Thursday, April 23, 2009

Hana and Acua



What else would I post today...right? Look at these sweet faces. Faces so adorable that they couldn't possibly be naughty. The reason these beauties were turned into the Humane Society was stated as " Not enough time" We snatched them up and have been doing time ever since! The other night we were watching T.V. We could hear Acua trying to break into the T.P. container. Yes, I said container. Because any T.P., kleenex or papertowel not securely locked away will be destroyed. One morning before the lockdown (what conveinent paper usage times those were) I woke up to discover the bathtub filled with T.P. confetti. And there's been a trail of terror ever since. But getting back to the other night. About 60 seconds after Acua's unsuccessful T.P. break in we heard the Medicine cabinet above the sink slowly creak open. Then about 30 seconds after that the bottles started falling into the sink. And Acua (alias chewy) is the good one! Hana (alias froggie and little aquatic) is an untrainable terror. She has no fear, so all known cat training attempts are in vain. Chewing on hair...Yum! Kitchen counters...her playground. Snatching food out of a hot oven. Her expertise. But in the end her cuddles...priceless!




5 comments:

Amy Cerny Vasterling said...

SHARON! These cats are naughty.

I'm coming over! I can try to help train but more so I think I am just coming over to watch the show! Hey thanks for directing me to your cat story and blog. I forget I can check up on people this way....

What about buying the cats a small dog kong and putting TP in it so they will try to wrestle it out of the kong instead of out of your covert hiding places? Dang! Good thing you work from home.

Margaret Pangert said...

Kittens like all children are mischievous! Enjoy their antics now as soon they will settle down to purring, docile friends. The second kitten looks just like Baby. I love cats--you make them so real in your depictions. Best,
Margaret

Nina Crittenden said...

I still think stealing that squash out of a hot oven is their crowning achievement!

Sharon Wagner said...

They are only a little over a year old. I'm afraid their crowning acheivement still waits to be seen. Funny comments ladies!

Christina E. Rodriguez said...

Good on you for taking in these frisky kitties, Sharon! It's good to see that you've found inspiration in them already!