10-4-08 – Kitties at Petsmart

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Little Zoe, my peanut, still waiting for her forever home. She has the smoothest, silkiest fur and such a long tail – I just know the right person will come along and fall in love with her. The sooner the better!

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This is Emerson – I love love LOVE his markings. And I didn’t notice it at the time, but he has some big ears, doesn’t he?

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This is Emery, who is just the sweetest little lovebug. He followed me around, rubbed against my legs, asked to be petted, the whole nine yards. SO SWEET!

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Raisin. What a sweet little thing! Kind of shy, but so sweet and such a little purrbaby.

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Another shot of Emery and his cool swirly markings.

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This is Little Sister. The picture doesn’t do justice to what a tiny little thing she is. She’s another sweetheart who loved being held and petted.

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Zoe, keeping an eye on the other kittens. Someone has to!

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This is either Friar Tuck or Little John, I don’t know which. So pretty, with the long, long fur.

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I think this is Rikki, though I can’t swear to it. Rikki’s just chilling, watching the action.

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“How YOU doin’?”

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“My trash can!”
“No, MINE!”
“No way, I’m up here, it’s MINE!”

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“‘Sup?”

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Zoe had her eye on a feather toy that she couldn’t quiiiiiite reach.

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With all the wild thangs running around in the cat room, it’s kind of like a circus sometimes.

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Raisin makes use of the scratching post. Smart girl!

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I believe this is Will Scarlet. Will says “What?”

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This is Eja. She’s a shy little girl, but once she realizes there’s petting to be had, she turns into quite the purring monkey.

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Previously
2007: Their story is that they’re 5 sisters, about five months old, and they were, I believe, the kittens of a feral cat.
2006: So stop asking why, you stinkin’ peoples.
2005: Look guilty, don’t they?

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