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She's a nice little girl.
I'm glad you have such a wonderful new companion.Backyard Astronomer
I guess she hasn't tired you out enough, then. They're adorable at this stage, but you need a week of late night smashing and thumping to start wishing them all grown. The last serious encounter with ours when they were kittenz had me swearing I would never again take anything but an adult cat.
Actually she's very sweet. She plays a lot, but she's just as happy to play by herself with her toys and she doesn't wake me up at night.Of course she's still really little, she make get louder as she gets bigger.
I recognize that look:"I love you, Dad"(The fact that she then runs off and shreds something has no bearing on the sentiment.) :^)
Did she sleep last night or was she up playing all night?
Oh!Happy one week Maddiversery....
little minx. a week flew by!
We're the ones who mark the time that passes, THEY're always in the eternal present, ready to vanquish an invisible foe or lay on your lap purring. Happy Valentine's Week to 4Legs and Ms. Madeleine.
fourlegs said:Actually she's very sweet. She plays a lot, but she's just as happy to play by herself with her toys and she doesn't wake me up at night.Of course she's still really little, she make get louder as she gets bigger.To which I reply:Of course, our kittenz were semiferal when we got them, and had others to teach them Wicked Wayz. They spent most of one week running vertically up walls and curtains and then leaping from curtain tops straight onto my sleeping form. Nothing like being woken out of a sound sleep by a cheerful felinquent. I think Nature makes them really cute and very fast as a necessary survival mechanism.
You are going to submit that to Daily Kitten, yes?
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