Monday, August 16, 2010

Front and Center: The Furman Five

Now that you've learned all the names, here's the whole brood.. from left to right:
Teddy, Curtis, Edith, Oliver, and Roland Furman

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And here they are again... from left to right:
Curtis, Teddy, Roland, Edith and Oliver Furman
The Furman Five

Pretty fabulous, eh? They are as sweet and friendly as they are cute. And they've been that way since the day they moved in.

31 comments:

  1. Honestly, Laurie, how in the heck do you get them all lined up like that? You need to do a little movie on the process and post that. I am sure there are a lot of outtakes!

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  2. Wow, Roland looks like he's the biggest of the bunch.

    And Curtis! Curtis and cutest sound so much alike.

    I still want to call Oliver "Groucho." I just love that eyebrow sooooo much.

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  3. Oh the cuteness.

    Is Roland much bigger than his siblings, or is that just floof?

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  4. Awww! Edith definitely has the girliest face. And I love Teddy with his dark nose! And Oliver with the permanently surprised face. And huge-lookin' Roland! And of course light-marmalade Curtis. ...Oops, I guess that's all of them. But how can one choose!?

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  5. I'll take them all please. Just stick stamps on their little heads and mail them to the east coast.

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  6. I don't know how that's possible, but these itty kitties just keep getting cuter and cuter. I myself have a weakness for Curtis...

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  7. I agree with Scientific Chick: somehow the cuteness level just keeps rising!

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  8. Yep, pretty fabulous, Laurie. This is a beautiful family. And I second G's idea of a "making of" photo series -- how DO you do it????

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  9. I may be biased, since my cow cat was delightfully silly--but I think Oliver is clearly a HUGE goofball. Look at that stance! The quizzical eyebrow-spot! How awesome is that!

    -Grace

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  10. To Anonymous, 12:46 p.m.......That's how I feel about every litter on this blog. "Yes, I think I'll take them all; please just wrap them up. Here's my credit card and my address."

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  11. top picture-
    Laurie abviously has something very interesting in the first picture (feather wand maybe?) and in the second pic, they all just woke up. great pics though, i love them already.

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  12. and a p.s......I am also blown away by the group pictures and can't begin to imagine the process involved. The one that still amazes me the most is of 5 Pettibones, all lined up sound asleep, head-on-sibling-butt, along the windowsill with Virgil (Pettibone #6) posing beside them.

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  13. Notice how they're always on the edge of something and always looking the same direction. There's something wiggling just out of the picture.

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  14. Wow! TWO all family shots! Getting one is difficult, two might just be a miracle.

    These little ones are particularly precious!

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  15. They are, as usual, adorable!

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  16. Ha! They all looked so different in their individual portraits, but now we can see the family resemblance! And what an adorable little family they are!

    Roland still reminds me so much of Orson. Such a big boy! Totally gorgeous.

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  17. Fantastic Fabulous Furmans!!!!!

    Oliver's random black spots on the his brow and each foreleg has me in raptures!

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  18. Oh my. You really end up with the CUTEST of kittens, Laurie.

    Oliver is heartbreakingly adorable. I guess it's his dashing asymmetry. And his features and coat length are classic Tuxie. If he's not the first 'claimed' I'll eat my hat.

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  19. Teddy is so cute! Oh, but Curtis is just so orange, he reminds me of orange sherbet! And Roland has a very interesting fur pattern on her head, and Oliver just has such a dramatic black spot, and Roland is just so fluffy! I can't decide! X_x

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  20. @Katey: So how do you like your hat? With salt and pepper, or just straight up? Because I am so taking Curtis home with me. Or maybe Edith. Or ... well crud, I just live in New England, don't I? :-\

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  21. Oooh Teddy, I fell in love with you at first sight! Would you please hop into a FedEx box and take a long, long plane ride? Please pretty please! <3

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  22. Do yoo use sooper-gloo to get them all in pawsition for the photo-shoot? MOL!

    They are adorable.

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  23. The glamour shot is beautiful! I love their little white blouse ruffles on their chests... love them!

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  24. Oh man. Just read about Pinky over on Pitter Pats. Am trying to comfort myself by gazing at this adorable little family instead.

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  25. Oliver's black markings are just TOO too fabulous...!

    What a lovely family... I am enraptured.

    And I love ALL the names!

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  26. Oh Teddy is such a tiny! He looks like he would fit in the palm of my hand.

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  27. Hello, darling ones! We are behind on our reading here after having our own human houseguests, but we are looking forward to catching up!

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  28. Awesome post, thanks so much for sharing this with us!

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  29. Sad and glad that Edith has a new forever home . . . cause I sure woulda scooped her up as part of my family. And now with the loss of my Jackie Boy, I wouldn't have skipped a heart beat to have her. :)

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