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March 16, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

Hippy Hippy Shaky Kitty

By naming our little kitten after the great one (The Rock) we were hoping it would make him tough and ready for the outside world but it turns out after my, i’ll admit, slighty obsessive worrying, about him going outside (and running away never to return) that he actually prefers it inside in the warm with food and cuddles anyway. When he does venture outside he shakes each foot in turn because he can feel the cold which makes him look less like a cat and more like a jelly kitty (or in the words of the rock “a roody poo candy ass”) and he usually returns within about 5 minutes to his millions of fans (me and ben). So it turns out he takes after his mum much more than his namesake 😉 The rock would not be impressed! x


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