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Meowgie Update!

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Meowgie is doing GREAT!  He is over 7 weeks old now, eating wet and dry food and using the litter box nicely on his own.  As a matter of fact, he is such a good kitty that I have been letting him out in the house with the other kitties.  He loves them and they love him.  He and Juno play together all the time.  Even my husband adores him!

 

That said, we have decided to keep him!  We have bonded so strongly with him - he is almost like a child to my husband and I.  My mom could see that and she said she was absolutely okay with us keeping him.  :)  So, that brings my animal total to, um...9.  7 cats, 2 dogs.  Oh well...not like Meowgie isn't already part of that number!  Right!?

 

Here is a recent picture of him.  He loves to climb my cat tree and honestly, I am pretty sure he has no idea he is so small!  He weighs 1 pound 12 oz right now.  :)

 

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flail.gifflail.gifflail.gif NO ONE would have predicted THIS ending to the story! clap.gifclap.gifbiggthumpup.gif

He's over seven weeks already! thud.gif WOW how time flies! Gosh - he just keeps getting CUTER!
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I am pretty sure that everyone BUT me predicted it.  Even my vet was like, "I KNEW IT!"  LOL

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Meowgie is definitely fitting right in with the family.  :)

 

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I am so glad you have decided to keep him. The bond between a human and an orphaned kitten you have raised is so very strong.

 

I've read all your posts re this little guy and you never mentioned grooming. Did he know how to groom himself? I once read that with an orphaned kitty you have to wipe him gently with a warm washcloth - otherwise he will not know to clean himself.

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Yep, he grooms himself all the time.  :)  Oddly enough, he was grooming himself a little bit at just 2 weeks old when I got him.

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Yep, he grooms himself all the time.  :)  Oddly enough, he was grooming himself a little bit at just 2 weeks old when I got him.



Precious bunny.

 

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Meowgie is definitely fitting right in with the family.  smile.gif

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thud.gif and flail.gif First of all that is the cutest thing in the world - Meowgie !!!!!! And he just looks too funny up there with the "big" cats laughing02.gif Great photo biggrin.gif

And the flail.gif is for you!!! I had a good assumption that Meowgie would NOT be leaving your home..... He is your little sweetie and you DO have a very strong bond now agree.gif. So glad he is so happy and doing great and CONGRATULATIONS clap.gifclap.gifclap.gifclap.gifclap.gifclap.gif
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