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I Need Kitten Pics Today


Imrlgoddess

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Snuggly little mongrel. We're still doing the bedtime dance.

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clueliss

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I feel like your blog title is sort of reading my mind.  I did need kitten pics today (I'm in a rather crabby mood here, kitten pics may save a few coworkers)

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Season of life...

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I'm sitting here on my bed with my laptop, perusing Thor's newest pics, and I just felt a bit of fuzziness at my elbow. It's my black cat, Millie, peering around my shoulder at his pictures--there is no doubt she was actually looking.

I asked, "He's a cutie, huh?", and she whirred. It's a cross between a sigh and meow which she only does when she's in a happy mood. I think she may be crushing on him. She's a bit of a cougar.

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Season of life...

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@HarryPotterFan That's certainly possible! She has a dish sponge she carries around like a kitten--she's extremely protective of it. She has been spayed, along with her sister, and to my knowledge neither had given birth before we took them in. They were very young when they found us, and I think someone had just dumped them in our area. 

She's a terrible flirt, and makes sure she is sitting in our bedroom window every day around 5:00 when a neighborhood tom cat wanders through our yard on business. He mostly ignores her, but every so often they share a moment, and she will make her whirring noise.

Cats are such complicated little beings. 

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Imrlgoddess

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Our old man cat, Texi is always happier with a baby.  Before Princess and Thor there was Squeak, another tuxedo baby that I kept.  She was really sleek except for this big bushy squirrel tail and she had a round anime kitty face. That was his buddy, his baby, his beat'em up partner.  She died tragically one afternoon of some mysterious cause, he called for days, it was sad.  Then came Princess but she was never a baby with us, they act like an old married couple together.  He chases her, she growls and threatens to murder him then runs outside.  And now Thor.  That's his new baby.  They get along pretty well.  Princess had zero interest in becoming a mom in any way...Texi is ok with it.  They are, indeed, complicated beings. :kitty:

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47of74

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Here you go - a pic of my sister and brother-in-law's fur troublemakers Maggie and Marvel.

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I miss both of them already.

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catlady

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Here is a better one of Marvin (I didn't realize the other one was so blurry until I saw it on a bigger screen).

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