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Thor-Beir Gardian

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Imrlgoddess

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However you call it: 

Easter, Ostara, Resurrection Weekend, Extra Day off Work, enjoy it! Thor kitty has been stalking the roommates all day & being snuggle kitty at night. We've got windows open, fresh air blowing in, little bit of cleaning happening. A few days ago Thor passed out asleep in Texi's fur.... they stayed like that for quite a while, content in the sunbeam.

Thor's currently helping me with my beer situation. He tested out the box & decided he needed to do some QC. The bottles held his chubby butt just fine. 

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Imrlgoddess

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I've been so caught up in my final semester...I feel like I'm spinning in circles some days.

I'm almost there tho!!! And my smushy baby cat is head butt loving me through it. :my_biggrin:

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Mela99

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I love the face plant asleep in other kitty. 

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Imrlgoddess

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Me too, I looked over and just laughed, he would do that to Princess when she'd let.  Her fur is really long and he was just fascinated by it as a kitten.  He'd reach out and gently touch her fur just in awe!

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Season of life...

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I haven't been on FJ for a while, so It's been some time since I've had my Thor fix--he's grown into a handsome fellow! 

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Imrlgoddess

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Thank you! Hims quite proud of his handsomeness :my_biggrin:

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