Friday, October 16, 2009

Good Morning, Millicent

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Introducing the fourth and final, Draper, wee little Millicent...

She's the sweetest, itty-bittiest, orange girl-kitty you'll ever meet.

OH, and she likes to be called "Millie".

40 comments:

  1. Oh dear. I'm glad she likes to be called "Millie", because that's where I was going. Such a big name for such a tiny kitty. An orange girl kitty? Rare as hen's teeth! Welcome, baby girl. Those boys had better be good to her. :)

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  2. Awww, sweet Millicent! Such an adorable teeny-tiny tail. I can't wait to see them all together!

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  3. Oh god, they're all so precious! I just want to cuddle them all.

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  4. I'll take one to go please! :D Millicent/Milly is such a cute name for a cat! So old fashioned and beautiful! Milly seems like the perfect little lady for anyone she chooses to adopt.

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  5. Oh, such a sweet little fur bug! I bet Charlene Butterbean can't wait to wash that little kitten face.

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  6. I don't think I've been this in love with a kitten since Willamena. Seriously, that second picture...I was reduced to monosyllables for about five minutes. Wow.

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  7. Aw, hello Milly! You're just as adorable as your brothers and sister!

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  8. Whats the little torties name then Laurie - I think you missed a naming out unless I missed it!

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  9. Good morning Miss Millicent. Would you like to come and live in England?

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  10. Oh Milly is just adorable! I love her sweet little face.

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  11. Martin - Laurie never mentioned what the tortie's name was! LAURIE....WHAT IS HER NAME!!!!??????

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  12. Milly is the kitty equivalent of a dreamsicle! She may be tiny but she packs an orange punch of cuteness!

    I will be completely and totally envious of that lucky soul that lives near enough to the IBKC headquarters to adopt Milly.

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  13. Snorgles for darling Millie. She'll grow into her name, and then watch out!

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  14. No one missed anything,, I haven't announced it yet.

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  15. Hello, Milly ... look at that tiny tail! So sweet.

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  16. LAURIE! NO FAIR! DYING OF CURIOSITY HERE!

    You're toying with us. ;)

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  17. yes. she is toying with us.
    but thats ok.
    cant wait to find out their weights, its hard to tell how little Milly is, but i'll bet shes tiny!

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  18. Hello, little Milly! You've stolen my heart as have all the others in the Draper family (well, to be honest in all the past families as well).

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  19. That is the cutest little tail ever!! I can't wait until my kids get home today to see her. There are sure to be swooning. I am hoping that the tortie's name is Betty. She sure is a looker.

    Blessings,
    The Van Dyke's

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  20. The Drapers. So brilliant. :) And what adorable little boys and girls!

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  21. I bet the tortie's name is going to be Dawn Draper. Heh heh.

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  22. Damn! Why do you have to be on the west coast when I am on the east coast and in love with Milly!!!!!!! She is the most adorable girl ever.

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  23. I'm trying to control myself, but it's very difficult. Three marmies and one's a girl. And an unnamed tortie!

    Maybe she'll be "Lillian", but MAYBE, just maybe, she'll be "Mabel." :)

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  24. I'm with Jenna...The little lady tortie would make a beautfil Betty Draper...almost sounds like a play on Betty Grable's name. *heehee*

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  25. Welcome, Milly! As you've read, you already have a gaggle of admirers - as befites a cute little beauty bitty like you!

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  26. So darn cute. Love these orange babies and the dear little tortie. They all have such expressive faces!

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  27. awww... i've always wanted an orange kitty. too bad i don't live close by. she is so precious!!!

    ~Merino

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  28. Her name perfectly suits her. Sweet as cream and all girl. What priceless photos.

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  29. I was thinking Roxie Draper for the Tortie. ROOOOXAAAAAANE!

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  30. Ohhhhhhhh, Milliieeeeeeee

    You look so very tineeee!
    And in need of Bean's lovin'!

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  31. Okay, I am only a few hours away....I am on my way up to get her. :)

    I wish!

    She is soo cute. Ah, four cats is not too many cats, right?!?

    Cheers!

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  32. Oooh, I second the "Roxie" suggestion for the tortie. It'd be a perfect (purrfect? ;) ) name!

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  33. Aw, she looks just like Francine Darling! But I'm surprised at all the orange tabby girls - I thought gingers were usually boys?

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  34. good morning gorgeous Milly...oh you made my day..just opened the browser and here you are..on my screen..gorgeous gorgeous girl...

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  35. Anonymous: Broadly speaking, if both parent cats are ginger, all their daughters will be ginger, too. There's a tortie girl in this litter, though - so I suspect their dad is a ginger tomcat, and the mum is a tortie or a calico herself.
    Same case for the Darlings. There we even had two torbies, Selma and Lucinda ...

    Ginger girls need to inherit the gene for ginger color from both parents. For ginger boys, only one ginger (or tortie or calico) parent is necessary. So ginger girls are indeed rarer than ginger boys - but by far not as rare as tortie or calico boys, who only crop up under really exceptional genetic circumstances.

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  36. Cute! I learned that ginger kitties are usually male. So she's quite special. Well, she is anyway of course... They all are.

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  37. Thanks for the info, Nadine. I didn't know any of that except that calico kitties are almost always girls.

    Milly is too precious for words.

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  38. Milly, Milly! *hugs*

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