Posted on August 6, 2006 by Swakrta — 5 CommentsKitten experiment I shot this video of some kittens I spent time with in Chilika. Trying to see if I can embed the video here: Nope, doesn’t seem to work. So here’s a link instead: Kittens Share this:TweetMoreEmailWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Post navigationPrevious post: MemeNext post: Found knitting books 5 thoughts on “Kitten experiment” Deneen August 6, 2006 They are so thin with such big ears (or maybe the thinness makes their ears look bigger??) Loading... Reply Claudia August 15, 2006 Hey there!! Now I ask Where Is She Now??!! i hope everything is fine!!! =) Have a nice week!!! =) kisses, Claudia Loading... Reply Heide August 17, 2006 Hello, I’ve been meaning to contact you for some time now, but upheavals in my family have prevented it so far. You left a comment on my blog back in July regarding my comment left on Grumperina’s blog regarding metal needles. (That sentence was a mouthful). Were you ever able to get needles? I read on your blog that a friend was trying to get you some Denise’s Needles. I do have metal needles that I am unable to use because my hands hurt. If you would like them then I can send them to you. My email address is: email@example.com and if you send me your mailing address I will send them to you! I love your kitten video. Cats are my favorite animals. Happy knitting (and crocheting) too! Loading... Reply Lucy August 18, 2006 OHHHH…you tagged me in the last post…I missed it! I”llget on it right away (I was on vacation and stuff!) You’re the first person to tag me on a meme…i’m so excited!!! Loading... Reply Barb August 20, 2006 Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yarn stores are sparse on the Big Island. Closes to Kona would be Ben Franklin/Ace Hardware in Waimea. They are a general craft store and sell craftier type yarns, although the Oahu ones now sell Cascade if you are into felting. The biggest one is in Hilo, probably and hour and a half drive from Waikaloa, called Big Island Bernina. I’m not aware of any others on the Kona side, but I always check the phone book in the hotel room to see if any new ones have opened. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.