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Well there's "step-daddy" Ali, they're other cat, but the bio dad left poor Suzanne all alone with these kitties. She got out and roamed for a day, so we have no clue :( But they certainly are cute!

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Oh, sorry...

I like the last picture! It looks like norman is waving goodbye, or saying hello...

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GUESS WHO HAS HIS FIRST 3 TEETH?!?!






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Omg hes so precious! Look at those wittle teefs!

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More pics! Sorry they're fuzzy... He had his first dry food today, and mama is getting angry with them and is starting the weaning process... I have confirmed an appointment for shots and he'll be neutered and declawed at 6 months :)









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The owner has converted her downstairs bathroom into their new living area, with the door blocked and the shower closed off. Now plumbing or anything on the floor and everything is kitten proof- plus there's only a teeny bit of carpet, unlike the rest of the basement :) They are having a BLAST down there!

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I love how theyre all different colors/patterns!

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Don't declaw! Are you fully informed? They have their bones broken and removed to remove the nail. They can't walk for weeks and have their paws taped up to keep them from getting the wound dirty. Get these instead, they are SO much nicer and cuter like painted nails but also cheaper. http://www.softclaws.com/index.php?pet=cat
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Sorry, but it's my mum's condition. And they can walk- we got my August declawed and he was prancing and running an hour after e was home. He only had those little taped boots on for two days. I know people say it's horrible, but in all honesty, thinking about all of those cats out there that are feral and unloved, is declawing really that awful? It's really the safest thing I can do, so he doesn't hurt my dogs or my cat, since August wouldn't be able to defend himself. Plus, he'll only be an indoor cat. I know exactly what happens in the procedure and I have had a lengthy conversation with the vet. She assures me that it will be exactly like what happened with my other cat.

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