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Kitten Duties


Imrlgoddess

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He's a busy boy. Helping wake mama up on Saturday mornings with wet noses & whiskers, keeping the Old Man in line, pouncing all those invisibles, and of course helping with bed sheets! 

He's becoming a long, lean snuggle baby. He's already outgrown his collar! New collar this week & I have to make sure I put his bow ties & post some pics!

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feministxtian

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I can't believe he's not the wee jellybean anymore...he's all CAT now. Thank you so much for sharing him with all of us. 

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Imrlgoddess

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Little Hooman was showing me pictures she found on her phone of him as a bitty one. I miss my jellybean but I wouldn't trade my sleek baby for anything. :my_heart: I'm happy he's loved far & wide.

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samira_catlover

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He has done so incredibly from that tiny helicoptering-paw scrap of fur! *sends over scritches*

 

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I want to toss him one of my catnip socks. He's gorgeous. So shiny and sleek.

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DaniLouisiana

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He's gorgeous!! New here-but couldn't resist when I saw your title 'kitten duties'. My profile pic is my bday present (in a few weeks) from my daughter. His name is Bastien.

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LadyCrow1313

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On ‎11‎/‎7‎/‎2016 at 1:50 AM, DaniLouisiana said:

He's gorgeous!! New here-but couldn't resist when I saw your title 'kitten duties'. My profile pic is my bday present (in a few weeks) from my daughter. His name is Bastien.

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Sweet baby! :my_heart: Reminds me of our my cat Ming. She ran around the corner of my mother's house when we were having a picnic many moons ago, jumped up in the middle of the table & we took her in. We never knew how old she truly was (as she was an adult), but we figure she was at least 20+ years when she passed. She was white, too, & had a dark spot on her head (that lightened as she got older).

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