Here they are, on the move and up to mischief. They all have new homes lined up for later this summer and luckily they won't be going too far away. So let me introduce . . .
Milo. He was originally nicknamed Fatty, then a brief spell as One Eye Jack but has been named Milo by our lovely neighbours with whom he will live at the end of the summer. He is a lilac colourpoint and the only one interested in the cat food so far and has been hoovering up quite a few tiny kitten biscuits. I think he is gonna be big!
Lola. She has been chosen by my friend only a few fields away (I love counting distances in fields!). She is a chocolate and cream tortoiseshell and judging by the photograph, I think she likes her new mum don't you?
And finally, tiny Otto. We are keeping him. He has a special place in my heart as I worried about how tiny he was. He is still tiny but very lively.
I think he looks like a toy kitten, or a bush baby with those mad buggy eyes.
I am trying not to be precious about my favourite cushions.
Espiecally as it is such fun on the sofa.
Last weekend was the Spring Vintage and Handmade Fair. I love it, in my opinion, it is the best fair of it's kind and along with lots of treasures, there is always a fantastic atmosphere. It was hard to tear myself away from my fluffy darlings but so worth the long drive.
We have been enjoying the Kent countryside. I still find it hard to believe that I live at the bottom of this hill now.
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