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Baby Thor

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Imrlgoddess

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Playing with my baby. He knows what the glowy thing is for & regularly knocks it out of our hands, but not before he gets his studio debut taken care of. He's a very good sniffer of everything, gotta to check it all out! 

His fur is thickening up again, no more Sentry brand flea med, I guess it's the cheaper stuff & a random bath to keep him from itching. Getting that summer fight started early! 

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ILoveJellybeans

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Awwwww what a precious sweet kitty <3

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Mela99

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So Thor is a wine kitty? Me too, buddy! You should get him some of the Pinot Meow cat wine :D 

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Imrlgoddess

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He like to stick his head in my glass!  I'm going to look that up @Mela99  :my_biggrin:

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feministxtian

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LOVE the Thor-kitty! He's got plenty of catitude, that's for sure!  He knows who's boss there (hint it ain't the hoomans)...gotta love it. 

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church_of_dog

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5 hours ago, Mela99 said:

Pinot Meow

:pb_lol::pb_lol::pb_lol:

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pamplemousse

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I love seeing your pictures of sweet baby Thor! He's a gorgeous kitty.

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Imrlgoddess

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He's my sweetums.  I love the way his little claws poke out on the ends of his toes!  We trimmed him yesterday and they still juuuuust barely stick out.  SO CUTE!

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CorruptionInc.

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He also seems to like wine, he's a top chap in my book!

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LadyCrow1313

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Thank you for sharing these. They made me smile.  :) 

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Imrlgoddess

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My pleasure.  His little trilly meows are the highlight of my day.  

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