Monday, May 26, 2008

Monday Daily Dose Of Cute:
Purr Where You're Planted


Sarah Kit Kat Kate

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7 comments:

  1. indeed you do have some explaining to do, especially with a kitty that pretty.

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  2. Just yesterday I was scolded (by my husband, not the cats, though I'm sure they would have if they could have) for having the dogs all over my site, and the cats featured only once. I'm just not a cat person.

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  3. Your cat here looks almost indentical to one of my cats, her name is Thelma. We have a Louise too;) They are sisters thatmy husband paid $50 a piece for;0 I mean you can get free kittens all spring why pay for them? Men!!!I think I have a post on her back in my archives I'll go check and leave you a note as to what month it was in. You won't believe the similarity!

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  4. She looks like she posed for the camera! She's probably saying, "Okay, now it's my turn."

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  5. She has a hidden mickey (mouse) on the end of her nose.

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  6. Yeah, what's up with that? Cats are the cutest.

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  7. It is about dang time you had a cat picture! Pour maligned babies! That is one gorgeous kitteh too.

    Molly

    btw, love the donkey pics where Dan disappears. Must have had a groovy night.

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