Thursday, April 18, 2013

Chirpy Girl

46 comments:

  1. OMG I love you Wylla Stout! I wish I could take you home. <3

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  2. LOL - it looks like someone's complaining they're getting filmed and not getting attention. Too adorable! <3

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  3. This is the cutest thing I've ever heard!!! I wonder what she was saying...

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  4. Awwww love those little chirps. What a doll baby.

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  5. Oh Gah! That makes me love her even more! The cutest baby ever!

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  6. Translation: "Put down that stupid camera and pet me."

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  7. she is surely a cutie!!!!

    gloria g. Hemingway, SC

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  8. She's so funny and sweet. And I love the slow eye blink as well.

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  9. Aww, this is what my Evie is like, too. She just turned 3 and never grew out of it. Love the little chirps! She is just the cutest little thing. If I weren't on the East Coast, I would definitely apply to adopt this little one when she gets to feeling better!

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  10. That's how the nickname "Squeaky Marie" came about in our house... usually used as "Squeaky Marie! Do you need some oil?"

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  11. Awww, isn't that cute! Who wouldn't want to hear that every day!

    Have you seen this? I have a feeling this well trained doggie has megloesphogus too. Cool feeding station they made him!
    http://25.media.tumblr.com/f2905f2ae84d32a8bf51761943882e7e/tumblr_mkszw0NOS81r4ojqeo1_250.gif

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    1. Wow! That's a pretty awesome feeding station and a very smart dog! I'm sure Wylla is smart enough to use something like that if her new family makes one for her :-)

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  12. Is it wrong that I wanted to see Butterbean charge through the door and tackle Wylla for a bathing session?

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    1. Lisa (mom of Chai)April 18, 2013 at 1:01 PM

      Not wrong at all - that would have been awesome! :-)

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  13. I was hoping we would get a video of some chirps...that is just about the cutest sound in the world. Besides a purr, of course. :) Wylla is a doll.

    Reminds me of my own chirpy kitty, who loves to make that sound when she is napping and I pet her.

    Thank you for posting this!

    -Katharine

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  14. Cuteness! I was hoping you could catch the Wylla magic on video/audio -- the description from earlier in the week made me curious.

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  15. Its killing me this cute overload, but what a kittie Wylla is

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  16. Wish we could take her home but we're in MinneSNOWta. Yes, it's snowing today. Wylla, you are a stealer of hearts everywhere! What a little love you are :)

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    1. You poor things.

      Maybe the sky needs a calendar, preferably one with cats on it.

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  17. Too cute!! I wish I lived on the West Coast- this little girl would be a wonderful addition to the family!!

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  18. Aw, she's even cuter when she chirps.

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  19. I adore it when cats "chirp" and squeak. Wylla is quite the vocalist!

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  20. My grown orange boy sounds like this. :)

    Did anyone else think "Wylla is part tribble?" Only SO SO much cuter than a tribble!

    She seems to be thriving and I'm so glad.

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  21. I love the little slow eye blinks, the kitty equivalent of kisses

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  22. I would love to know what she was saying! >^.^<

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  23. Awww, how very sweet. Uh-oh. My turbo tabby just woke up and is evidently wondering what all the hubbub is about. [It's okay, kit-kat. Go back to sleep.] Oh, now he's stretching and doing that little squeaky noise. Gotta go snuggle him a little bit. Later, folks...

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  24. She's got some kind of giant cat breed in her, doesn't she? My Norwegian Forest Cat is chatty, chatty, chatty, too!

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  25. Oh, my gosh! So cute! That reminds me of one of the family cats when I was growing up. She trilled and chirped all the time. Such a chatty little girl (our cat and Wylla, both).

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  26. Lisa (mom of Chai)April 18, 2013 at 1:04 PM

    Wow, not at all how I expected her to sound. I was expecting a tiny-cat voice but these are very interesting, throaty sort of sounds!

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  27. That is adorable. My Bisa does the same thing. Lots of chirps for various reasons. Love chirpy cats!

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  28. What a fascinating assortment of sounds! Little Wylla clearly is a very conversational kitten indeed, isn't she?

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  29. Lovely warbling from Miss Wylla.

    MANY many many thanks for this sweet video...her voice is so sweet.

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  30. How sweet is that? I love a chatterbox. :)

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  31. Wylla, I think your mewer is broken! Lol

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  32. Even her chirps are adorable! I've been following her progress avidly. I will miss her when she goes to her furever home. Mary A

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  33. Thank you so much for this! I am beaming with delight. I love when kitties talk, and you're right, she has quite the repertoire.

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  34. so very cute. thanks for posting!

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  35. so very cute. thanks for posting!

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  36. Oh my goodness. I need to move to the West Coast so I can adopt little miss Wylla. She looks so much like my old lady TC (the same tabbico coloring, with brown and orange tabby) that it makes my heart asplode. And did I mention that TC does the murring chirping noises as well?

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  37. Oh my goodness. I need to move to the West Coast so I can adopt little miss Wylla. She looks so much like my old lady TC (the same tabbico coloring, with brown and orange tabby) that it makes my heart asplode. And did I mention that TC does the murring chirping noises as well?

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  38. That last chirp sounded like, "I just can't get through to you hoomins. I'm outta here."

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  39. Wylla may be the most perfect kitten ever.

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  40. My baby sounds just like her! Except much louder and much more...

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