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Born to be wild

Meet Percy, the newest addition to the household. According to the vet, he is 3 months old and 4.5 pounds.

I can tell you this about him. He has boundless energy, likes to eat Molly and Oscar's food, and can run the length of the condo in a millisecond. And he is quite the scrapper as evidenced by the scratches on his nose (they have since cleared up).

Also he likes to watch football and soap operas and listen to classical music when he needs to relax. I think we will get along just fine.


He is absolutely adorable :) ♥
Julie@beingRUBY said…
Hi Elaine
I'm not surprised Percy has become the new family member... he is adorable... xxx Julie
How adorable!! Nothing like a kitty to warm the heart.

Hugs, Sherry
Our cat had kittens a while ago and the last one went to his new home this morning.

I love cats. They add something so warm and lovely to a home.

I hope he settles in super-quickly.
Love the new addition. Kittens are just sooo adorable. :-)
Benny and Lily said…
you do look a bit mischievous
Snuggles & snorts,
Benny & Lily
kayellen said…
Hi cutie pie Percy!! You are one lucky kitty~~~you have found a wonderful home!!

Elaine what a sweet face:))

Jacque said…
Lovely cats here on your Blog!


Oh what a sweetheart and just what my heart needed tonight. How nice you having a loving home, Percy!

Wanted to thank you about your kind words about my cat, Gigi that passed last week. I appreciate your comforting words & wanted to let you know you touched my heart. Thank you.
Percy is adorable! He doesn't seem to be to affected by his battle scars either, thank goodness. I tell you, Phineas would absolutely LOVE a Percy of his own! Poor guy has old lazy Luna who seldom wants to play.

There's nothing like a new addition to bring new life into your life! I hope he's a snuggler ; )
ParisBreakfasts said…
Have Percy stop by PB...
He/she will put on a few PDQ
French-Kissed said…
What an adorable little wild thing Percy is!

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