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For the Grandparents

This picture is for the grandparents.  It is the latest picture of the girls.

For those of you that care about cats, Kristen is on the mend.  We need her to eat the Hills Science diet, but she looks at me like, "are you kidding me?"

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Anonymous said…
Sarah Kate looks so grown up in the picture. She is 5?
Anonymous said…
When she get's hungry enough, she will eat it. Thankfully, you only have 1 cat. My sister had 2, and the 1 was always sneaking the others food.
The Mommy said…
Hope Kristen feels better soon! The girls are pretty, but how about sharing a picture of Kristen!? :)
ETCAI Products said…
I love those sweet sweet smiles! Thanks girls, Pop
ETCAI Products said…
I love those sweet sweet smiles! Thanks girls, Pop
Kay-K said…
Thanks Laurie for posting the picture of our precious, sweet girls! They are beautiful inside and out! Love them, Kay-K
Kay-K said…
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A.K.W. said…
Nice picture! Our cats will only certain kinds of food as well.

Amy
Becky said…
Our cat (Moses) that had the urinary tract infection refused any prescribed food so the vet said to give him the best we could with what is on the shelf. We use 9 Lives and he has been fine since. I do use Hills for Mia, who has some kidney failure. She really likes the dry formula.
Jenny said…
Our kitten was just fixed and declawed. She came home today and is supposed to stay calm and not climb all over everything. It is impossible. She is always on the go and today has been no different. It's making me a nervous wreck! LOL
Tammie said…
What a nice picture, any grandparent would be so happy to hang on the wall.
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