Friday, April 18, 2014

Cutest Friday Ever

Seriously, folks.   It really is.

Just take a look at dear Hazel attempting to hoist her robust belly into the basket.  Those itty-bitty legs!    THOSE ITTY-BITTY LEGS!!  How do they support all fifteen ounces of kitten?

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AND THEN THERE'S THIS!  




It's almost too much, isn't it?  



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  1. Those little round tummies make me squee. They're so adorable, and indicative of a healthy, growing kitten.

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    1. As well, they appear to be very smoochable.

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  2. Almost too much and yet never enough.

    When Hazel zoomed up to the camera I giggled so loudly it startled my cats.

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  3. Great video! What a wonderful way to start your day. I to enjoyed Hazels' close-up, all we needed was Mr. DeMill. Really like the white fur on the tip of her paws to go along with the milk stain on her chin. It was good to see at the end she realized all I have to do is walk into the basket.

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    1. Re: realizing the basket has a door - So cute! As soon as I saw the picture I did a double take and said to Hazel (from hundreds of miles away) - honey, you don't have to do things the hard way just to impress us!

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  4. ALMOST too much? How about WAY TOO MUCH?!?! My brain just splorted from all that cute! I want to snorgle those fat little bellies so much! And Hazel bouncing toward the camera just sent me over the edge!

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  5. So sweet - sure puts a smile on my face!

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  6. I needed that! This pair gets cuter every day... And the tums absolutely slay me.

    It's always funny to me how cat parts look out of proportion if they're standing on their hind legs. Hazel's legs do indeed look way too skinny to support her belly.

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  7. made my day! close up of Hazel was just too much!

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  8. Sweet and adorable little Hazel was something I needed to see today. It's been 7 weeks and a day since I lost my beloved Bindo, and I miss him terribly. Hazel helped me to remember Bindo as a teeny tiny kitten, and that adorable belly and tummy of his, and how he made me smile...just the way Hazel has, here. Thanks for this.

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    1. I am so sorry for your loss, June! You are so right! Kitten therapy helps us remember the wonderful times with our amazing little family members! {{{{{June and Bindo}}}}}

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  9. OMG! Cuteness to the nth degree!

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  10. Oh dear...I just startled co-workers with my reaction to that photo of Hazel. Words fail me...cannot even describe the level of cuteness!

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  11. Ahhh!! Too much cute! Love Hazel trying to climb over the rim of the basket, then at the very end she realized she could just walk in. Her belly is sooooo plump!

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  12. Also, Hazel's little face at 1:42 or so, just before she goes in. O.M.G.

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  13. Oh Hazel you are a heartbreaker!!!!!! Thank you for sharing you have made my Easter Weekend.
    A very Happy Easter to you all

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  14. Hazel is just INSANELY adorable! And her antics with Effie -- what a precious pair! I ask this with every litter, but honestly, how do you ever get *anything* done with such cuteness around???

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  15. Well that is just out of control adorable - both the picture and the video. I laughed my fool head off, seeing those wee paws waving around in the video! And yes, those ITTY-BITTY LEGS!! I mean, really. And the look on her face in the picture!!

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  16. OMG, they are so sweet. Hazel's bitty legs are killing me dead!

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  17. Don't you keep finding yourself wanting to tell Hazel: Um,, you have a little milk on your chin there..

    :)

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  18. I am so happy for Hazel! I was a little worried when she arrived as she had really sad eyes! Now she's a happy girl!! Thank you Laurie!

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  19. I love her little brown sugared toes and that fat little belly

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  20. Oh what beauty, what dearness, what preciousness...I am in love.

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  21. "That's one small step for kittens; one giant leap for kittenkind." LOL! The pic reminds me of Neil Armstong exiting the lunar module!

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  22. holy crap i would smootch that thing into next week.

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  23. I keep rewinding and replaying the part where Hazel runs toward the camera. Laugh, every time!

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  24. My kitten fever just went from an 6 to an 8.. I so want..

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