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If I didn't know better, I'd swear you were Photoshopping that kitty's eyes, they's so BEEEEG!.
Nope. No photoshop.And she looks surprised like that all the damn time.
Odd, a lynx with lemur eyes. What the hell are you working on in the lab 4LG?Can I get and owl that sings like a canary?No, no wait how about a labrador that uses a cat box.Yeah, that's it!The snow has melted and the back yard is just HORRID!
Don't you dare replace that bottom photo.Maddie's sideways glance, "Come hither, my love." is enchanting. Even tho we can see that she's chewing on her feather-on-a-stick, and probably thinking "my toy, my feather …"She still looks like she's thinking "I'll tilt my head a bit and overwhelm him with my hypercuteness."
I love the bottom photo. She's so coy killing her feather on a stick.You are one lucky centaur, FLG!-mnkid
Replace??? NEVER! Just post more if you are so inclined! :) I think her stash of dignitude will come w/age - she's a kid and will do kiddish/kiddeh things. When she is 'all growed up' the kiddeh things will still be there in the background, but her dignitude will assert itself. I mean, she will have her adoring public to speak to on matters of utmost physics-importance. :)Blessings,Elspeth
What Elspeth said. Dignitude later, kitten insanity now.Do what NTodd does, never apologize for blurry photos. Anyway, the eyes in the last photo are delightful.
I agree wholeheartedly with above comments.Her coy little gaze just melts me into a puddle.
FLGHope you are not feeding Maddie MENU FOODSrecall - causing mucho problemas....
Nope. Not a chance. She only eats 100% natural cat food.I'm trying to be very careful with her diet.
Well, dignitude comes with age, fella. In the meantime, her job is to make the pain of missing Maxx go away and leave only the good memories behind. And she seems to be doing an excellent job, with all the kitten nuttiness and Teh Cute, winsome expressions, fetching, feather denudement, physics lessons, crabwalks, and flying into, over, and around obstacles. Yay, Maddie! Get the centaur to give you a wee drop of wine for St. Paddy's, little girl.
"Get the centaur to give you a wee drop of wine for St. Paddy's, little girl."TPC!!! shame!! she is not only underage, it is bad for the kitties! the centaur can have as much as she wishes, but not for the kittie!!!!!!!
Glad to see Political Cat is off her sickbed, even though she's advocating for underage drinking.
Really, Zoe? Our Gojira, aka The Hollow Four Legs, has always been one for hitting the wine. She also likes unfiltered (nigori) sake. We have to watch her like a hawk if there's any of either where she can get at it! I didn't know it was bad for them. She once drank most of a glass of white wine (I put it down and turned my back for JUST ONE MINUTE, I SWEAR!), and I took her to the vet, but the vet just said not to let her have too much. Of course, she's a Certifiable Weirdo. Likes sunflower seeds (huh?), pastry (no I don't let her have any), chocolate (also not permitted, but she will steal it when she can), and cantaloupe.
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