Hannah and the CoalBear: So Many Hats

Hi. I’m Hannah.

The Mother of Cats has been making hats all week.
CoalBear: She spends more time with the hats than with me. I need more toys!!!

The Mother of Cats went off and left us all weekend long and let me tell you, I had a really hard time controlling the kitten while she was gone. He left his toys all over the house. He ate all of the kitten food. He pulled one of the quilts off of the wall. I was pretty exhausted by the time the Mother of Cats came back, and after all of that the kitten and I refused to let her out of our sight. We made her feed us as soon as she got home and we loaded up on some cookies, too. The kitten made her carry him around for some time, but I’m a big girl now and I didn’t do that. We did make her play with us with the laser light: seriously, that’s the least she could do for us, right?! It was a long weekend!

Then we hung out on the bookshelf in the bedroom keeping watch the whole time she was unpacking her bags…
And then we settled in up there to keep an eye on her while she slept. All night.

We’re still keeping our eye on her but mostly this week she has been good and stayed with us to knit more hats.

The kitten has been especially helpful while she has been working on the hats. He is a lot of work, but he has a good heart and is lots of fun.

He’s my best friend.

Bye.

I need to go have a talk with that kitten. Again.

>^..^<

Note from the Mother of Cats:

Behold, the downed quilt and probable culprit…

Is he laughing at me?

Author: Midnight Knitter

I weave, knit and read in Aurora, Colorado where my garden lives. I have 2 sons, a knitting daughter-in-law, a grandson and an exceptionally spoiled kitten. In 2014 I was diagnosed with a serious rare autoimmune disease called systemic sclerosis along with Sjogren's Disease and fibromyalgia.

10 thoughts on “Hannah and the CoalBear: So Many Hats”

    1. I am loving the hats, too. I hope to have a dozen done before the next meeting of the group next month. The cats continue to entertain constantly and I am so grateful that they have bonded so well (and that they like me!) Truthfully, both of them have wonderful sweet personalities. Both of them were rescue kittens that were fostered through a rescue agency here in Denver and they certainly represent the process well.

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