Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Cats in the Hat

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18 comments:

  1. Such perfect kitten-ness!

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  2. I'll take one or two or three of those hats, please.

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  3. I agree with wanting a few of those hats, but only with the proper stuffing.

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  4. wahoooooo...you are killing me Laurie..they are such gorgeous gorgeous babies...where is Luella??

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  5. I cannot bear the utter cuteness. Tell me that's just an unnaturally big hat and the kittens aren't really that itty bitty, or I shall explode. But in a happy way.

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  6. Draper Kittens: Behold, the only thing oranger than yourselves!

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  7. Those are such sweet photos, they really seem like the nicest little kits.

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  8. Oh gosh, that´s so cute. Nice colors together!

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  9. These are so cute!!! They remind me of my cat Katie when she was just a tiny tike. She'd let me position her into anything and take a photo...all the while just looking up at the camera with her irresistible expressions.

    Now I try to take a photo and you'd think I was torturing her. Ears pinned down, squinty eyes...always followed by a dash across the room.

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  10. So cute! My cats surely would claw that hat up.

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  11. jeanne,,, i think she was napping under the bed at the time.

    carys... it says "chiloe" which is a island off the coast of chile. we visited there a few years back.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiloé_Island

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  12. omg, this is one of my favourite sets of photos so far :)

    they look so warm and cozy

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  13. HMM. well, I'm thinking that Gordon will end up in 'play cat' magazine.
    Adorable gorgeous photos! the color is fantastic.

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  14. Nice post - cat in the hat pictures ..Keep Posting


    Ron
    cat in the hat pictures

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  15. Packaged for survival, ain't they?

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