Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Here Kitty Kitty

With a little bit of sunshine poking through on Friday, we took advantage. Good thing since that little bit of sunshine turned into full blown sunshine.

Preston and I rounded up my Mom and off we went to see some big kitties.


I'm not sure if Preston enjoyed the cats more or if he was just thrilled to be outside. It was a toss up. Although he did seem pretty excited to get in and see where we were. As evidenced by the fact that he refused to wait for me and my Mom to finish paying before he took off.


It was a good thing these cats were fenced in. Preston was so excited to see them that he got right up in their space and would have reached out to pet them if he could have.


One cat in particular seemed very interested in Preston. And by interested I mean that he wanted to eat Preston. As we hung out by his home he jumped up several times on the fence and followed Preston with both his eyes and his body. Keeping an eye on his every movement. Preston found this hilarious. Once again, I was grateful for the fences.


Preston was even willing to take some pictures. Although the only one that turned out good enough was this one of him and my Mom. Since I am unwilling to post a horrible picture of me and him on here for you to laugh at you will just have to settle for this one.


Preston also found another thing that he would like for his birthday. I'm thinking that a tiger might be a little much though. But I'm not one to tell my son no. So if you would liket to make all of Preston's birthday wishes come true, he would like one tiger please.


After seeing all of the lions and tigers and bears (oh my!), Preston was content to entertain himself walking around up on the landscaping retainer wall. Who knew he could be entertained so easily?


We will be going back. After all I can think of nothing better to do than taunting that white tiger with the meal he'll never have.

4 comments:

FranticMommy said...

Popping over from SITs! Great story! That happened to us once but with a Timber Wolf exhibit. Jake was thrilled and I could see in the wolf's eye he wasn't lookin to play play (shudder). That wolf looked as big as Volkswagon to me. Kids love that sort of thing. Only the parents see the alterior motive. Great blog. :)

Irtiza104 said...

i love the pictures. very cute baby... congrats.

:D

Mama Nut said...

You have a darling family!! Your little guy looks like he would hang with my boys (2 and 3 1/2).

I'm visiting from SITS.

Rocksee said...

looks like everyone had a great time!@