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Velvet Thor


Imrlgoddess

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Made his vet appointment! Basic shots & his little fuzzies are going bye bye at the beginning of February. In the meantime he's tromping all over everything in the house & being super slut kitten when we go to bed. Lots of head boops & wet nose kisses. And he really loves his daddy's chair! 

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Mela99

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He's got the cutest little chocolate cupcake tummy with that spot of cream filling 

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Bethella

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I know that you're being a responsible pet parent but the idea of no little baby Thorinas or Thorsteins makes me sad (admittedly, after watching the news it isn't taking much to make me sad this week)

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Season of life...

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Oh! I didn't know that he has a white modesty patch! My black kitty, Millie, has one, too, along with a patch higher up that looks like a bra. When she naps she's usually belly up, and we joke that she is flashing her undies at us.

Those huge eyes in the second picture--wow. How do you keep from upending can after can of tuna for him, because he is really working it right there!

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LadyCrow1313

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Such a dapper young lad!

ps: I like the floor tile in the bottom picture; is that in your kitchen or bathroom? And, by the way, we may have the same rug (it's on the right side of the bottom picture; does it have a no-slip bottom to it?).  ;) 

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HarryPotterFan

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:bigheart: kitty. Look at those eyes! Big eyes looking up at you, controlling everyone with the cuteness. 

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Imrlgoddess

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He has a neat belly side, he's got that tiny white patch just under his neck...like a little tie.  And then he's got kind of an extra wide cumberbund...white patch between his front legs and then the white down at the bottom.  I munch on his fuzzy belly regularly :my_smile:  I'd like to think we're immune to the cute, but I know that's totally false.  The older cats just give us these ugly looks because he get away with murder.  He's got this thing he does when he gets in trouble....we go through the "GETDOWNFROMTHEREDAMMITTHOR!" spray bottle, what have you....then he disappears. Walk around the kitchen island or into the hallway....he's flopped all sprawled out on the floor giving the MOST pathetic "I'm so tired and so sorry" look ever.  We cave. 

@LadyCrow1313 That's the kitchen, old old linoleum, I'm not even sure it comes like that anymore!  The rug I think has the no slip on the bottom....I don't know how to wash dishes without making a bigger mess so I have rugs everywhere!

 

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