change . . .

Remember that skinny little stray cat that we started to feed last year? She's not a skinny little stray anymore!! Now she's a bottomless pit that likes to sleep on my computer chair and on my recliner. Here she is mid-yawn. What a life!!

Remember her baby that my next door neighbor adopted? Well, he's grown up a bit and has since relocated to our house. I've apologized to my neighbors. I guess he just wants to be close to his Mama. : ) Here he is, laying under the bureau in the living room. He's taken over one of the dog beds.

Now for the things that never change . . .

Remember the chocolate lab and cockapoo that like to sleep all day and be lazy little lumps? Well, they're still here!!

These pics were taken at 10 am.

And these pics were taken at 12 noon.

And now the cats are turning into couch potatoes, too.

Like I said, some things never change!! : )

Many blessings ~ Wendy


Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

cute cute kittys...love them..:)

Wee Cute Treasures said...

How adorable are all these pets. The white cat with the black marks on his face looks very like one of our spoilt felines! Sweet photos.
Carol x

Cindy said...

There is nothing that I like better than to be at home and have my "lazy" furbabies sleeping all around me! There is something very peaceful about that. Cute pics.

Lynn Richards said...

I love it! I wish I could curl up with your animals!!!
Happy Belated Birthday and many blessings for the coming year!

Wee Cute Treasures said...

Hi Wendy, when you have time please pop over to my blog to pick up your award! Hope all well with you, typing this with cat on knee - asleep.

Carol xoxox

S and O said...

your pets are so adorable!!!!
Thanks for following our blog I'll be following yours too after I finish typing this up:)

have a great night!


Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

This brought such a joy to my heart to see these kitties and how wonderful they're doing. I remember your initial post about their rough beginning and how your neighbor adopted the one kitty, who has now returned to be with mama.
I really needed this pick me up...thank you.

Sweet wishes,