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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Mood Changers

WORDLESS DISCLAIMER: IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN IN A BAD, GRUMPY, ANXIOUS, AND OTHERWISE SMILELESS MOOD - DO NOT - I REPEAT - DO NOT - LOOK AT THESE PICTURES!



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9 comments:

AnnaMarie said...

Awwww!

First pic - one of these things is not like the others!

Thanks for sharing the cuteness!

Dora said...

Too. Much. Cuteness. :-)

Kristin said...

Sooooo cute. BTW, did you know the orange and white kitty is a boy? For some reason tied to kitty genetics, orange and white kitties are always boys.

k@lakly said...

Too cute but so glad they are living at your house and not mine!

Michelle said...

AWWW they are just so cute!

Dalene said...

What beautiful blue eyes they have!

ezra'smommy said...

yay kittens!

Brenna said...

Awww, the little butterscotch boy in the middle is adorable amidst the sea of black & white!

Another Dreamer said...

LOL! Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! So cute! I <3 kittens.

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