Noted fluffy animal collector Martha Stewart recently took to her blog to announce the arrival of two all-new adorable flat-faced kittens to her brood: Ch'in, named after after Emperor Ch'in, who ruled China in 221 BC and for whom China gets its name, and Kublai Khan, named after a grandson of Genghis Khan, who became the Mongolian emperor in 1260.
The impossibly poofy Persians join Stewart's now 3-year-old calico Persians, Princess Peony and Empress Tang, as well as Himalayans Bartok and Vivaldi, who in her own words, are "becoming quite old." Stewart also points to the recent passing of her beloved Himalayan, Verdi, as a deciding factor in adding more cats to her clan.
A gallery accompanying the post displays several captioned pictures of the kittens settling into their new home, including one curious shot (above) that demonstrates the unusual way Martha asserts her dominance over ALL species. Say what you want about the domestic diva, but this is one lady who really loves her cats!
Click over to Martha's blog to enjoy the full photo gallery.