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Twelfthnight Thor



He's not a jellybean anymore!!!!! :my_cry:

He is awfully handsome in bow ties though. All the fancy kitties wear them on new years.  He passed out in our bed the other morning... with his tongue sticking out looking all cute. 





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I love when they sleep with their tongue poking out! Just sooo cute!

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Good grief...the jelly bean is still tres adorbs...What is up with that? I think it's kinda like human babies...they're made just so adorable that when they turn into teenagers you don't want to just punt them out in the night...

Speaking of...got a set of 2 year old feline twins that may or may not get turned into kitty paw pie after last night...

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I don't have the words for what a snuggly little handsome smooch he is. I just wanna smother him with kisses and give him all the milk and cheese a kitty could eat.

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I am loving his bow tie! It suits him so much!
My how he has grown - he looks so happy and content. Such a handsome boy!

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