Friday, September 23, 2011

Kenneth Wiggins

Leora was the lucky winner who got to name this little fellow. She picked "Kenneth" because that's her dad's name, and he's a really a really great guy and Leora loves him dearly.

 Funny coincidence, my aunt Geraldine (yes, the original Geraldine) is here for a visit and her husband was named Kenneth.  He too, was a really great guy.

Let's hope this Kenneth grows up to be a really great guy as well.  I think he will.  He's pretty awesome already.


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34 comments:

  1. TEEFLES!

    Kenneth is my dad's name. Hi Kenneth! I bet you're going to end up being a Kenny.

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  2. Wow, does he have curly whiskers. Those last few pics made me laugh out loud; he looked like he had a lot to say.

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  3. Oh his toofuses! And his curly whiskers! And his creamsicle floof! I love him. My grandfather and my uncle were both Kenneths. Good name!

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  4. WHAT is going on with those whiskers?! Darling little cat...

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  5. He looks like he's made out of cotton candy!

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  6. He looks like such a mellow little guy!

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  7. Kenneth's haiku ;-)

    wild whiskers abound
    O the floof and drowsy gaze
    announcements and teefs!

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  8. Oh I love the floof and curly whiskers--and those baby kitten teeth!

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  9. Hi Kenneth! You are fine floofy fellow!

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  10. Kenneth...such a distinguished-looking kitteh. Hee hee, he's saying something in the last photos, 'I am Kenneth, hear me roar!!'

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  11. Kenny - he of the wild whiskers and creamsicle floof - you are adorable.

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  12. My dad was a Kenneth too, great name, great Dad and such a handsome little kitty!
    Ken you are adorable!!

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  13. "What's the frequency, Kenneth?" "I don't know--my curly whiskers disrupt the sensors."

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  14. My dad is also a Kenneth! Seems there's a lot of fellow commenters who can say the same.

    It's a great name for the little guy, and I am ded from cute after seeing those teensy teensy toofers.

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  15. mm, Kenneth. Handsome name for a handsome boy!

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  16. Oh Kenneth, you are a beautiful creamsicle boy, and the curly whiskers are just beyond amazing!

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  17. Little Kenneth is some cute kitten! He looks like he's singing in those last three pics!

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  18. gracious! What magnificent whiskers!

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  19. Oh Kenneth, you have got some *serious* floofiness going on, boy!! And as others have noted, those curly whiskers and baby teeth are truly remarkable. You are certainly a package of floofy fabulousness, sweetheart.

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  20. What a sage like face Kenneth has :D

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  21. looks like a little bampire!

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  22. This litter has the cray-zee-ist whisker action!

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  23. I have not giggled that much in a looooong time! My goodness!!! Little Kenneth made my day!

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  24. ps..my Dad, Kenneth although his hair was dark when he grew a moustache once it was ginger!

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  25. Aww he has the most adorable crazy whiskers going on!!!

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  26. Those whiskers have so much personality! :p

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  27. He actually looks a little bit like my uncle, also named Kenneth!, also a 'really great guy'. My uncle doesn't have such a cute yawn, though, or such pointy teefs.

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  28. My dad was named Kenneth, too, although he always went by Kenny. My brother, also Kenneth, is Ken. I believe this little curly-whiskered guy is more of a Kenny!

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  29. Serious Kenneth is Serious Kitten.

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  30. Oh, those ARE great, over-the-top, fabuloso whiskers on that boy!

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  31. Does anyone else think he has a little Yoda thing going on?

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  32. Hi, Kenneth! What a perfectly adorable little gentlemankitten you are!

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