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May 4, 2011 / Zoe

Kitten faces.

An alternate name for this post could be, ‘Matt got a new camera.’ He’s had it on lay-by for about forever, and finally got to pick it up yesterday. It’s a DSLR, and I’m a tiny bit scared of it, which means more photos around here will probably be taken by him. I will always give him credit for the photos he takes, though! And continue to nag him to start his own blog.

His first photo subjects were the sweet little foster sisters. I love Dorothy’s face. She always looks like she’s either smiling or a little bit concerned about something.

We do still have Master Oliver of course, but he’s a little behind the girls socially. He’ll get there though, he just needs a little more time. He’s going to be a big gorgeous man cat, at 11 or 12 weeks, he’s already about 20% bigger than his sisters, and he has these big long kangaroo-like back legs. But he’s still a big sooky, and we can usually find him snuggling into one of our girls, or a sister. I find it really interesting to see the three distinct personalities in the siblings. People who think cats have no personality have obviously just never had that privilege of having a cat let them inside their life.



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  1. jenn / May 5 2011 6:40 am

    aw, little dorothy is especially pretty.
    i know what you mean about distinct personalities. both of our cats are totally 100% feline, but they’re nothing alike at all in disposition or in habits.

  2. Katie / May 4 2011 6:04 pm

    Yay for new cameras and yay for kittens! They are awfully, terribly, ridiculously cute!

  3. Edith / May 4 2011 2:38 pm

    Oh to only hold one of those babies! So much loveliness. And to think they were the toilet paper monsters – never!

  4. Flamingo Dancer / May 4 2011 2:31 pm

    soooo cute

  5. Ieva / May 4 2011 1:55 pm

    What darling kittens!!

  6. Lauren / May 4 2011 11:51 am

    awww, what cute little fuzzballs.

  7. Lily / May 4 2011 8:14 am

    The little one (Dorothy I think it is) in the first two pictures reminds me of my Maggie. Her facial markings are different but in that first picture she has an expression that Maggie used to get all the time. Confusion was never one of her expressions. She got her name because she came to us like a magnet, thus she was called Maggie! She was 23 when she had to go to kitty heaven. We had her for at least 18 of those years.

    You are so right cats have personalities, so do dogs. My mother used to call it catonality or puponality. And each animal is an individual.

    The pictures are great!!

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