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    I was attempting to capture the utter impossible cuteness of his belly dots of doom.

    Mary said that this one makes him look like he was Made in Japan. It TOTALLY does!

    jettcat, social reject extraordinaire, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Mjausson 63 months ago | reply

      He's inherited his mother's big, beautiful eyes. Wonder what color they'll be.

      Plus belly spots of dooom! THUD

    2. social reject extraordinaire 63 months ago | reply

      *checks her heart to see if it has burst*

    3. iamhydrogen14 63 months ago | reply

      THUD!!! dead from the impossible cuteness!! Besides the fact that Ziggy is unbearably adorable, you're photos are also really nicely taken. Some really great close-ups!!

    4. Louise not Lulu 63 months ago | reply

      A lot of your photos are better than many greetings cards, partly because they're great, and also because the cats in them are 'real' not airbrushed.

    5. Kimberly Jennery 63 months ago | reply

      @Louise well yes - in general, my pictures aren't airbrushed... unless you count the times we actually airbrushed the kitten/cat



    6. social reject extraordinaire 59 months ago | reply

      Just so you know, this photo of the Zigster is still the wallpaper on my cell phone. :)

    7. Kimberly Jennery 59 months ago | reply

      MEB LOL! OMG, was he EVER this tiny!??!!? Thanks for bringing it back to my attention - that was really one of the CUTEST pics EVER! Little Alien kitten!

    8. social reject extraordinaire 58 months ago | reply

      Maybe you'll get a photo similar to this out of the latest passel of newborns. :)

    9. Kimberly Jennery 58 months ago | reply

      MEB - I need to get my new camera's macro working/figured out better ... still not there yet. These are all pretty cute - not sure how I'll avoid a good shot or two ;)

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