Dorf at 3 years

Dorf at 3 years

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Dorothy loves granny squares

OMG, LOOK at all the pillows and cushions. :-\

Cat house. House of cats. House RUN by cats. Cats' house.

It seems to be official: Miss Dorothy has finally settled in and is hanging around like she's always lived here. Even Luanne has stopped hissing and antagonistically following Dorothy around as she scoots here and there exploring my still-not-completely-unpacked new old house.


Really? You're taking pics while I'm trying to watch Nurse Jackie?

Little Miss Baby really does look like a full-grown cat...

...until you get the Teen Baby perspective.

Even Luanne, who is a pretty small cat, looks gigantic next to Dorothy.

Here they all are in action (inaction).

Luanne's like "Yup" when she looks at the camera.

I'm still keeping Dorothy separate overnight because I still don't want her in the basement (although I would LOVE if she would stay so teeny-tiny forever and ever) and the other cats have to get down there to do their business. When I let her run around on the main floor, I close the door to the basement and let cats in and out as they scratch/meowl. I think in the next few weeks, I'll take Miss Cat von D down there and see what she does. Supervision! It's a good thing I don't have human kids--I'd drive them nuts with the over-protectiveness.


  1. Hurrah for integration! My goodness she's tiny yet.

  2. I am so glad that she is doing well :-) I followed her foster mom's blog and I love that I can still see pictures of her here now too! All your cats are gorgeous btw ;-)

  3. She is so adorable and the others are lovely, too. I love the header picture. Deb=^..^=x4

  4. I sure do love seeing Dorothy so at home. It sounds like the integration was relatively painless!

    You have some beautiful cats. :)

  5. Hmmm, not entirely painless. Miss Dorothy is recovering now from an abscess on the back of her hind right leg. We don't know what caused it, but the suspicion would be a cat bite. This doesn't make sense, though, since all of her time outside of the bedroom has been supervised (although I do not follow her around), and I would've heard a scuffle. Anyway, I'll make a post about it. I could tell something was the matter, so I got her all fixed up. But it will take awhile for the wound to heal. Poor thing.