No problem, let me know if you have any more questions. Oh, another tip on the ears. When you add the pink yarn (I used mohair I got on ebay because it's fuzzy and I have tons of it) make sure you thread it through the inside of the stitches, as opposed to sewing it from front to back. I didn't think of this when I made my first cat hat and the back of the ears were all pink! And looking at what I wrote, it doesn't make too much sense but I think you'll get it when you have an ear and some pink yarn in front of you
Also, I use Lion Brand Thick n Quick yarn for the hats and ears. You can get one adult sized hat or 2 baby/kid hats from one skien, with enough yarn left over for ears and sewing. I can usually knit the basic adult hat in less than two hours. The extra animal stuff is time consuming though. I knit the hats on 10.5 circs which is a smaller needle than TnQ calls for, but it gives the hat a lot of sturdy body and shape, which helps hold the ears up. Eyes and whiskers are just whatever scrap yarn is lying around, usually Lamb's Pride or Country Kitchen or something.
I'd love to see other people's versions of the hat so if anyone makes one, please post pics in this thead!