My Sunday Photo – 30th September 2018

Ash At 6 Months

My kitten, Ash, is now 6 months old, so I figured I’d dedicate my Sunday photo to him.

Ash the kitten

What can I say about Ash? Well, he’s still as cute as ever, even though he’s a little bit bigger. He is playful and loves nothing more than a piece of string or wool to be dangled in front of him.

kitten lying on the settee

He also loves curling up on the settee, or the floor, or anywhere at all. He gets in the most weird positions, often arching his back and looking like a big stripy banana. He loves having his tummy tickled and if you try to move your hand away he will grab it with his paws as if to say, ‘I’ve not had enough yet.’ He also likes to lick you and will curl up next to you happily licking away at your hand or arm. Again, there is no escape as he goes in for the grab if you move.

Ash the kitten lying on his belly with his legs stretched out in front.

He has long legs and big paws for such a little kitten. This makes me think he’s going to be a big cat. He loves jumping around and chasing any insect that dare enter the house. Spiders don’t stand a chance, he’s a good hunter already. He will also chase flecks of dust, he’s a bit daft sometimes.

He is getting on better with his big sister Sabrina, although he still jumps out on her whenever he can. He jumps on her back and bites her neck, but no worries, she gets him back, she is bigger than him after all. She growls at him and gives him a good slap if he gets on her nerves. But, we’ve also noticed her starting to play back. The other day she was hiding behind the curtain and as soon as Ash came into view she pounced on him for a change. It’s not all about fighting though, they will sleep on the same settee sometimes, or curl up near each other on the floor.

The next step is to have him neutered. It’s something we really need to do in an area that has a lot of cats, and with him having a sister in the house. Then we can think about letting him go outside. He’s so desperate to get out he makes a dash for the door whenever we open it. He seems a little small to be roaming free just yet though. We’ll book him in for his operation and then monitor him for a little while outside each day. I’m sure he’ll be making himself well acquainted with the neighbourhood cats in no time. Not like Sabrina, who doesn’t stray from the garden when she goes out.

It seems like only yesterday when we bought Ash home, but soon we’ll be releasing him on the world…well, the neighbourhood anyway.

Sunday Snap


  1. September 30, 2018 / 11:51 am

    Oh bless him, he is absolutely gorgeous – and what great photos of him x

  2. September 30, 2018 / 3:52 pm

    Aww! He really does look like a cute kitty. He’s really grown x

  3. September 30, 2018 / 4:37 pm

    Hi Anne, he still is a striking looking cat. I love his markings and bright eyes. I would be so worried about letting a cat out for the first time, we were lucky that Ugg was a feral cat, so she was already streetwise, She now knows where her bread is buttered and rarely ventures far. It’s nice that Sabrina has started to accept Ash now, they may never be best buds, but just being friends could be enough.

    #MySundayPhoto x

  4. September 30, 2018 / 5:04 pm

    Such a pretty kitten. He looks like he knows how to have fun!
    Thank you for your visiting my blog.
    Enjoy the day…

  5. September 30, 2018 / 5:33 pm

    What a gorgeous ball of fur. My kids have “adopted” my neighbours cat recently, its an old lady who’s bullied by her brothers. She comes round to us to get some fuss from the kids and is treated to a little nibble (her owners are aware of her little bites from home).

  6. September 30, 2018 / 10:14 pm

    Beautiful photos of your kitten. They are fun to have around aren’t they.

  7. October 1, 2018 / 12:32 pm

    A little cutie, love the focus on the eyes in the first one

    Thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto

  8. October 2, 2018 / 4:11 pm

    He’s such a cutie – love his coat

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