Monday, June 5, 2017

A Wee Bit Worried

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I'm speaking in a soft voice this morning because this little kitten I want to introduce is a little shy and I don't want to startle the little fellow.  I should say I don't want to startle the little Fellows, actually.

His name is Robin Fellows.

He's one of the Five Fellows who moved in with us on Friday.  And yes, our Five Fellows are five fellows. All boys in this bunch!

I think once he's done being a scaredy-kitten he's going to be a real sweetheart.  He has made great improvements over the weekend, but still, when I wished him a good morning today he replied with a possum hiss.

It was ridiculous.


He's adorable, built like a teapot, and he's got worried eyes.

Nothing to worry about, little man.  It's all going to be JUST fine.

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31 comments:

  1. this space for rentJune 5, 2017 at 9:17 AM

    Oh my, he sure is a handsome Fellow! Don't worry, little man, you'll find out quickly enough how awesome your current situation really is.

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  2. You couldn't be in a better place, Robin! You have your brothers around and the best foster parents in the world looking out for you. Be brave, and everything will work out fine.

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    1. and two of the best foster parent big cats too :)

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  3. <3 <3 <3 Dead.

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    1. I think Anon means she has "died" from the extreme cuteness of little Robin. <3

      This Anony-mouse thinks he will soon be the cheerfullest kitty in all the land!

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  4. Highly clever, Laurie!! Well done!

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  5. never saw a boy cat looked like that. cutie pie.

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  6. It's going to be okay, little guy. :-) -darin

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  7. oh, what a young fresh,fella.

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  8. Don't worry honey you and your fellow Fellows are in good hands and paws.

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  9. Such a handsome Fellow! Don't worry, little one. It will all be okay.

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  10. Judging from the first two babies I believe this clowder of itty bitties will truly bless us with love, silly antics and WAY TOO MUCH CUTENESS. I love Siamese, but Baby Robin is very special indeed.:)

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  11. Hey there, little short and stout, so pleased to meet you. Never met a kitten named after a bird before. You are ridiculously adorable, darling, and we're all going to enjoy watching you blossom.

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  12. Ooh! Robin is going to be so handsome when he grows up!

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  13. Worried eyes *and* a blep???

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  14. OMG! Robin you are sooooo cute! And in the best of hands. I sure wish you did not live diagonally across the US from me!
    Lafb - FL

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  15. Be not afraid Robin....you and the fellows have hit the jackpot in your new home on your way to your forever home!

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  16. aaawww, he does have worried eyes. Looking forward to seeing the day when his eyes are full of trust and love! Thank you for all that you do!!!

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  17. He is gorgeous! but but is he calico? I thought they were 99% females?? I cannot wait to see him being a happy purring furbaby in someone's lap.

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    1. He's not a calico, but tabby and white.

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    2. Yeah, at first I thought his spots looked orange and black, too. Must be some kind of optical illusion!

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  18. I hope he never grows into those giant ears. I also love the little domino spots on his back!

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  19. Can't wait to see the pics of him relaxed and blissed out. He's adorable.

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  20. You will warm up this teapot. Gail

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  21. Do I sense a Bee Gees theme? Can we expect a Barry and Andy? They are an adorable bunch.

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