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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Black Velvet





I gave her the perfect name, didn't I?
And this little one looks just like her, as does it's twin!

52 comments:

  1. OMY! Im first?
    I love the pictures and love the little and his little eyes and yes are like twins!

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    1. Yes, first! :)

      Yes, it looks just like his mama, but there is another little black one..twins!

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  2. They are so pretty! Black velvet is the perfect name. Looks like our skippy. In the sun his coat kinda looks like black satin, too. So shiny! He is a bluish black, whereas our Bear is a brownish black. Your velvet looks like a bluish black from the photo.

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    1. yes, they are that blue-black...so pretty! Skippy...that's a cute name! :) Can't wait to see the sex of these...the 2 grey ones are boys but I'm having a hard time telling with that black fur...and not being able to get close! ha.

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    1. smooth...oh, that's the perfect description. :)

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  4. Yes, you couldn't find a better name. I just want to reach out and touch them. Glad you enjoyed my little email. I thought it was hilarious too.

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    1. Well, neither would let you touch them. And mom would hiss. haha. She hisses while taking food. But she's warming up slowly but surely. :)

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  5. I love your black velvet cats! Too bad I am not in the position to want another kitty just yet.

    On another note, I found the perfect website for you.
    http://www.tngenweb.org/tntable/possum.htm

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    1. If you wanted them, I'd let you have the two little black ones. They are adorable and so tiny!

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    2. hahaha...oh, that website!!! Did you read the nutrition facts?

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    3. No, I had to go back and look.
      When I was a little girl and asked what was for dinner, my dad used to say, "Possum innards."

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  6. God's creatures great and small
    All want to live and explore and love.
    Black velvet cats should be a breed, right?

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  7. awww...beautiful and black....and i think pretending to sleep....ha...she knows everything going on around her though...

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    1. oh yeah...her ears were following me even though her eyes were closed. ha.

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  8. I can hear the tiny "meows"...adorable :o)
    Off to the lake tomorrow to meet the septic guy...wish us luck!

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Oh dear...best of luck! Hope he can fix it all cheaply! :)

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  9. They are both so beautiful and do look fairly blue on my screen. I hope the little ones become friendly so they can be fixed. Have you named them yet?

    God bless.

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    1. No, I haven't named them...waiting to see the sexes. ha. And they've spent the night here the last few nights, so I think they are here to stay! They still run if they see me, so I have some work to do in befriending them. It would help if mama wouldn't hiss when I stepped through the back door. haha. But that's her way...as with all mamas protecting their babies.

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  10. You did indeed give her a perfect name. I had a pint of Guinness in the pub last night, as dark and as smooth as your cat. As you say, perfect.

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    1. well, yes, now that you mention it...they are as black as that Guinness label! :)

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  11. purrr fect name.
    the sunflower farm on your blog header is soooo neat. just what i imagine them to look like!

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    1. on that sunflower farm is amazing! So fun to see!

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  12. So pretty! And yes, prefect name!

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    1. I thought so! :) Better than Blackie? ha.

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  13. they are beautiful, and most fortunate to have you as their very loving caretaker.

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  14. So beautiful! Your cat photos always brighten my day!

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    1. well, I'm glad to know you're enjoying them. With 14 here, it's hard not to have them come up in conversation. lol....

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  15. She's either having a nap
    Or doesn't like your snap
    Blinding her a bit
    As her eyes are never open as they sit
    Or maybe she is too high and mighty for that
    Surely picked the right name for her at your mat

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    1. I think she's being a mom and sleeping while standing up. haha....with her ear still atune to the kitties and they run. :)

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  16. Beautiful! Yes, you surely picked the perfect name. I have a black guy, too. Zorro, a very handsome devil.

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    1. zorro? oh, that's the perfect name for a black male. :)

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  17. Is she the one that won't come too close? She is beautiful and so is her baby. :)

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    1. Yes....she hisses and then eats what I give her. ha. She's teaching her kittens to be scared of me. But we'll be friends eventually...just like the other litters. :)

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  18. They are SOOOOO pretty! The black ones...but the gray is so pretty too!!!!
    I will say it again and again...nothing SO CUTE as a kitten!

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    1. They've spent the night here the last few nights. I put the little winter house back out for the cooler nights but nobody has gone in yet. ha.

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  19. If black cats are lucky, you're in for a good time!

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    1. Oooh...I hope they are lucky! Or at least we're ready for Halloween! ha.

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  20. Oh. My. Stars.!!!! Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!! Two gorgeous panther beauties!! Awwww!! Take care
    x

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