Sunday, July 19, 2009

Deja Vu ! Lynx Point Number Two!

Hey, wait a minute,, didn't we already meet this little guy?

Nope, he looks the same, but he's different. But barely. It took me a while to figure it out.

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This is the fifth and final Fortunato. Like his twin, he too is a striking young lynx point lad with eyes that are giant pools of blue.

If you're not the lucky winner who gets to name his twin, you can get in on this auction action.


Also,, we still have some time left on tabby girl and tiny siamese's naming rights plus Mimi's watercolor painting and Chroma Lab's clock too. Click here to view all of the current auctions.

And to place your bid on lynx point number two.. click here.

22 comments:

  1. aww

    What a beauty! Him and the rest of his family...

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  2. So handsome...soooo, how DO you tell him apart from his brother?

    Are these kittens all from the same litter? Whether yes or no, they are all now part of the IBKC family!

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  3. This boy's ears look a bit darker, but maybe it's just the lighting that's different ...
    Anyway, they're both extremely snuggle-worthy! :-)

    - Nadine

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  4. i can't help it. every time i look at an auction, i have to say "oh bee_hived" in austin powers' voice.

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  5. Oh! Matching book ends! WANT! Such handsome boys.

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  6. Such potential wisdom to be shared with some lucky hooman!

    I eagerly await the results of the namings!

    And thanks to all that have bid! Your hearts warm all our hearts!

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  7. I so wish I lived near you so I could adopt one of these babies!! I want a male siamese so much.

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  8. Just above his lil nose is darker. I luffs pointed cats!

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  9. Awwwwwww....

    I know the first of the kitten naming auctions ended yesterday (I thought about "tuning in" to watch the bidding but forgot!). I was looking for it today but couldn't find it!

    Could you announce the first winner and the winning bid? I'm ever so curious, and I want to congratulate the generous donor! Also, I want to see how the first of the auctions is helping the grand total...

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  10. It's the 'freckles' on his muzzlepouches that sets this one apart..

    So very kewt.

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  11. Two lynxes, a seal, and couple of tabbies. I'm squirming with joy over here. When do we get a group shot?

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  12. If I were a squillionaire, I would win all five auctions and name all five kitties.....

    Juan Squillion Fortunato,

    Thor Squillion Fortunato,

    Sven Squillion Fortunato,

    Evelyn Squillion Fortunato,

    Dante Squillion Fortunato!

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  13. Laurie, you should know that this little dude's direct ebay link works fine, but he does not show up on your page which shows all available items for some reason.

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  14. Awww! Lol, I am going to have a hard time telling the twins apart, but hopefuly over time, I'll know whos who. :)

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  15. Giuseppe Fortunato!!!

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  16. Looks like there were two daddies. Either way, all super cute and snuggle-worthy as usual.

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  17. The first one has darker spots above the eyes? The second one has a more pronounced M on his forehead? Also maybe chubblier?

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  18. Meowm is swooning!!! Three meezers in one litter!!! She is in heaven!

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  19. @Anonymous July 19 9:20
    The color point trait is actually a recessive, so two non-color point parents can produce color point kittens. Two daddies are possible, but not necessary.

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  21. Oh all these little blue eyed babies are so adorable!!

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