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Imrlgoddess

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Sometimes the authorities leave their thrones for us kitties to keep warms for dems. Those thrones have their shcmells & are very good for cradling sleepy kitties. That dog thing can't get into them, so I knows they're extra good. 

I been singing my songs for dems at nighttime. I know my mommy misses me when I'm not in her sleepy spot wif her. She even answers me wif a "shhhh" hissy noise. Hoomans forgot how to purr. 

I think I'm going to play wif my nippy mouse. 

 

-T. Thor Winchester the Thord 

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feministxtian

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Herow Thor. Us do the same ting at us howse. Keeps da sitting pwaces warm for us hoomans. Dey dont wet us in da sweepy woom either. We wike seein ur pictures all da times.

wes sayin hai from da desert. Luke & Leia

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samira_catlover

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Lucky and Trixie sez hai, Thor.  Da Hoomans haz a watterbed, wich iz warm and snuggly---but Momma getz hot n kold at nite, and playz "flip" wit coverz, so we haz to sleep on Daddy's side. U R a gorgeous big kitteh now!

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mango_fandango

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I've just gone through the whole blog. Holy crap he was TINY. I don't have cats (Dad is allergic) but I do like them so I can get a kitty fix this way :pb_biggrin: Thor is adorable!! 

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Imrlgoddess

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On 8/5/2017 at 7:52 PM, mango_fandango said:

I've just gone through the whole blog. Holy crap he was TINY. I don't have cats (Dad is allergic) but I do like them so I can get a kitty fix this way :pb_biggrin: Thor is adorable!! 

It really amazes me when I see old photos of him and he was sooo little!  His Bun Bun dwarfed him and now he dwarfs it!  

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