Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Let's Stay Together

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I don't think I could of split up these two. I don't think they would of let me. No need to worry about that because our little twinsies got scooped up by the nicest, kitty loving couple! She works days, he works nights so these kittens will always have company! How perfect is that!!! Lucky couple, lucky kittens!!

Hooray for Pia and Gia!!

26 comments:

  1. I never noticed Pia's stripes before! It looks like Gia might have a little bit of stripey leg too.

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  2. Yay for this lovely little kitten pair...

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  3. Awww, they are such an adorable pair. I'm glad they are staying together. It's neat how they have subtle stripes on their bellies.

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  4. JasonInIllinoisMay 4, 2010 at 8:13 AM

    That is cute! They'll keep their new family entertained with their antics. It's great they got to go home together. Thank you for fostering this litter and every litter.

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  5. An absolutely perfect outcome for these two beauties!

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  6. SylvestermiasmommaMay 4, 2010 at 8:40 AM

    Oh that is fabulous that they will always have a "hoomin" to play with. So glad they are going together. As the saying goes, two is better than one. Two sweet little tuxie girls. I will miss their sweet faces but am glad they are going to a good home.

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  7. I dare you to pry them apart!
    dont think its possible.
    so adorable :)

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  8. Oh goodness!!! They are super cute!

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  9. So by my reckoning, that leaves Fern?

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  10. And they ARE the best kitty parents ever! Too bad the girls won't hold still long enough for photos from their new hoomins!

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  11. Hooray! What a lucky pair and so wonderful they get to stay together!

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  12. Maybe it's Charlene has adopted Fern?

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  13. Yay!!! I'm so happy these girlies will be together... and what lovely pictures of this duo!!

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  14. congratulations pia, gia, and your new people!

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  15. Yay Pia and Gia! So happy that you will grow up together, precious babies! Please new parents, please send pictures as you can!

    And yes, there remains Fern - who has stolen my heart. Can't wait to hear her story!

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  16. Great news!! It's so nice to know that the two kitties are going together!

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  17. I say this every time tuxies are adopted (because it's true), Pia and Gia's parents are in for some of the happiest years of their lives. My dearest darling Willy Nilly, who lived to 17, was the *most* delightful boy imaginable. He was a tuxedo boy, and his sister Gracie was a little black bear of a girl. They filled my life with such joy and laughter, and today, five years after Willy's death, his memory is still fresh in my heart. Hooray for Pia and Gia double-teaming their new family!

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  18. yay tuxedos! i was almost hoping one of them would go with ridley to continue the pattern of pairing tuxedo girls with tabby boys, but these girls look like they could not be separated! so this leaves sweet little fern, i wonder whose presence she will be gracing with that beautiful kitten smile of hers!

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  19. The Lyttletons were one of your cutest litters, I think, and I was particularly smitten by Pia and Gia. I love a black or tuxie with white whiskers, and these two were particularly adorable because they love each other so much. I'm going to miss all of the Lyttletons.

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  20. You don't think they would HAVE let you. No such phrase as 'would of' - it's a mishearing of 'would've' (would have). I have to correct these things, it's a compulsion.

    :-)

    Glad they went together!

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  21. i'm with the last Anonymous. i LOVE the Lyttletons and i will sorely miss them, but it's "have" not "of"! that mistake just has to be corected. please?

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  22. Teeny tiny tuxie twins
    With ivory feet and sable shins

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  23. Whooohooo for these sweeties. Thanks for all you do, Laurie. Taking such good care of these little innocents is much more important to me than, well, word usage (proper or improper).

    xoxoxoxoxo

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  24. Anon and Iwona,,

    Well that does it! I'm firing my copy editor! Butterbean, pack your bags!

    Don't worry,, there are plenty of job opportunities in the cat blog world. Cats are notoriously bad at spelling, grammar and usage. Surely there's an opening somewhere!

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  25. Those little cuties are adorable! I'm so glad you found them a family that would keep them together.

    I have a solid black and white sister and brother cat... I call them the Ying and Yang..LOL. I would never dream of separating them.

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  26. There's a lot of love going on here, they'll look after each other too! :)

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