Kuranda. I noticed how much the big giant cats look like me!
These are some cheetah tails and toesies. They were hiding out from the sun in their aptly named hide, so mum didn't get such a great view. But this was the important part. See these?
Now look at my tail and toesies! They are very similar. Infact, if the cheetah could retract its claws, I would go as far as saying they have the same tail and toesies, with a different paint job.
Now, check out this lion. He is wearing his handsome face very well. This sounds like someone else I know...
Yep, that's right, it's me again!!
There was something I recognised in this serval too. I couldn't put my finger on it at first. It was silly, and was having fun playing games. Silly... games... that's it!
Suey and the serval were like twins!
You know what else reminded me of this loaf of kittenhead?
The hippo!!! Hahahahahahahahaha!
P.S. The beautiful Norwegian Forest kitty Fin is celebrating her birthday today. She had a super fun idea for kitties to post something baby like about them today.
This is the first photo mum took of me on my first day home. Great work there!
This is the first cute kitten photo she took of me. She thinks I look like baby Simba in the Lion King in this!
This is the first photo mum took of Suey on her first day home. She was in the kitten fort that dad made for us.
This is the first cute photo of Suey.
And, because it fit in a couple of ways, this is mum when she was a baby, meeting Father Christmas for the first ever time. That is her dad holding the drink behind her.
This is a video from the day we met mum for the first time. For those who don't know our story, we were found abandoned with our brother and sister in a building lot. We were raised by a wonderful foster mum (she was the lady who looked after us when mum and dad were on holiday). When we were old enough, 3 of us went up for adoption through a vet. In this video, you can see our sister, Hissy Miggins, sitting up with me. She got that name because she hissed a lot! Our brother Happy (whose name was ironic!) found his home through our foster mum. He is a caramel tabby.
The other kitty in the video is Mo. He was a cool dude. Hissy and I were adopted early on, but Suey had to wait a while. While she was stuck at the vet, Mo took care of her. Because he was big and strong, Suey learned to be very agile when playing with him, skills she still has today. Mo also found a cool forever home!:)
Happy New Year everybuddy!