Mack kitten

Aren't kittens adorable? He has two speeds--off and annoy. Here he's demonstrating off.

Mack kitten

He basically still looks like this when he sleeps. Maybe he's a little bigger now. OK, he's a lot bigger.

Mack kitten

That's not that big a pillow. It's just a tiny kitten.

Mack kitten

The green ball is about an inch across. Tiny!!

Mack kitten

What a face!

Mack kitten

Peekaboo!

Mack kitten

Can we bottle that?

Mack kitten

From an early age, our Mack has always thought the world was his pillow.

Mack kitten

He's cute when he's hiding. This was his first day with us.

Mack kitten

Can you tell I like my kitty?

Mack at play

Mack at play

Mack at play

Mack at play

Mack at play

This picture was so cute I made a skin out of it for my PocketPC.

Mack at play

This picture also became a skin.

Mack at play

This picture also became a skin.

Mack at play

He really loves anything on a string. Even though he is about 30 times bigger than he was that first day, he still plays just like this!

Mack at play

Mack at play

Mack at play

He still loves little fuzzy thnigs, whether or not they are on a string.

Mack at play

That face!

Mack and Zoey

Aren't they cute?

Mack and Zoe

One pile of kitties, coming up!

Mack and Zoey

Nap time on the Serengetti. Zoey is short for Zojirushi, by the way. She's VERY camera shy. Not like Mack at all. He's already got an agent.

Mack and Zoey

No movement at all. Hours go by in this position. Look how the light has changed in this series of pictures.

Mack and Zoey

There we go, just a little movement.

Mack and Zoey

Like I said, just a little movement.

Mack and Zoey

This is the kitties' other favorite spot in the house. This is a kitty hammock and if you have one of these you know the look. If not, SHAME ON YOU. They love it.

Mack and Zoey

A little movement, but not much, I think I saw.

Mack and Zoey

The hammock is right over my guitar amp. This is how they respond to my heavy metal jam. When they nap, they NAP. You know cats have a neurotransmitter in their brains like L-tryptophan that makes them HAVE to sleep for 18 hours a day. Ask your vet. I am not making this up.

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