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My new kitty settling in

Postby Trailblaze1 » Dec 06, 2008 11:05 am

I think I finally captured a happy face on him!....to me it looks like he's smiling in this photo, does it to you?: (he seems to like the new climbing structure DH built).

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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby Katherine » Dec 06, 2008 11:36 am

Thats a very happy looking kitty. And a cute photo, too.

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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby Ron Evers » Dec 06, 2008 12:09 pm

Yup, he looks quite content.
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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby Grannygardener » Dec 06, 2008 12:34 pm

I'm really taken by his beautiful green eyes. That's one contented kitty. Edie
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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby evepet » Dec 06, 2008 12:45 pm

He looks very content and happy TB. I'm sure he's very, very thankful to have found a loving home. :)
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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby Eeyore » Dec 06, 2008 1:10 pm

This guy really is a cutie!
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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby butterfly » Dec 06, 2008 1:26 pm

TB

It is a good job you live far away from me with a kitty like that

This kind of cat is my favorite haveing 3 the same color

He would be with me if not with you if I loved closer

With that face how could any one turn him away

Gad he is pretty . His fat face is not from age as the vet told you that is a nutty idea cause all my cats and every cat I have had in 60 years always had chubby cheecks like that beginning in the Fall. They put weight on over the winter and he is just getting fat. He will loose it in the Spring when he becomes more active.

Oh gad I love him. what an adorable face and he knows he is pretty and he is using his handsome looks with those eyes to sway you. He knew what he was doing when you paid attention to him way back. But he would sink me too sigh sigh !!!

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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby bluebird » Dec 06, 2008 1:28 pm

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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby butterfly » Dec 06, 2008 1:47 pm

Trailblaze1 wrote:I think I finally captured a happy face on him!....to me it looks like he's smiling in this photo, does it to you?: (he seems to like the new climbing structure DH built).



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THis is Mickey. I am in bed. He is laying on my chest as he and his brother Nickey have done every nite ince they were tiny kittens only now they are too big to do this but try and tell them that

This pic is too close but he lays on my chest to be patted before going to sleep

15-20 min of pattying then he moves but they are heavy

If I dare stop pattying him he will grab my hand with his teeth and pull my hand towards him to keep patting his head

This was taken in the summer but now they are putting on a lot of weight. They don't go outside any more until Maybe May

So they are getting the fat face cheeks too. In another month he will look moore like your guy

So glad I don't have all 4 cats laying on me.

Mickey is 19 lbs Niceky is 21, Gibbons is 25 and Percy is 16 lbs

I'd be dead with all of them on me at once but they take their turns for the lovin head pattying before lites out

He looks cranky here but he in't. He is half asleep and I don't think he liked the flash

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Re: My new kitty settling in

Postby bluewillow » Dec 06, 2008 2:08 pm

TB
What a gorgeous kitty and the most unusual eyes. Great shot too. She is one happy looking little one. Glad she found you. :wink:

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