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Thor, a little less manly



I checked him out good this morning, he's healing like a pro on the outside. I was still trying to keep him mellow but he's an active baby. He slept all night under the covers with me, woke up around 5 am to lay on my face. 

He's a sweet one. Last night he was curled up with the old man & today he's happy on Little Hoomans soft Binky. 

He seems to have some alopecia going on, probably a flea allergy. He's been dosed & scrubbed so we're just waiting for his fur to thicken back up. As Honey said, leave it up to us to have the special needs kids. 








Awhh.... FJ's baby! He looks so snuggly, I just wanna buy him all the nippy in the world and tell him what a good boy he is..


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According to a link that @ViolaSebastian posted in the latest Benessa thread (Seewald 17), apparently black cats are the most chill of all.  Torties have the most attitude.

Edited by PennySycamore

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what a sweetie!! my felines are curled up next to me...one up against my right leg and the other one is on my right hip and has her face on my arm. I'm sweating my ass off!!! 


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Look at that little black ball of love, he gets cuter by the minute!


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He is just a Thor-oughly adorable baby--but the Old Man isn't bad, either. *sends over kittybumps*


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