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March 19, 2012

No kittens yet at PetSmart when we went back this past Saturday.  With the warm weather I thought we’d be getting kittens earlier than usual, but evidently not…

We did have a couple of adoptions – shy Sandy and skeptical Saskia both went home.  Holly Ann did too, but evidently after a day or two she was brought back because the family’s child was terrified of her.  Of little sweet Holly Ann?  Weird.  But anyway, there wasn’t a cage to put her back into, and her paperwork was all used, so she had to go back to Last Chance.  With her looks and temperament, she won’t wait long for a home, I’m sure.

In introducing you to our new inmates, I’ll start with the biggest.  This is Pringles.

You can’t tell from this picture, but he’s a BIG boy – he’s got to weigh twenty pounds, and he has the bones to carry it.

This little girl was interested in the huge guy.

There, now you can see how big he is.  He loved being up in the chair, just chilling.

He has pretty green eyes which it took awhile to capture on film.

Our crabby calico still isn’t that friendly, but she was content to hang out near the big guy.

She wasn’t the only one.

Ms. Crabby even sniffed at him when he got down on the floor to take a walk.

“What?  I wasn’t doing anything!”

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  1. March 19, 2012 11:30 pm

    So sad about Holly Ann! Weird indeed too. Pringles looks like quite the kitty-magnet, though.

    I am so not used to seeing cats larger than 8 pounds after having Meow Meow and Lily (who was even smaller). But now that I’m meeting more felines every week, my sense of scale is adjusting!

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