Oct 31, 2009

Trick or Treat!

I can honestly say that this was the most fun Halloween of my life. Stella decided to dress up as her favorite animal for the festivities, so here is my little kitty-cat getting ready to go begging for treats... The costume was not complete until she had her whiskers...
Stella and Grandpa checking out her new look in the mirror...
Cheese! Stella even had her own kitten to complete the ensemble.
This series was so cute I had to post them all....


Apparently we have been reading too much Cinderella, (or CinderStella as we call it) because Stella tried to ride her pumpkin. I guess nobody told her your fairy godmother has to turn it into a carriage first...
The two cutest kitties in the neighborhood...

Kitty-cat Stella and her two veterinarians...
Say, "Aaaahhhhhh!" Daddy gave Stella a thorough examination before we set out for treats.
It didn't hurt a bit. Look how much fun this girl is having!
A kitty-cat-kiss-sandwich...
She wanted her costume, "Off!"
After a small break from the costume, we loaded up the wagon and set out for trick or treating. We gained a new vet before we left the house, and this time it was one that actually likes animals and even has a little experience with cats.
Stella was all smiles at her first stop...
We have no idea who these folks are, but they were so sweet to Stella and made her first real trick or treating experience very special for her. Her pumpkin was halfway full before we left!
On the way to our next stop, Jamie and Daddy graciously removed any candy that Stella was allergic to from her pumpkin and disposed of it properly. They are so thoughtful, that way....
Stella's love affair with Mr. Eddie begins in the Millet's front yard...
You may also notice that Stella sported her glow-in-the-dark necklace from the Raney's for trick or treating. It was so thoughtful of Emily to remember that Stella is allergic to almost ALL candy and send her a special treat ahead of time even though they wouldn't be around for trick or treating! You know you have great friends when, huh? Here's Stella Cat and Snow White, a.k.a. Molly...
Our last stop of the night was at our own front door, where we were greeted by Grandma Tonie with a bowl full of treats. It was the perfect end to a perfect night, and Stella gave her a sweet, "Thank-you, Maw-maw."
We can't wait to see what Stella will be next year!

7 comments :

The Sharbono Family said...

OH MY GOSH!!! I think I'm bringing the girls' costumes down and we will dress our kids up and take pictures of them so it looks like they spent the holidays together. Very long, wordy sentence just now. :) Cutest kitty cat ever!!!! Uncle Nathan and Aunt Jen are bringing down a REAL kitty cat to give her. ;o)

dara said...

She is sooo cute! I love how y'all were the vets. that was a good idea.

Marylou said...

Stella is so cute! Looks like y'all had a blast! I'm glad her vets were there to take good care of her. Kind of sad that we couldn't stalk the neighborhood trick or treating and have our little cow share in the fun :)

sugarpie said...

I know who those folks are!

Our Life Version 4.0 said...

she was quite the cute kitty!

Emily Raney said...

She looks so cute in her little outfit!! The cat costume was definetly the right choice!!

I hate that we missed all the festivities...but it looks like she had loads of fun anyway!

The Poole Family said...

She is Purrrr-fect. Hahaha...sorry for the cheese. But I seriously don't think she could be any cuter!!