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Baby Thor

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Thor Made a Fwend!

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Imrlgoddess

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Thor made a friend this week. I've been kitten sitting, she's a wee tiny scrap of a thing. Her mom is munchkin, not sure what dad is, but she wasn't a full price kitty. The first day or so was a bit hairy, she's small but has no fear! She was telling those big cats what side their bread was buttered on! By the end of this week she & Thor have been ripping & roaring. They are quite the partners in crime.

I give you: Mistress Rowena Longbottom (Rowena, I added all the fun bits)

And Thor's "I'm not guilty" face after they midnight trashed my kitchen table & stepped on Honey's macaroons  :laughing-rofl:

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Bethella

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She's adorable! Are you sure you have to give her back?

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Imrlgoddess

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I was down to kidnap her until the last few acts of random destruction. He's taught her very well 🤣 I told my daughter to come get her this weekend. I'll have plenty of visitation! 

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HarryPotterFan

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LITTLY SNUGGLE BABY!!! I love her. You’ll have to share more photos 

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Imrlgoddess

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I can do that. She's a cute little potato biscuit! 

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mango_fandango

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That last photo just says "Yeah, I trashed the biscuits. What are you gonna do about it??"

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