She's so tiny! I have a rabbit twice her size!
Don't you wish we never gained weight like her? ;)
Ahh - I've missed your cat pictures. Love Molly Doodle - she is so consistently ticked off at something around her - I admire consistency. Beautiful tiny girl - it is funny 'cause we call our rat terrier - Corey Doodlebug - not her registered name but her secret love language name. LOL - I'm too tired.
She is so cute! I would love to see something with her in the pictures to give some size reference...her food bowl, a glass, your hand, etc. I forgot she was only 4 1/2 pounds.
My cat is 4 times as much as her! She is so cute! How did you keep her so slim! ;)
Our kitty (Kneadermeier) is a light weight too. My daughter has a six month old kitten that weighs more than our fully grown cat.
I love it when cats compress themselves. It's always surprising, then, when the decompress, stretch and walk away. Where did all that cat come from???
What a cutie as ususal. I have err lets say a few cats. One being very small in size and weighs just about four pounds too. He is a dilute orange with long hair. Do you think Molly would like a younger cat version of Fabio :)
Hi - loving your blog!!We also have a tiny feline. She's a cutie.
I really like her black eyeliner!
She's very pretty! I love her very intense eyes. I have a slim black cat, as well.
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