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Blahblah

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Remember that teeny tiny fluff ball that came to live at my house about 6 months ago? He's grown a bit.

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clueliss

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Lordy.  the tail might be bigger than the entire rest of the rather large Alife.  is this what eating power/charge cords does to cats?

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MarblesMom

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Oh my goodness.  You have to be kidding me!  He is HUGE!  And very handsome.

 

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SpoonfulOSugar

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Such a handsome boy.  :bigheart:  Alfie.

 

I particularly like the smudge on his face now.

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HarryPotterFan

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Tell him to stop with that growing nonsense!!

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Blahblah

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He eats like a teenage boy (which he technically is I guess). And yes, his tail is truly spectacular. And now that he is bigger the smudge on his face looks less like he has had a messy dinner :). Happy to report no power cables eaten for several weeks now.

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turquoise

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He was a teeny fluff ball...and now he's a giant fluff ball! Such a handsome kitty.

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AliceInFundyland

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I really want a large orange/white cat. I have the same progression of thoughts every time I look at Alfie. Always ending in the same thing.

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Blahblah

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1 hour ago, AliceInFundyland said:

I really want a large orange/white cat. I have the same progression of thoughts every time I look at Alfie. Always ending in the same thing.

Just go for it!!

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AliceInFundyland

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1 minute ago, Blahblah said:

Just go for it!!

I need an animal friendly dwelling. Then I'm getting a used (shelter) dog and a kitten. It will happen. Been entirely too long. And then they can have a blog of their own :)

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ILoveJellybeans

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Wow, he is soooo big now! Kittens grow so fast!

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CorruptionInc.

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What a handsome boy! Such adorable markings - I have a 10 month old female kitten who is mostly white like Alfie, but where he is orange, she is grey. I have never seen a cat with similar markings until today! :)

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SpoonfulOSugar

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5 minutes ago, CorruptionInc. said:

What a handsome boy! Such adorable markings - I have a 10 month old female kitten who is mostly white like Alfie, but where he is orange, she is grey. I have never seen a cat with similar markings until today! :)

You cannot talk about cats and not post pictures.  #FelineFundamentals  (Not the fundamentalist movement we usually discuss, I know.)

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caszandra

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It's amazing how fast they grow up! He is such a handsome boy @Blahblah. My Alfie is two next month yet it feels like it was just yesterday I got him. Glad to hear your Alfie has stopped eating power cables (for now at least), fingers crossed he doesn't eat any more lol.

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