Wednesday, November 12, 2014

This Cute Little Dumpling is Frieda Lumpkin



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 And beware, she's going to wriggle her way right into your heart.

22 comments:

  1. She is so wee! Is this litter especially itty-bitty or am I just out of practice?

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    1. No smaller than usual - they weigh about a pound and are approximately a month old.

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  2. OK where is the warning??? Frieda is cute OVERLOAD she is beautiful, Its a joy to meet you Frieda

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  3. They do seem particularly itty bitty. Are they six weeks or so?

    FYI, Frieda now owns my soul. I hope she treats it well.

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  4. So adorable! Ah! The coordination challenges of the very young! <3

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  5. Frieda has ginormous paws for such a tiny kitty. She'll be a stunner when she gets a bit bigger. She's totally cute and cuddly now.

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  6. Yaaay! My little dumpling is also name Frieda :)

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  7. A baby bear! I do loves me the black kitties. And oh good gravy is she cute. Eyes barely starting to change but ears stand up ... guessing 3 1/2-4 weeks?

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  8. aaaaahdorable...

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  9. Ah, Freida, looks like you really enjoyed your breakfast!
    Love the little bear with the crusty chin. Welcome!

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  10. Ah, born in October so a perfect batch of Halloween kitties!! I love, love, love little tuxies and black kittehs! :D

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  11. What a little doll! She's going to melt many hearts today!

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  12. Oh my, another Lumpkin! What a darling kitten she is! Extreme cuteness alert for sure!

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  13. Black kittens are my favorite!!!!

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  14. Precious little Lumpkin girl. I am taken with her lack of coordination. Four legs and all those toes and claws to coordinate...OY!

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  15. Well, hello there sweet little baby girl! Look at your round tummy, I bet you're going to love belly rubs pretty soon.

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  16. Another little black bear. Anyone remember the little black jelly bean of Norma Easterbrook?

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