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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Do not disturb....purrty please

"OK, Audrey. I won't disturb you 'til the sun is down. That box can sit there for awhile longer." 

           Audrey    9 weeks old.

hugs, Deb

20 comments:

  1. Goodness, Audrey, that look is potent =)
    She is a cutie!

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  2. Such an adorable little face! I wouldn't move the box either...

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  3. It has been so much fun watching these precious kittens grow. She's adorable.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  4. Oh my gosh! I want to cuddle her!

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  5. She is really getting to be a big girl! So cute!

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  6. if you look closely, Audrey does NOT look like a domestic cat...she has the face of a lion or tiger...look at her jaw, her nose, the expression in her eyes. Amazing...she doesn't have the "classic" kitten appearance.

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  7. I know, Caren. Isn't she something? She looks like a miniature lion full of spit and vinegar.
    When she stares at me it is hypnotising.

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  8. Oh my goodness, seeing these darling kittens is killing me. They are so incredibly sweet. And this picture of Audrey is amazing. I noticed immediately that she looks like a lion--something in the nose and eyes and mouth. It's so hard to see these kittens and not be able to scoop them up and love on them. Can you really let them go, Deb?! You've done a terrific job helping Annie raise them. I love Annie too.

    Becky in NM

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  9. She is such a cutie! And she sure knows the best place to sleep... right in that patch of sunshine! :-)

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  10. She is beautiful. If we weren't at our three-cat limit, I know Gordon would take her in a heartbeat. I'd take her mommy. Sending good thoughts for them all. I know you are working hard at finding them homes!

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  11. PS I'm with Becky. I thought "lion" too!

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  12. Little lion cub girl! She will find a home with someone who is crazy about the "great cat" look. I was initially drawn to a a senior I adopted , who I named Cubby, because his cauliflower ears made made them appear to sit low on his head and he looked like a lion cub. He's a total love, of course. Love her little bright eyed face!

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  13. Looks like she has an old soul to me.. Hope you enjoy the trip this time around Audrey

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  14. Connie, you're right! Those eyes show so much thought, understanding. Wisdom beyond her years. Very evolved. Indeed an old soul.

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  15. Audrey is SO beautiful! She really has the face of a lion!
    Cindy

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