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We rescued a kitten about four weeks ago from being put down at the vets. She needed a playmate so we found another little girl to make part of our family also.

Here's the new baby ... she's only seven weeks old (to young to be taken from her momma but the lady was getting rid of them no matter what so we figured she'd have a great home here and got her), she crawled up under the computer on my hubbys lap and fell asleep!



Here they are together... our first 'baby' is getting so big that we have to protect the new babe...

 

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they are both really cute


(is there anyway you can resize them though for some of our dial up users? I have no issues but I know it can be an issue with viewing large pictures on a slower interent speed)
 

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OH Cinder. They are aborable. Hey I have 7 babies, do you want some more???? :greengrin: :greengrin:

Hey I bet you will have those new babies on your lap when they come home to you also.

How soon before you get them?
 

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Hi Lori! Do any of your kittens have extra toes? Where still looking just for a Hemingway kitten (with extra toes).

My kids come home in three more weeks!! It's getting harder to wait but I will admit with this yucky weather I'm kinda glad they aren't here yet. I've gotten to go see them a couple of times ... it's hard to walk away without bringing them with me!
 

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Cinder, I really do not know if they have extra toes. I have not looked that close.

Three weeks, that has to be exciting. :leap: Yep, hopefully we will have some nice weather by then. I would be happy for rain but this snow, I am done with it.

Do you have a place to get hay this year other then a feed store? If not keep in touch with me. I have a contact and I purchase her whole pasture. I have a LOT of it already sold, but I will let you know where I am in a few months.
 

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Hi Lori - If we have enough moisture then we are able to cut about 18 acres of hay on our own property. About half of it is Brohm and Timothy grass and the other half is that plus alfalfa. I use the grass side for my llamas and the grass/alfalfa side for my horses and now my goats!

However... we've been here six years now and have only had a good enough crop to cut it three times! So, if we don't get a good crop this year I'd love for you to keep me in mind. Let me know when you know. I'll know in June if we are going to get our own cut this year.

Thanks much for thinking of me!
 
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