FINALLY! After waiting 3 weeks for an errant disk, and set of prints, I've got my pictures back from Wally World--we swear never to take our film to this place again. The first set of prints were fine, but I got someone else's disk! And it took me 3 hours to get someone on the phone over there to talk to them about it!This is a picture of all 5 cats. What a cute bunch! I know you can't tell by the picture but all of them are here.
Since it will take me a while to get another post up from the journal from our trip to Glacier, and enter the pictures, I've got these pictures of the kittens.
This is "Half Pint" who likes to lick my toes, probably thinking it might give him some milk if he could find the right spot! His little teeth were sharp, but not big enough to cause much pain. It was more ticklish than anything to endure the licking of his little tongue. Out of all the kittens he (or she?) is the only one which meows and allows us to approach it.
Here they are venturing out into the sun. At the time of these pictures I think they were about 7 weeks old.
This is a picture of Captain Jack, to the right. You can see he is very differently colored, and has long hair. Plus he is the bolder of the lot (thus the name from one of my favorite movies that stars Johnny Depp). See how the others huddle next to the old bathtub that's tipped up-side-down? That's where they lived, inside this indestructable object that happened to have a hole they could climb in and out of any time they needed to escape.
Well, that's about all of the kitten pictures I have for now. It took too much time and $ getting them developed, so I hope you enjoy them.