Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Paired Off

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Don't worry, they're not going anywhere... yet, but all four Lovejoys have been spoken for! AND will be sending them off in pairs.

HOORAY!

So who do you think is going with who?

There's a poll over there in the right hand corner. Cast your votes, let's see who gets this one right.

Again,,, HOORAY!!

23 comments:

  1. Oh yaaay! I'm so relieved that they'll be going to their forever homes in pairs. They look like they love each other so much. I'm glad they won't get lonely.

    I'm selfishly sad to think that we won't be seeing these gorgeous babies for much longer though.

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  2. Terrific news, Laurie! So which pair are you keeping? :)

    YAY YAY YAY for my boyfriend Romeo who was adopted yesterday! He's a very handsome brown tabby who lives life to the fullest each and every day. His new family is super lucky to have him, although I miss him terribly. Yay!

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  3. So good they are going in pairs!

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  4. They really have been an especially delightful litter to watch. Hopefully their new families will send updates occasionally. :)

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  5. Yay for the Lovejoys!!

    and Yay for Shana's Big Boy Romeo too...

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  6. JasonInIllinoisMay 6, 2009 at 9:11 AM

    Wow! That was fast! This is the second time (with consecutive litters nonetheless) all the kittens were spoken for before they were ready to leave.

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  7. I hope their new parents are willing to share their treasures with us through the Flickr group or a blog or even an occasional photo sent to Laurie...

    Having never seen a cat like her, I really want to see how Tressa turns out!

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  8. This is great news for all the Lovejoys, it's really good to see that they will each have a sibling in their forever homes but if it were me I'd have a hard time letting any of them go! I'd want to keep all 4 ;o)

    And glad to see that Romeo found a home too. It's always good to see older cats get adopted.

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  9. Hi Mari, just saw your post and wanted to let you know I have a torbie also named Ginger who is 2 years old. Based on how gorgeous she turned out to be, Tressa will be a knockout!!

    But then again, I'm a little biased, lol

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  10. I have no idea who to guess is going together but I am so glad they are staying together at least a little. They are all cuties and whoever gets them will be very lucky!

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  11. It's no wonder that these lovely kitties were snapped up so quickly. What a bunch of kewt lil' furballs, and the pictures from this group have been nothing short of fabulous.

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  12. I wish they could all go with MEEEEE. Are they as sweet-tempered as they look?

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  13. yes wincey, they are... and then some.

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  14. That is very good news... but they can't live us now?!?! Their new parents will be so delighted to have such beautiful and cute babies... - Jeanne

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  15. OK so I'm big on fantasy - wouldn't it be lovely if we could get an E-NOR-mous mansion with hundreds of rooms and studies and dens and libraries - where we could ALL live, and keep ALL the babies? And sit around of an evening reading fairy tales aloud as we each cuddle a whole lapful of infantkitties and Charlene Butterbean can go from one to the next for some adoration......{sigh}

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  16. I love how you think, Dale-Harriet! But we must be content with promises of pictures and updates about these cuties. So glad they are going out in pairs!

    And YAY for Shana's Romeo. Senior kitties have so much to offer, too!

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  17. Mari, my kitty, Chani is also a torbie. She's stunning! Like Annie R., though, I'm biased too :)

    So glad that the Lovejoys are going out in pairs too! Fantastic!

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  18. Hey D-H, GREAT fantasy. Sounds like heaven to me! Hey, Laurie, how much do these babies weigh? Please say. "2 ounces" so they will be with you for weeks to come even though I'm really happy for them.

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  19. Is this an SAT probability question?

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  20. I am going to miss this little Lovejoys! But, so glad they are going in pairs! And I'll echo the Yay! for Romeo getting a home.

    My 2nd to last adoption was a 12 year old kitty, Samson - he's a love! Older kitties are wonderful, too!

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  21. These are SUCH wonderful kittens. Sending them out in groups is really the only solution, yes. It's enough to cause me to hope the people who're adopting the kittens know each other, so the pairs can meet up and catch up on things frequently. Ah well, too much to hope for?

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  22. This quartet made me wish I lived in the area - I'd have taken all four kittens, no contest!

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  23. You've made the new families sign contracts to maintain blogs/flicker accounts for us, right??? please????

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