Saturday, March 28, 2009

Foster Finally Fixed

We brought little man in yesterday for his neutering and shots. Poor little guy. I was more worried that he would think we were not keeping him. He had been shuffled around before he came to us. I was so anxious to return after the operation to show him that we were indeed taking him back home with us. I think he was very happy to see us. He went straight to the kitty chair to sleep the rest of his anesthesia off.

Also, here is a painting that I have up right now called "Kitty Stroll". It was painted after my memory of the strange antique strollers and walkers found at antique stores. It is so funny what people would place there children in. Such strange creations with wheels. My sisters and I would call them Bingo Extravaganzas because we had a little nephew we called Bingo at the time. We would laugh at the thought of putting him in these inventions, so here is a little girl strolling her kitty in one.
Jennifer

19 comments:

Cris said...

AWWWW! Foster is SO Adorable there! Bless his little kitty heart!

Yes, I remember the funny strollers we saw that day! I also remember Mom pointing out the very uncomfortable looking metal stroller like the one she pushed me around in the late 50's. We saw lots of funny baby things for our nephew Rory (Bingo) that day. Remember the big dangerous looking wooden rocking horse? It's a wonder babies survived back then, lol!

Pease Porridge said...

Well, they usually lost about half their babies back then.:/

Cris said...

Not in the 50's!! But yes, they lost many in the 1800's where a lot of those contraptions were from--but it was mostly from diseases...sad...

Heather said...

Poor kitty, Henry our dog recently went through the same 'ordeal.' He seems to have not been too traumatized though ;)
Those strollers are too cute! You're so imaginative. Reminds me of when I used to push my mom's 'first baby', a toy poodle, around in my own stroller. That dog probably ran when she saw me coming ;)

Naija said...

Poor kitty

Jenny said...

AH look at him...my cats always would hide under something. He is a brave boy.

Love the new painting! Especially with the kitty in it...heehee

Micki said...

Great stroller, they were totally bizarre contraptions but yours in the painting looks adorable!!

Micki x

MyBlueHeaven said...

Oh Foster, poor little weesie. That's what my Mom called nice kitties and mean ones were from The Sir Benedict Nation - whatever that means.

Sonia ;) said...

Awwwwww...poor lil man...Margrit is getting her surgery next month. How sweet he looks...Love the painting...Your paintings are always put me in the "Happy" aisle of the emotion store.

Have a Happy Saturday

Smiles,

Sonia ;)

Ribbon said...

Hi I was just out blog hopping and I landed here. Your blog is lovely and I intend to return.

Best wishes Ribbon

PS hope your cat is back to doing cat stuff soon :-)

Leticia said...

ohhh, what a sweet photo. The kitty in the stroller is so funny. Cheers.

Migraine Chick said...

I love the kitty in the stroller! What a brilliant idea. Hope your kitty is feeling better soon!

lunara said...

Great and funny love it!

Sonia ;) said...

Jen...I left you a present on my site...come on over...

Smiles,

Sonia ;)

Tara Sue said...

It was a fun night! I can't wait to come home again for Easter! Karlee's birthday is tomorrow! We are gunna celebrate...by watching Twilight! LOL

Vania said...

This painting is really lovely - just gorgeous - what a lovely theme...best wishes Val

k said...

haha! bingo extravaganzas...

Debbie said...

Your kitty Foster is so cute and I love the picture of the cat in the stroller. Thanks for sharing!

kerry said...

Oh Jen, such cute pictures of Foster! I really need to visit everyone's blogs more often!