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Mighty Thorsday


Imrlgoddess

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Biting, jumping, whining, running, talking, staring, being a CAT!  I am da Mighty Thor! 

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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Great pictures! He looks amazing. :)

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Imrlgoddess

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My office has really great natural light so it's much easier to get him when he's here :my_shy: 

He's a playing/purring machine!

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Mela99

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Ooh, that thumb stands no chances against such a vicious and ferocious little tiger <3 

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feministxtian

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That face kills me...such a bright-eyed little tiger...attack that thumb baby...practice for toes! 

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Caribou

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Best pictures yet @Imrlgoddess!! The fur on his tiny toes seems to be much thicker. He looks so healthy and happy and bright-eyed. Just heartwarming and wonderful. 'Ya done good.

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feministxtian

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Need MOAR Thor pics...he always puts a smile on my face!!! 

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catlady

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ok, so how on earth do you and your coworkers get anything done? 

it's so good to see him looking alert and cat-like!!!  and yes, his paws do look a little furrier.

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feministxtian

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I wouldn't get a bit of work done with that little critter around...I'd have to spend my time petting, cuddling, playing with and skritching little critter...

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Imrlgoddess

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@catlady There's only my husband, our one instructor, and me.  He gets passed between my office and my husbands.  He walks all over the desks and gets held while I one handed type.  He's pretty quiet and is happy to occupy himself as long as he knows I'm in here with him.  Little Hooman starts school in  about 2 weeks so she's on kitten duty till then.  He's only been back here the last couple of days cause she was off doing teenagery things.  

@feministxtian as you wish :my_shy:  He's fussing at me for putting him back in his little cubby hole whilst I type 

That tongue!!!!!! 

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feministxtian

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Mighty Thor is NOT pleased...he is saying "dammit momma...you WILL hold da mighty kitteh...I am  THOR!"

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Maggie Mae

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You are lucky that I don't know where you live because THOR is in DANGER of being catnapped! Not only is he bright-eyed and will soon be bushy tailed, but he's got the BEST NAME. 

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Grimalkin

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8 hours ago, feministxtian said:

I wouldn't get a bit of work done with that little critter around...I'd have to spend my time petting, cuddling, playing with and skritching little critter...

     That, then I would feel bad because I wasn't petting and playing with the other cat (I believe she has an adult cat) so then I would go and play with that one so he didn't feel left out.

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samira_catlover

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OMG, you HAVE to keep posting pics, with or without tongue.  How much milk is he drinking at a shot, and has he learned to lap from a saucer, and do you still need to make Kitten Burrito for feeding?

GO, go, gooooooooo, Baby Thor! Get big and strong and mighty and scare the hell out of the Senior Cats!

We had a tongue kitty--pics available on request.  Gargoyle (the name got really short-listed--imagine a mostly Exotic Shorthair from the pound with a way-pushed-back flatface, and his tongue sticking out) was a complete darling, especially when he'd curl up on our chests while asleep.

****AHHHHH!  It's a Oriental Cat Demon, trying to suck out my soul!!!****

 

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feministxtian

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My two dingalings have figured out that they BOTH can get petted at the same time if they sit on either side of me. Right now, one is staring at the wall (could be a bug) and the other one is watching the staring. 

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samira_catlover

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Oh, your kittehs are copying ours. "Let's just stare at nothing and freak the Hoomans out!"

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feministxtian

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they don't freak us out anymore. We're used to their oddness. I left the bedroom door open and He Who Thinks He is a Mighty Hunter hunted my stuffed critters right out into the living room. Sister looks at him as if he's lost his damn mind then plays with a pony tail holder. They're cheap entertainment!

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catlady

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Baby Charlie has never met a box he didn't like:

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feministxtian

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The Mighty Hunter was trying to kill (or eat) a paper bag earlier. His sister drank some of my coffee. If the level in the cup is too low for her, she does the paw-dip. Kitty on caffiene is interesting. 

I thought cats couldn't taste sweet...so why do my demons LOVE sweet things? I've had to fight for my cheesecake, my soda, my coffee. 

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Imrlgoddess

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Our old man, Texi, as a kitten systematically stole every single hair tie my ex & I owned. We both had long hair at one point & I found 15 of them under the washer in our apartment kitchen. Princess, the diva, steals nothing. She's FAR too important & regal to be amused by... wait was that a catnip mouse, brb.

Thor is still wanting to suck at the milk but he's getting the idea. I use a Glad ware lid because it has a depression in the middle and a raised edge so he kind of suck/licks the milk off the edge. He's currently napping, as soon as he's up & about, Little Hooman will be on kitten picture patrol. :my_shy:

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feministxtian

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In case you can't see the link...my silly girl drinking coffee

 

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Imrlgoddess

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"Could use a touch of cream mom.... My what a pleasant day for bird... watching..." 

She's a doll @feministxtian :my_shy:

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Caribou

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Some "tongue action" from my 15 year old. He sat like that for over 10 minutes (and does so quite frequently) and my husband started freaking out. "Call the vet!! He's having a stroke or something!"

It was pretty hilarious.

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