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Meet the kittens. 

So yesterday we brought home two tiny kittens! Meet Emma (on the left) and Lutz (on the right). They´re part Norwegian forest cat so a bit more wooly than the usual cat (or at least Emma is, Lutz seems to take after his short haired mother).

We wanted to adopt one more cat for ages and now that we live in the country, as silly as it sounds, we really need a male cat to protect our girls from the stray cats around (there´ve been some not so nice incidents). So we really only wanted to adopt Lutz, but fell for his little sister on our first visit.

Do I need to explain why? (Btw do you see she has curly whiskers? Cuteness overload.)

Anyway, so far it has been a wise decision to adopt siblings... they have each other so the transition to their new home isn´t too hard. Actually, so far, they seem to be pretty happy! Now I just hope they´ll get along with Marlene and Lulu eventually...

Four cats! That makes me a crazy old cat lady, right? Oh well, there are worse things.

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Reader Comments (4)

They are so cute! I can understand you took theme both home!

June 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSandra

awww! They are so cute!!

June 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTraveling Mama

Eeeek! Kittens! SO cute! :) This does NOT help with my dreams of getting another cat! Unfortunately Minna is not a cat person (and she's allergic to cats as well but thankfully Lissu doesn't bother hew allergies much!) so no kittens for us. Wish we lived closer so I could come around and play with the kittens.

June 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKatja

Kittens!!!! Love!!! Tubby is a Norwegian forest cat we adopted seven years ago from a teacher whose newborn was allergic to cats.

June 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMadhu

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