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Happy Birthday Thor!


Imrlgoddess

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One whole year has passed since Honey & I pulled into our driveway & heard little frantic mews coming from under our house. Thor was the first to crawl out from where ever they'd been stashed, his 2 siblings followed. Their mama abandoned them so I brought them inside starving & tiny. Little Loki was the runt, he didn't make it a whole day. And little Hestia went to meet him 2 weeks later. But Thor. Thor fought & survived. I never saw a kitten that tiny & never raise one before. He showed up just in time for me. We rescued each other. 

I have always told them they had a whole world praying for them.

Our Thor Baby is a long sleek, slightly chubby love bug. I can't believe its been a year!

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ILoveJellybeans

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Happy Birthday Thor!! He is all grown up!

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Bethella

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Happy birthday Thor!!! Here's some cake for you! :cake: (imagine it's made of kitty approved ingredients)

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pamplemousse

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Happy birthday, Thor! I hope you get all the goodies you want today...I know you will get lots of love!

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catlady

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he may be a grown-up now, but he will always be Baby Thor!  what a cutie!

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apandaaries

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happy birthday, Thor! He's so handsome. 

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Mela99

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Happy Birthday to FJ's favorite handsome boy! He looks so good in that bowtie! I hope you get lots of nippy and treats and lovies!

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PennySycamore

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Happy Birthday, Thor!  May you get all your favorite treats today!

Thank you for rescuing the kittens, @Imrlgoddess and giving them a home even if it was for too brief a period for Loki and Hestia.  I'm glad that Thor survived.  You done good!

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Imrlgoddess

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Kitty celebration num nums. And a toy that moves! He's still warming up to it :my_shy:

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feministxtian

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Happy birthday baby boy! I can't believe it's been a whole year. Whoda thunk that the tiny jellybean would turn into such a sleek panther. Give our boy hugs and skritches from us. 

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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Wow! He really beat all the odds (with lots of help from you, @Imrlgoddess). 

:bdayparty:, Thor! Enjoy it, you big, gorgeous boy.

(I just love that emoticon. :pb_redface: )

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CorruptionInc.

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Happy birthday darling Thor! I hope your mum puts a birthday hat on you!

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