Sleepy biscuit kitty
Jasmine's friend Matthew is an artist and he has recently started experimenting with flash animations. When Jasmine showed me his latest work, I knew I had to post it here.
Not sure what I think of these guys. Looking at the nano kitty website, apparently what they do is eat your bean's iPod Nano and then sing all the songs from the iPod. The way you get them to sing a particular song is to give them tummy tickles. Jasmine obviously likes the black one best, but she has a different iPod which these kitties don't like to eat. She said her iPod is much bigger than the Nano and it wouldn't fit in their tummies. Us kitties are pretty good at fitting lots in our tummies so maybe she should give it a go!
I found this video of a kitty looking a bit overwhelmed by the this band of puppies.
Guinness first made an appearance a couple of months ago on Jasmine's other blog. Now that Jasmine, London BK and myself now have an all-poodin blog, I decided that Guinness should be introduced here since he is such a lovely tuxie.
As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Tycho and his beans adopted a kitten, Miro. Here are some pictures of the little guy. Isn't he such a sweetie? :)
I was reading the Calico Girls' blog and saw a comment by a kitty I didn't know (Rascal). Obviously I had to visit his blog and see who he was.
London BK here. Jasmine and some friends went to the Brtish Museum a couple of weekends ago. There are many cool things there, but obviously the most interesting exhibits are the cat related ones: Bastet standing, Bastet sitting, mummified cat. Here's Jasmine with the Cat Goddess, Bastet. Jasmine's friend Therese took this picture.