How cute is this guy????
You may have seen this card on Project Reanimate because the background is made with one of my meta stamps from Stampin' Up scraps.I love the wacky Valentines!! How sweet that they BOTH wrote a love letter!!!
To get him to hold his (his letter is actually a separate stamp), I used my craft knife to cut his little arms free. Then I slipped the letter in. Easy. Fun.
Splotchy's tail does not seem to hurt yet/still. I think the crook is a little worse. When I get back I'm going to call Texas A&M and see if there's an expert I can talk to.
But Splotchito is full of beans, racing around and making those wierd little coyote yips that completely crack me up.
Speaking of cracking me up, check out these pictures of Maddie. I bought this bag of adorable animal print pom poms for an eventual craft project. I thought they were very cool and had some artsy potential! However, when I brought them home, Maddie went NUTS. She started hoarding them. She'd come get one out of the bag, no matter where I hid it and she'd run off with it in her mouth. A minute later, she'd be back.
No matter where I hid them, she found them. She made little crying sounds when she got close to the bag.
She carries them around in her mouth all day.
Sometimes, she will put one in her mouth, run up to Splotchy, and growl a scary growl without ever dropping it. She's saying - "This is my pompom. There are many like it, but this one is mine."
She even breathes hard out her nose at ME when I take the pom pom.
Sometimes she tosses it up in the air by flicking her neck back. Then she catches it with her paws.The cone did not strain the cat/pom pom relationship in the least.
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