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Imrlgoddess

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He's a big, long, sleek pain in the butt. But he's so worth it. He wants to sleep with us at night but he doesn't settle down immediately. There has to be walking all over us & ultimately walking on any furniture knocking things about. So the routine has begun: go to bed, shut the door. Hear pathetic little mewmew & scratches. Cave at the sound, open the door to find him laid up against it purring. Grab the baby, squeeze & smooch him & say night night. Then out he goes down the hall to do cat things & we go to bed. 

Oh! And he absolutely loves the picture window!

Spoiled. Rotten.

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feministxtian

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Him not spoiled...him a sweet little baby kitteh that needs to be with his mommy all the time. 

Good grief...he's growing up so fast!

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CorruptionInc.

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Thor looking out the window is adorable! Such a sweet little fluff! 

They do not stay small for long and I am totally hearing you about the bed routine.

Older cat (12) is there all night because he goes to the toilet just before bed and then settles in. Younger cat (1) bounds in and jumps around on the bed, kneads my face, licks my face, annoys the older one and then runs out again and decides it's time to have the loudest play past 10pm!

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Imrlgoddess

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Omg the after 10 pm house romp, yes! It's all feets & hisses. Random thuds... the occasional sound of paper type things hitting the floor... it like having tiny elephants in the house. 

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HarryPotterFan

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Don't forget the loud pitter patter of tiny kitty feet as they go off chasing each other at 2 am. 

Thor is the highlight of my Thursdays.

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