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Wordless Wednesday No.3


Click to enlarge.There are actually three kittens there--and they have made my patio their home!

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  1. How lovely! The natural light brings out their beauty and gentleness. Makes me want to go lie down, too!

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  2. what a sweet picture!
    Happy WW!

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  3. what a wonderful shot of love!

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  4. Sweet photo :-)

    Happy WW!

    Isabelle aka Tricotine
    http://tricotine.typepad.com

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  5. oh, how cute!!!!
    beautiful shot, happy ww :)

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  6. How cute. Well, you must be feeding them too so they decided to stay. They are all adorable. Have a great WW. :)

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  7. :) How cute! I wish I had a patio to be able to feed stray cats. I'd probably end up being one of those people that buy food for dozens of them.

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  8. This is sooo cute! They are like a giant fur ball! My brother is going to get a puppy in another 2 months. Anytime I see baby animals like this, I am always thinking about his golden retriever!


    Vidya

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  9. Beautiful pictures. Reminds me of how exactly the relationship between a mother and her little ones should be. It came just in time PS. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheeries.

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  10. too cute for words!

    Happy WW

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  11. They are so sweet. I love your template.

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  12. aww the lil kitties r cute!

    Keshi.

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  13. I have a patio cat (a stray), but it's not likely to have kittens. These are adorable.

    -- Miss Meliss
    www.missmeliss.com

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  14. Anonymous9:18 AM

    They are soooo beautiful! Are any of them actually yours?

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  15. Anonymous11:32 AM

    Lovely!

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  16. That is beautiful!!!!
    :)

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  17. hey ps..i couldnt do WW this time..*sigh*

    anyways nice picc here...are these cats harmless?

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  18. Mama must trust you to bring her babies so close. It's a precious photo. Happy WW

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  19. I am not even a cat loverand i love this shot. I am allergic . But my Mom has a sign on her fridge w/ a picture of a cat that says we got rid of the kids--the cat was allergic

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  20. Extremely cute!

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  21. Thank you all for your kind comments.I shall drop by soon.Right now I am down with viral.Very high fever.As soon as I feel better I shall visit you!

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  22. They are gorgeous animals.We are currently deciding weather we should give a cat a home. Our last cat 'Dusty' died in 2003..she was 18 years old!

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  23. Happy Wordless Wednesday!
    That is tooooooooooo cuuute:-)
    Get Well Soon

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  24. I love cats and these look like gorgeous little things :) So sweet!

    I hope you feel better very soon.

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  25. What a sweet and wonderful pic. It's always great to see kitties finding a place to call home.

    And we are happy to make your acquaintance!

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  26. came back to tell you my pic is from a Barcelona beach :)

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  27. adorable... three? can only see two

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  28. Beautiful picture.I love cats. We have two sister cats. They gave birth on the same day and they looked after each others babie's ah well one more than the other.
    Reminds me of these days.

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  29. Hey! I have got one at my place too.

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  30. Everybody is so content. This is the picture of happiness.

    Beautiful picture, too.

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  31. They look relaxed and happy at your place.
    That says alot about you~!!!
    XO
    bLUE

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  32. Oh the mother is BEAUTIFUL. I wish you could bring her to me. I have a clico cat and tehy are so special.

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