Sunday, October 4, 2009

Easy Like Sunday Morning

A typical Sunday in a Furrydance kittens life. Kiki's babies at 13 weeks old.
They get spayed and neutered on the 7th and will leave their birth home
here in 2 weeks...

17 comments:

  1. Awww their so adorable love this video :)

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  2. Such a fun age! That sleeping bag looks very comfy.

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  3. There are quite a few cats in that house! lucky people! Even at the end there's another one by the stairs. It could be a Sesame Street counting video if it weren't so engaging watching what the kittens do. I loved the video and the music was perfect!

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  4. OMG that is SO adorable! What the heck is that toy??? That looks like such fun!! They are so priceless & precious. No idea how you can part with any of those babies!

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  5. Stacy, it's a Fat Cat Tail Chaser...
    http://www.shopfatcat.com/tacattoyse.html

    The kittens love it...the adults just pull my guest towels off the bar in the bathroom and drag them around the house...

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  6. Oh my, they are adorable. xoxo

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  7. You guys are SOOO Stinking Cute!! I wish I was there to play with you. I would LOVE to run around and chase you guys (no pun intended)
    mewMew
    Chase

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  8. Oh to cute, love the kitties.Thanks for sharing Teri!

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  9. That toy looks like a lot of fun! We'd like to thank you for your care and concern for us, furriend:)

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  10. The kittens look wonderful. It will be hard to see them go!

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  11. Oh they're really cute. I can't remember the last time Pumpy and I played like that. Years ago.

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  12. Great fun at your house. It must be so hard to let them go.

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  13. Cats are so awesome. I don't know anything that gives me more pleasure than my cats...well, anything I can talk about anyway....

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  14. very comfy bed...
    yawwwnnn....
    heheheeh...

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