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Thor the study Kitten

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Imrlgoddess

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Typing, writing, and wailing on metal...these are a few of my favorite things....:music-singing:  Ok not all of'em.  But the carpal tunnel is getting a workout this semester!  Thor says as long as the petting hand is still functional, he's ok.  He even occasionally tests it out with his teefs to make sure the feeling is still there!  Such a sweet kitty.  I've been doing a lot of my online work at the dinner table so his favorite place is on the saddle behind me.  (yes there's a saddle and full tack in my dining room....don't ask, that's what happens when you marry a pack-rat cowboy)  It's very good for cradling even chubby kitties.  Each morning when any of us goes out the door, he's watching in his big special window looking at The World.  

We've made the mistake of letting him sleep in the bed with us again a few times.  Somewhere around 2 am I wake up to purrs and feets in and on my face quickly followed up with the whole body.  He feels the need to kiss kiss and flea me whilst purring his butt off.  Out into the hallway he goes.  Then my 3:45 alarm goes off so I can take the nephew to work around the corner.  Needless to say, mama is tired!

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