Everyone has quirks, and some quirks are quirkier than other quirks. That said, I LOVE SPECIAL EAR. For those who are unfamiliar with this term, which yes I did make up, Special Ear is when an animal’s ear, or ears, are flipped inside out. I think it makes them look freaking adorable, in a, you know… special kind of way.
Before I share these Instagram photos of my cats Chessie and Pies with their Special Ears, I’d like a devote a moment of silence for my wonderful cat Bill whose ears refuse to go special. I have tried numerous times this afternoon, ever since I decided to write this blog an hour ago, and they just. won’t. stay. when you flip them. As I used to say to my RnR employees, back when I was an employer, we all have our talents. Bill has many others, of course, and is making a heck of a living as a label model for Buffalo Bill Cowboy Kale Chips. (Insert silence here.)
Chessie being sleepy and happy to let me specialize her ears.
Pies' ear specialized itself, and she left it. She is not the sort of girl to let you play with her ears.
This could also fall into the "Chessie's Homies" category, as this couch is as much her friend as assorted chairs, etc.
As anyone who knows me even vaguely is glaringly aware of, about a month ago I adopted a kitten. I named her Chessie, after she had a brief stint as WorryFace due to her high, slightly uneven eyebrow situation, and she is the closest thing I ever want to a baby. Why anyone would want a kid when they could have a good looking kitten is well beyond me.
Chessie is a great model, and I’m looking forward to being the best Stage Mom I can be. She likes to put her paws on things like they are her friends, and so began the Chessie and Her Homies photo series. I hope you enjoy these Instagram pictures of the sweetest, cutest kitten around.
And a new one, from today. For some reason no matter what I do it refuses to be the same size as the others, so I am leaving it extra large because it’s extra cute.