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He's just so adorable!


Imrlgoddess

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August 26 made two full months, he's so bouncy & cute! He likes under the beds, hanging out in the fridge, even got shut in the spice cabinet for a few minutes the other day. He gives the big cats a run for their money & has us on our toes at all times. 

Women all around me are having babies... I'm over here saying, "I've got a kitten....!"

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feministxtian

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He is KITTEH THOR!!! Mighty Thor! King of all he surveys. Strong, tough as nails, sweet as sugar. He makes my heart happy. Once again, thank you for sharing him with all of us. 

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samira_catlover

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We kin haz moar pics, pleeze? He is sooooooo cuddly and sweet.  As for babies versus cats:

  • Cats can often housebreak themselves.  Try THAT with your 2-year-old.
  • Not to mention, talking back is *somewhat* less severe than it'll be with a teenager.
  • Have never seen a kitty scribble all over a wall. Spray or scratch, maybe, but at least no Crayolas.
  • Cats are marginally less fussy about food than kids.
  • You'll never have to stand in line at Disney World and buy costly souveniers. Lots of pricy cat toys, yeah....

 

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Imrlgoddess

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@samira_catlover I'm feeling that list!! I'll take the little pin holes in the bathroom wallpaper any day over crayon scribbles. 

As soon as he gets big enough to wear his collars I'm going to make a little Hammer as his tag :my_biggrin:

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samira_catlover

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Hon, if you make that hammer BIG ENOUGH, you can definitely reduce the leaping up on the furniture, on toes at night, on countertops, etc.---just sayin'. *wonders if her FurBosses will retailate for that comment and make her sleep outside tonight*

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feministxtian

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Leia is doing her "flat cat" imitation...sunk into the top of the couch...all curled up kitteh style with her tail over her nose. They are so sweet when they are asleep. Kinda like kids. Big furry bro is attempting to make himself fit on the tree that I bought them when they were wee little things...they don't fit anymore. Luke falls off on a regular basis. 

I'm just glad neither one of them have thumbs....or a lightsaber.

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Awwwww!! He just wanted to help season dinner I bet! 

Give him extra lovies from Auntie Mela. I'm trying to spread the good kitteh karma. 

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feministxtian

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Mr. Xtian (the alleged cat-hater*) says that Thor looks like he's got his cat-act all together. 

 

*he CLAIMS to hate cats but will get all mushy when Leia lays on him.

 

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Imrlgoddess

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@samira_catlover

Kitten therapy is the best!

 

 

(I can't figure out how to remove the tag, I've signed out, killed the page... It's still there)

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