Small kitten interruption

Raphael H started small, but he’s been growing gangbusters. Born in a cat shelter, he is a soft, silky boy. His interests are: chasing moving twigs, food, rolling things, food, string, food, chasing the middle cat, and food.

Since he became part of the family, our oldest cat has had a health scare. It’s been a whirlwind of meds for the older cat and the youngest.

Anywho… Christmas and New Years were a blur of caring for cats and dealing with travel-related colds. I recently visited Ravelry to bookmark things I find interesting, and I’m trying to figure out how to get some printing or sewing work done, without kitten assistance. He is very, very helpful with yarn (he sits on the project and tries to incisor the moving string).

4 Responses to “Small kitten interruption”

  1. 1 nellkate January 22, 2020 at 8:53 am

    Love it! Beautifully and amusingly written, too. If only you can get him to incisor strategically….

    • 2 wordtapestry January 22, 2020 at 6:03 pm

      Well, since he dithers between the cord of my cable needles (which could be tragic to my project) and the yarn in play… I’m better off knitting when he’s fallen asleep in a corner. Progress is glacial.

  2. 3 Anne Bonney January 22, 2020 at 10:35 am

    He is lovely! And, yes, don’t they just love, love, love the yarn you are working with. It dances so enticingly in front of them. Still, the fur babies are worth it, in my opinion.

    • 4 wordtapestry January 22, 2020 at 6:01 pm

      I’ve got a great photo of him sitting on a teal piece of knitwear I’m working on. Unfortunately, it’s an unfinished Xmas project that’s going to be given next year…. so other than on Ravelry you won’t see the status.

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