My goodness. He’s trying to look regal, isn’t he.
He’s trying. Maybe one day he’ll have a ruff as magnificent as Ping’s!
The ever-patient Sprocket!
LOL. He’s more like the never-patient Sprocket. I think he was a little sleepy yesterday afternoon. I made sure to let him catch the peacock feather a few times so he wouldn’t grow disgruntled.
Oh..that’s good to let him catch the feather! Kittehs need their gruntles.
Sweetie’s looking over my shoulder yowling, right now. I think he likes Sir Sprocket.
Sir Sprocket! That has a nice ring to it.
Reblogged this on Basil Wheel.
Those beauty marks need kisses!
Is that a CAPE?
This is definitely his school picture.
Last night TK was bouncing around and I told him he was being very Sprocketty. And that I hope Sprockers grew up better than him.
Mama M got him a little red cape. He’d make an adorable Little Red Riding Hood, if only the cape had a hood. Chun could dress up as a Big Bad Wolf. But Little Red Riding Hood would be the one attacking the wolf, not the other way around.
Sprockers and TK would have a ton of fun together. I think by the end of the day, TK might even begin to sympathize with HRT.
It looks like you may have forgotten the “Say cheese!” part of the photo shoot. He’s looking way too solemn. (but still adorable)
He was unusually solemn that afternoon, maybe because I disturbed his nap. He is getting sleepier these days. My kitten is growing up!
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