Words matter. These are the best Kitten Quotes from famous people such as Buddy Rice, Michelle Branch, Marie Helvin, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Meg Tilly, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
When the car’s going well, I purr like a kitten.
I’m lucky because I have a job I love. I really miss being away from home, being in my own bed, seeing my animals and siblings, having my moms cookies. I have a couple cats. I got a kitten about a year ago and now Im going on the road so I wont see him for a while. I feel bad.
I can’t stand small babies. I would rather give birth to a kitten or a colt… a little pony.
Through my Instagram, I’m always posting pictures of kitten fosters and if it inspires one person to go to his or her local shelter and adopt, it’s worth it.
I still have a problem with nuns. I follow them around like a kitten with a ball of yarn. After a while, all my characters become very close friends.
Well, when I was a little girl we had 17 cats once. They all lived outside, and they kept having more kittens. My mom made us put little ribbons around each kitten’s neck, put them in a wagon, and go door-to-door around the neighborhood to try to give them away.
A kitten is in the animal world what a rosebud is in the garden.
They say the test of literary power is whether a man can write an inscription. I say, ‘Can he name a kitten?’
Can you design a Rorschach test that’s going to make everyone feel something every time – and that looks like a Rorschach test? It’s easy to show a picture of a kitten or a car accident. The question is, how abstract can you get and still get the audience to feel something when they don’t know what’s happening to them?
I like BuzzFeed, and I understand the pressure that online reporters are under. But I think everyone agrees that, despite all the awesome kitten gifs, they’re still obligated to be skeptical of government officials and ask the right questions.
What was called extreme 20 years ago definitely isn’t extreme anymore. When I started, I remember people saying, ‘Oh my God, I can’t walk in that!’ It was like, three inches – they look like kitten heels now.
I was writing songs as a kid about leprechauns and Catwoman and teapots – whatever it is that little girls wanna sing about. The first song I wrote was called ‘Kitten.’
Once you get a kitten, the natural thing you do is take a billion photos.
I declare I would rather be a kitten and cry, ‘Mew!’ than live as I see many of my female acquaintances do, tearing each other’s characters to pieces, and wearing out their lives in vanity and vexation of spirit.
A kitten is chiefly remarkable for rushing about like mad at nothing whatever, and generally stopping before it gets there.
There’s something to be said for going to a shelter and checking out the adults first because you can really get to know the personalities of the animals. Whereas when you get a puppy or kitten, you don’t really know what you’re going to end up getting.
Everything about ‘Kitten Bowl’ has been so tremendous.
I really like the look of the 1950s, lots of suburban Americana influences. I’m 5’4′, so I like kitten heels occasionally because I can move around a bit easier, but pointy-toed pumps are very elongating.
A kitten will run then fall asleep. They’re so unpredictable!
I once told a journalist that girls call me ‘Kitten,’ but I couldn’t have been more sarcastic, and no matter how many times I’ve said that it was a joke, it still doesn’t go away.
The truth is that most of your Facebook friends are too busy counting their own ‘likes’ to pay attention to you for more than a few seconds anyway. Unless you happen to be a kitten who’s in love with a baby goat, in which case you should hire a publicist immediately.
When I go out with the ladies, I don’t force them to pronounce my name. I tell them I like to go by the nickname of Kitten.
The trouble with a kitten is that eventually it becomes a cat.
I like the name Atomic Kitten. It’s so great.
I have a lot of mice, I have a kitten named ‘Girr,’ I have an iguana named ‘Invader Zim,’ I have some fish, a whole buncha water snails, and a tarantula named ‘Sweet Pea.’