Thursday, July 7, 2016

WARNING: EXTREME CUTENESS ALERT. REPEAT: EXTREME CUTENESS ALERT!

First thing this morning, I emailed all of your bosses to let them know you will need to leave early today. Because once you meet this next kitten, I know you will be rendered useless.  You will be so exhausted from all of that squee-ing, and gobsmacked by the magnitude of the cuteness, you might as well just pack up your things and leave the for the day --- you will be in no condition to work.

So, go on. Collect your belongings, and punch out for the day. We can wait a moment while you do that.






I arranged with your coworkers to cover your emails, answer your phone, and water your plants, should it take a few days for you to return. There are plans to celebrate July birthdays in the break room this afternoon, but don't worry about missing that. You already signed the card and Janet promised to save you a slice of cake.


OK? All set?

And, REALLY, are you ready for this????

Here

we

go......


It's a TINY TORBIE!

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AND SHE'S NOT JUST YOUR AVERAGE TINY TORBIE!!!
 SHE IS ALSO POLYDACTYL!!

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GAH!!!!

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A POLYDACTYL TINY TORBIE!



Thank goodness she's the last of this litter. Honestly, I don't think I have the brain capacity to handle any more cute than this.  


I'm going to give you some time to digest all of this, then I'll be back with an Alumni update later today.


 


 






34 comments:

  1. That. Face.

    ....just...

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  2. That face! There's a kitty who will have humans wrapped around her little polydactyl paw.

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  3. Oh goodness! Lucky I'm on vacation this week. There's no way I'd get any work done looking at this beauty every 5 minutes!

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  4. That cute, cute face...


    OK, that's it, I'm staying home the rest of July...

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  5. Reading the header, I thought it must be reading one of the prior posts, because how could there be even more extreme cuteness in store than we've already experienced from this litter? After reading on, and scrolling down, I was wrong. So very, very wrong. That face, and those little ears, and that little white ruff, not to mention all the toeses. Oh, my. I think I need to go and lie down with a cool, wet cloth on my forehead. I'm sure my boss will understand, given that I am the boss of me. :-)

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  6. An incredible feat, to see the feet of this petite, terrific Tiny Torbie!

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  7. This litter hit the genetic lottery didn't they. They're all over the place with toes and colors and patterns. Don't you think?

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  8. OMG - so adorable! And polydactyl to boot!

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  9. AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! SHE'S SO CUTE!!!!!!

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  10. Good lord! This litter is ridiculously cute. I can't wait to see/hear them on the phone lines for the FUNdraiser...

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  11. Wow, this whole litter is uber cute!!!

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  12. How old are they? Do they need to be a certain weight before you can bring them home? And is it harder to train the really young ones to answer the phones? I don't imagine they can read yet, right? (last two questions are rhetorical)

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    1. They're around 4 weeks. No,weight doesn't matter -- unless they're seriously underweight and need medical treatment.

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    2. Thanks for the answers! I have seen pics of younger kittens, but still can't really imagine them any tinier than these.

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  13. I'm in the ER with an acute cuteness overload. I'll send the bill to Charlene ;)

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  14. what a sweetie-pie! the face and those pink lips! it is too much!

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  15. Is it just me,or is there hints of Wylla cuteness in this little girl? Two kittens with large mittens!

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  16. boy you weren't kidding with this warning!

    I, uh, uh, uh... *swoon*

    Linda (I'm surprised I still know my name, let alone can type it!)

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  17. I can barely type...cuteness overload...must lie down.

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  18. Lisa (mom of Chai, Sophie, and Acacia)July 7, 2016 at 12:40 PM

    And yet another Superhero joins the team!!!
    That face (and that adorable nose), it's two completely different sides! Just imagine the spy games she'd be able to get up to with that awesome look. And can't forget those super mittens!
    Wow, this crew is something special indeed!

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  19. Oh. My. Lord. I thought I was over with the dreamsicle, but then TINY TABBY... and now... oh my goodness. -fans self- AND LOOK, THIS KITTEN HAS A FLAT. IT IS ADORABLE.

    K from MN

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  20. Dat FACE! Doze TOES! Have mercy.

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  21. Buddy, Tiger, and Mr. Mistofelees' MomJuly 7, 2016 at 2:01 PM

    Oh, what an adorable litter!!

    Thanks for including their weight (13 ounces?). That really puts their size into context, LESS than a pound of butter. How small is that?

    Mr. Mistofelees is so happy you have some polydactyls. He has extra toes too and is so glad to meet other polies. He tells me that they will be able to answer the phone better!

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  22. I cannot help stealing a peek each time I walk by the computer. That little face makes me smile before I even realize it. I'm on the floorbie for this many-toed torbie. No, don't help me up; I'll be fine--maybe.

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  23. Oh, these Fantastic Four! I'm in love

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  24. ska-WEEEEE!! Times four!

    Oh. Em. Gee.

    I'll take all four of 'em. :)

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  25. This litter is too much cuteness! How can you handle it all?

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  26. Holy Cannoli! She's adorable!

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  27. I can only look at these photos with one eye closed. Two eyes at once and it's too much to handle. Too cute. The whole litter is just too much for me. I'm having thoughts like "well, six cats wouldn't be THAT crazy..."

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  28. Back for another delicious kitten nibble. Just so tasty. I love torbies my first childhood cat was one.

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