Monday, September 17, 2012

Sol Small

This Solomon Small.
He also answers to Sol Small.   Or Small Sol.

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Or Small-Talking Sol Small.

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OH, you'll all be happy to know that Mama Ruth got adopted this weekend.  According to our cattery insider, Frances, a real nice gal adopted her.  She was looking for a cuddly lap cat and Ruth seemed to fit the bill!

Hooray for Ruth!   No surprise she got snatched up so fast, she was an awesome girl.


30 comments:

  1. Hi Solomon!

    And why yes, your brother is starting to sport orange ears.

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  2. In Portuguese "sol" means "sun". And what a bright sun he is! :)

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  3. How adorably Small Sol is!
    He seems mighty expressive too!

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  4. my heart just melted into a small puddle,
    love, Mr. Whiskers mom

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  5. Oh, that Siamese gene is strong in this one. Solomon Small with the not so small mouth.

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  6. Awesome name.

    He looks like a little monkey with that brown face and tail. And I was just wondering about the mama kitty. So glad she found a home.

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  7. He's adorable but the best thing about this post for me is that I can see my darling Shrimp Louie in the last picture.

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  8. Oh, if I ONLY LIVED ON THE WEST COAST!! And Yay for Ruth!!

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  9. What great social skills he is developing. He already knows how to make Small talk.

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    1. oh, that was a terrible (great) pun

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  10. So very happy to hear Ruth has a great home! And yes, I will let you know when your pics show up with no id. And hi, there Sol! Is your voice already developed?

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  11. Such a Small cutie! So does Sol talk as much as it looks like he does? And does he have that wonderfully demanding Siamese voice? What a doll he is!

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    1. He cries more than he chats. It's just a baby cry, not a matured voice.

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  12. I love chatty cats (unless I am still in bed and they disagree with that choice). Laurie, how small are they actually? I'm so worried we won't get to spend much time with the bunch since they're already 2 months old! I know I"m just being selfish though...

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    1. They still have lots of growing to do. They're older, but way smaller then average. Their stay should be average in length.

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  13. Oh what an adorable little squeaker!

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  14. Look at the first picture, at the tiny toes spread out on the hind foot. Too cute!!!

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    1. I love them too! Kitties have the best paws in all the world :)

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  15. Sol, you are a dynamite little fellow. So cute. And hurray and thank goodness for the wonderful person who took Ruth to her forever home, tht is such great news, thank you Laurie.

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  16. He's so delicious looking! What a cutie pie. :D

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  17. Shrimp Louie and Small-talkin Sol sound like mobster names! Quick, someone get them little fedoras and teeny violin cases...I imagine Sol talking like Joe Pesci. :D

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  18. Oh my, what a cutie! And I too LOVE the toes spread out on the back foot! Adorable!

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  19. Pleased to meet you, Solomon Sol! You do look wise in that first picture - and chatty in the second. Most of all you are adoreable, as are your sibs!

    And yay for Ruth finding a wonderful home. May she enjoy a lifetime of pampering and snorgles...and love!

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  20. Look at his little toes in the background! Fantastic!

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  21. That is wonderful news about Ruth!

    Sol Small...you are gorgeous!

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  22. Sol is swedish for Sun, so great namefor someone who demands your attention!

    By the way! You have inspired my husband and I to become an emergency home for homeless cats here in Gothenburg Sweden. Thank you for that!

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  23. So happy to hear about Ruth!
    And Small Sol... I am in love! >^.^<

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