STRIKE FORCE KITTEH
As part of Operation Woo-Woo, we’ve created Strike Force Kitteh.
What is Strike Force Kitteh? I’m glad you asked.
It is when one very lovely niece Laura steals away a kitteh kat or two from the animal shelter to give them some home time and to give us some ah-you-are-so-toot-I-just-wannu-kiss-you-all-ober time.
“They [kittehs and puppehs and other furry things that go bump in the night] stimulate exercise, encourage laughter, and facilitate social contact,” explains Dr. Alan Beck, director of the Center for the Human-Animal Bond, School of Veterinary Medicine at Purdue University. “These benefits add up to an improved sense of well-being.”
Well, tcha, maybe. But he didn’t mention that kittehs’ fluffy hairball snug-wumpery provides boobitty-bo-boobitty food for the soul and kissy-kissy-wump-wumps for well-being. Maybe he didn’t learn that in vet school!
This little guy is up for adoption at the Seattle Animal Shelter. Him are very ger-fabulous.
Photos 1-3, 6 and 9 by Elsa Sjunneson; the rest by moiselles.