You all are familiar with this cat, right?
Well. That is Oreo and she is Quinn’s cat. Quinn is super obsessed with Oreo. Oreo is pretty obsessed with Quinn too, so it works out. I’ll put it this way: If you’ve met Quinn, you’ve heard about Oreo. No exceptions.
Today Quinn turned 10 and his gifts were rife with Oreo references.
For example, here is a photo of Quinn right after he opened a birthday gift from my mom, which was a water bottle with a photo of Quinn and Oreo on it:
I mean, he was also really happy that I got him a DustBuster, so the bar is maybe not too high, but you know what I mean, right?
So imagine what happened to Quinn’s face when he saw that I commissioned a portrait of Oreo for his birthday. Oh, don’t imagine. Here it is:
That, incidentally, is also the face I made when I saw the thing. It is SO good.
Then Sam grabbed Oreo and she was all, “What is happening? Help!”
In case you’re wondering, I got the art from the Pet Art Gallery on Etsy. I contacted the artist, who is in the United Kingdom, on May 5. She painted the thing, submitted it to me for approval, and shipped it so that it arrived on May 20, two days before Quinn’s birthday. I cannot recommend her enough.
There is a lot of jealousy amongst the other members of Team Stimey Junior. I have a feeling that I have some great Christmas presents already lined up for two of them.