What They Do Together When They’re Not Napping

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Kitten and Little, just before they turned into a whirling ball of gray and orange.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 21, 2009  

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  1. 10-21
    1:47
    am

    I love pics of the furry children. I suspect your life, like mine, would be missing alot without my beloved felines. They’re turning into beautiful boys. Ok, handsome boys.

  2. 10-21
    6:16
    am

    :help: One day I’ll have a cat in the house…or at least a cat on this farm that I can actually cuddle without dogs trying to chase it! :hungry2:

  3. 10-21
    9:45
    am

    This is what we call “Kitty Wars”. They will get up and stand upright on their hind legs and beat each other up. It is quickly resolved and they are best buds again–napping and licking each other to no end. We NEVER get in the middle of the mess though so they can settle the disagreement without getting ourselves scratched.

  4. 10-21
    1:46
    pm

    They are so cute and so sleek and healthy looking, too! They look very well cared for and happy. Aren’t they lucky to have found such a great home!

  5. 10-21
    4:23
    pm

    Mine are the opposite! They start licking each other, one gets mad, then BOOM!! One’s mad ’cause the other was being nice. :devil2:

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