December 7th, 2012
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
I was adopted by my two moms, whom I love, but also love to attack and make them bleed! I loooove playing with rubber bands and balloons and also drinking out of the toilet. I’m reckless!
Posted by The Kittenmaster at 3.07 pm
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U..reckless cat. Me…totally in luv!! I’m a sucker for the tabbies
I bet he can do some damage with those huge paws! I am quite familiar with that whole situation…my Jamie can be snarly too. He has no other cats to chew on so I have to take the brunt. Thanks for rescuing this precious baby!
I’m sure this is completely obvious, but just in case! It’s safer never to leave him alone with an elastic band, a friends cat had very serious problems when she ingested one.
Hiya Skitter, you adorable, handsome, reckless one!
Love the ears slightly back, up-to-something look.
Wow-two cat moms? You hit the mother lode, Mr. Skitter! You are so full of mischief maybe you need a fur buddy. What’s one more adorable furball? Congrats on your furever home. May you and your moms have many fun, loving times ahead.
ha ha ha! what a great photo! he looks totally demonic! I can hear him dashing insanely across the room even now!
I love that face!! Omg… Even before I read the text I could just tell that this guy is a a handful, but oh so charming. Haha! He reminds me of my rock’n roll kitty.
What an adorable little trouble-maker! I agree with Vienna1234 – Skitter, please be careful when you play with the rubber bands.
Rough housing FUZZ
Philly attitude FUZZ
What a handsome boy Skitter is! Many years of happiness to all of you!
The pitter patter of little cat’s feet in meowmies’ furever home as fun-luving Skitter our Star-kit today at TDK!
I love Skitter’s expression – he likes the box, but is busy assessing where he can have more fun and make more mischief! I love his tabby suit and white gloves, very fetching. Please give him extra cuddles and treats from me
Hello, mischief maker!
Tell those moms to put the toliet seats down & let you drink out of the sinks instead. One of my cats used to take flying leaps into the toliets & I just couldnt handle it. Plus she would freak out after she did it. Otherwise you sound utterly fabulous & I say keep on keeping on cutie!!!
Good luck, this one looks insane! Of course, I bet you will have so much fun with him.
Please teach him, while he’s still small, not to make people bleed.
Hee hee hee, Skitter’s name sounds appropriate. Adorable!
Thank you so much for adopting the little catitude!! Life with him will be an adventure. Please keep the little dare devil safe. You think drinking from the toilet is bad? Wait until Skitter charges through the shower curtian…..while you’re in the shower! Been there! Done that!
My furkids & I wish you & Skitter many happy, healthy, fun filled years!
So cute! Skitter just looks like a little mischief maker. ^ ^
Those eyes say mischief and I’m sure Skitter wreaks havoc with those claws! Yikes!!! And yes, I am in love <3
He looks like a super playful guy. A word of advice from somewhere that has been there. Start training him now not to bite or you will have a big problem on your hands as he gets older. I will probably have to rehome my beloved orange tabby male because of dominancy issues with smaller female cats which includes excessive biting of them and myself. Many happy years with your boy kitty!
Skitter is adorable! I agree with others though. Be careful with rubber bands and broken bits of balloons since they can be ingested and cause serious blockages. If you have read the book, “Dewey” about the library cat he had to be hospitalized many times because he kept eating the rubber bands. Even when they thought they had them all hidden from him he would find them. He lived at the library.
There is soooo much mischief in those eyes!
I know about those kinds of claws! Kitty scratches accompany me all the time. I call them love scratches!
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