Fargo thinks that if he lounges near the bookshelf it will make him look smarter, thus increasing his appeal to the ladies. It may be that he does look a little more brainy. But what he doesn’t realize is that the only qualities the girls are looking for in a male are “willing” and “in the same room.”
Only a few more weeks until Purrnado gives birth to Fargo’s kids!
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All the cats want to jump on and claim their rightful place. In this case, Flash has claimed the top tier.
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Sometimes Main Coons want to be near you, and sometimes they want to be on you, even if that means making your crochet project a little more difficult. We’re you using that arm? So sorry!
Meanwhile, if you look closely, you can see that Got Milk is bringing up the rear…
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If it’s chilly, Hemi’s favorite spot is behind the laptop. It just like basking in the sun but without all that annoying light to keep you awake.
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Got Milk was happy to help us pick out a new paint color for the dining room, but wondered why we didn’t just go with black and white.
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It’s been a hard day for Blush, what with all the eating, sleeping, playing and belly rubs. It’s enough to tucker a girl out!
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Meet the kittens, now almost ten weeks old. Clockwise from left:
- Moonlight (M) adopted
- Moonface (M) adopted
- Moonshadow (M) adopted
- Moonbeam (F) adopted
- Moondance (F) adopted
Tuckered out from a long day of playing and eating, they decided to hang out together on one of the cat tress. Luckily my camera phone was handy…
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We took Purrnado and Got Milk to the cat show in Providence (their first shows as adults) and they did very well. Here’s Miss Purr showing some interest in something feathery while Milky waits for her turn in the spotlight.
Milk is a natural show cat — and very large for an eight-month-old female, which always impresses the judges.
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It’s helpful to keep a camera handy around the kittens, because you never know when they’ll use their Super Cuteness Powers on you compel you to take a picture.
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Hey, aren’t there supposed to be five of you?
Ah-ha! There you are!
I don’t suppose you could tell me which way it is to the litter box?
I don’t care what you say, I don’t have a drinking problem.
I do imitations. This is my “deer in the headlights” look! Whaddaya think?
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