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    Default Pretty Itty Bitty Kitty

    As cute as a button!!
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    A kitty with Kitty. Lovely photos Louise, can't wait 'til Christmas to see what the kitty has become, was only last Christmas when the mum was the same size and annoying me whilst at the computer.
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    Lovely photos, Louise! Kitty looks so sweet and innocent too!

    Mind you, that black cat has an evil look in its eye there, so if I were Itty Bitty Kitty I'd not get into an argument with it!

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    It's such a pity that I won't see here again until she's all grown up - I'll just have to make do with your photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catherine View Post
    Mind you, that black cat has an evil look in its eye there, so if I were Itty Bitty Kitty I'd not get into an argument with it!
    Was so funny Catherine, black cat is the mum and was teaching the little kitten how to fight and chase, whilst making little mewling sounds, she's a very good mother.
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    Oh yes, I was impressed at how good a mum she was, despite being hardly grown up herself. She's a lovely little thing, and not half as evil as she looked in that shot

    In this shot she is doing exactly what it looks like - keeping her 'arm' around the itty bitty kitty as she investigates the scary outside world
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    This is Mum last Christmas.
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    Awwwww! So Mum IS very caring after all!

    Do you think she was wanting to play table tennis there, Rolf!

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    She was certainly attracted by the movement on the screen, I chose that game page to make sure she was on the screen for the photo.
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    The tricks of the photographer, eh ?

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