Thursday, November 1, 2012

Alumni Update! Edna and Eddie Lamm!!

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 I was so excited to see these pictures in my email box.  Just LOOK at how stunning dear Edna (now Sumi) and Eddie (now Tucker) have become.

No surprise, of course.  They were such beautiful babes.  

Sara, their mom, says the kitties are doing great and they love them tremendously.  
It looks like they're still snuggly - just like they were when they were wee.

Thanks so much for the beautiful photographs of your beautiful kittens, Sara.   Please give them some love from all of us!

If you've forgotten how adorable these little Lamms were, here are a couple of their baby pics.

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47 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, they are beautiful, gorgeous babies!

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  2. Yaay for updates!
    They are absolutely stunningly gorgeous and look so sweet together

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  3. I love that they have retained their 'wooliness' as (young) adults! I would love to join these two in a snuggle session (especially on a cold & wet November day!)

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  4. Darling babies to gorgeous adult cats! I agree, i've love to snuggle up on a cold day with these two. Another wonderful graduation story.

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  5. I love the double-headed picture. Oh, they are so purretty.

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  6. THey have turned into two very beautiful cats. Adorable!

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  7. It is rare that the grownups are as precious as the kittens. Wow. These are two stunning and adorable grownups! Thanks for the pics.

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  8. Beautiful Lamms...who could forget the Lamms?!? So great of Sara to give us an update. I could look at these photos for hours!! They look so fluffy-cuddly.

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  9. Fluffballs! And the white toes! What gorgeous kitties. They looks so content.

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  10. Oh my, they look stunning! And that toes!!!!

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  11. Oh my goodness, they are sooo beautiful! I love their woolly fur and their markings are coming in so beautifully-and of course the cornflower blue eyes-I want to squish them right through the monitor! Thanks for the update Sara. Now what about Zoubi (Zelda) and Baxter?

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    1. Here is Zoubi's moms flickr page for her!

      http://www.flickr.com/photos/yumyum2007/sets/72157629850018664/

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  12. Those may just be the two most adorable cats ever!

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  13. I am ready for some serious cat-huffing and snorgling with these two wonderful woolies!

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  14. Oh, so beautiful. They really are the cream of the crop.

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  15. What a wonderful post to come back to now that Hurricane Sandy has left and power has been restored! Thanks!

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  16. They're gorgeous, but even better, they look beautifully cared for.

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  17. These not-so-little Lamms are still adorable.

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  18. Wow, they're certainly not itty bitty any more! And as pointed out before, they are absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for the update and photos, Sara! I really love hearing how IBKC alumni are doing.

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  19. I love how their face markings developed. It makes them look cuter. Maybe it's me but an adult cat who is well cared for and loved is cuter than any kitten.

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  20. thanks for the update, they are so beautifully fluffy!

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  21. Aww, they look so content -- and contentment in cats comes from fabulous fostering and a fabulous furrever home!

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  22. So, so gorgeous.

    Patti in KY

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  23. O.M.G.!!! The current pics are beautiful, but I'd forgotten what charming little Lamm's they were! Nearly took my breath away!

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  24. Oh my goodness! The little Lambs are gorgeous. I'll always remember Eddie because my boycat is also called Eddie!

    loulou

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  25. They are gorgeous, and so plush that I bet they make excellent pillows. :)
    Sara has obviously given them lots of love and taken excellent care of them.

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  26. What beautiful, beautiful grown-up kitties Sumi and Tucker have become! They look like their life is just perfect, which is of course what we want to see for all IBKC alumni. :) Thanks for the update, Sara, and give them a whole bunch of snuggles from all their fans!

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  27. Absolutely heartstoppingly gorgeous kittehs! I love how they grew into their markings! Thank you so much for the update, Sara - wishing you all many, many, many years love and snorgles!

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  28. aw...they are still the same...^_^

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  29. Holy crap they are STUNNING!!!
    They were beautiful as kittens, but as young adults they just leave me amazed

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  30. they were beautiful as kittens - but they are even more beautiful as adults. wow.

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  31. They certainly grew up to be the most beautiful kitties. Wow! I am partial to the lynx pointed kitties, because I have one myself. But I'm also partial to tabbies, because I have two...and I'm partial to tuxedos....!!

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  32. They are so beautiful. I am so glad they have stayed together to snuggle for years to come.

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  33. These two are so unbelievably gorgeous! I think they are even sweeter and prettier now than as itty bittys. Look at those huge paws too!

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  34. I have a foster in residence right now that looks so much like these two. I think she's going to be a lynx point (starting to see stripes in her faint points). She has a tortie mama, three tabby siblings, and a flame point brother.

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  35. Awww, they look so happy! And yes, gorgeous to boot!

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  36. Wow, they've gotten HUGE, and they've darkened right up about the face and legs. I love tabby point Siamese. SO gorgeous!

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  37. I can't believe how pretty these itty bitty kitties have become, well, except I can! They are such beauties and cuties.

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  38. Holy moly, what fabulous plush adults these two grew to be! As others have pointed out, they look soooo contented and blissfully happy together.

    Thanks so much for the update and photos, Sara.

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  39. Such lovely news!!!
    I link from Taiwan to here, so glad to know.

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  40. Idly clicking around the site to pass the time before taking my biggest furbaby to the vet, and couldn't pass up the chance to refresh my memory of how Eddie and Edna had grown up. So glad I didn't. Such beauties! I've never seen a tabby point Siamese that isn't gorgeous, which is one of the reasons I adore them. I love the names Sara gave them. I wonder how they're doing these days.

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