Meet Cosette.

I finally have a pet in France! Her name is Cosette and she’s all white except for one tiny gray spot on her head. She’s so cute and kinda fat. But she came from a farm where the stereotypically old country French lady fed her soup and cheese, so that’s understandable. She’s getting real cat food from me though.


She’s definitely afraid of Bandit, so hopefully she’ll get used to dogs since he won’t be leaving until September 8.

Yay for cute furry animals! Now I won’t be so alone when Carole & Bandit move out and David is at work all day while I’m at home playing on the internet.

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  • Astrid

    Awwwww…. Cosette’s sooo cute! I’m off to pick up our fostercat that I wrote about a while ago. Since she’s black and have expensive tastes, (she eats steack haché and fish only!) she has a hard time being adopted. So we have half decided she can stay permanently with us.

  • Astrid

    Awwwww…. Cosette’s sooo cute!

    I’m off to pick up our fostercat that I wrote about a while ago. Since she’s black and have expensive tastes, (she eats steack haché and fish only!) she has a hard time being adopted. So we have half decided she can stay permanently with us.

  • Pat

    Hi Cosette – you are such a cute little kittie!! :-)

  • Pat

    Hi Cosette – you are such a cute little kittie!! :-)

  • Destination Metz

    cute cat! love the name cosette also, very nice.

  • Destination Metz

    cute cat! love the name cosette also, very nice.

  • Penny

    Now that is one cute kitten:)

  • Penny

    Now that is one cute kitten

    :)

  • Leah

    Qu’est-ce qu’elle est mignonne! How old is she about?

  • Leah

    Qu’est-ce qu’elle est mignonne! How old is she about?

  • Emily

    oh how cuteemilywww.backinthegroove.wordpress.com

  • Emily
  • Jennie

    Thanks everyone. I’m so happy I finally got a kitten!Leah, she’s about 2 months old.

  • Jennie

    Thanks everyone. I’m so happy I finally got a kitten!

    Leah, she’s about 2 months old.

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