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Post  Goosegirl Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:49 pm

southern gardener wrote: ... you can tell our older dog, is just "thrilled" with the puppy!! Wink

lol! We suspect that is the way Panther will feel about his new housemate for a bit as well!

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Post  GWN Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:36 pm

GG that is going to be the cutest Kitten.. don't they usually have hair when they are born? Just wonderin......
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Post  Goosegirl Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:38 am

GWN wrote:GG that is going to be the cutest Kitten.. don't they usually have hair when they are born? Just wonderin......

Thanks! Hubby just LOVES that nose!

Some are born with fuzz, but certainly not all. The degree of hairlessness can also change throughout their lifetime - age, hormones (some pregnant females can get FURRY!), weather, etc. So far none of our Sphynxes have ever had more than just a velvet fuzz on noses, except Panther, who always has a short layer of silky gray fur on all of his feet (nice socks!) and a puff of hair on the end of his tail (called a Lion Tip).

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Post  GWN Tue Jan 08, 2013 11:16 am

how do they do outside in the winter? or do they stay inside?
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Post  Goosegirl Wed Jan 09, 2013 7:08 am

GWN wrote:how do they do outside in the winter? or do they stay inside?

They would do about the same as us outside naked in the winter! rofl Ours are royally pampered 100% indoor puddy tats with their own down comforter at the foot of the bed and fuzzy furniture covers on everything, along with strategically scattered fleece blankets throughout the house. I also knitted them their own wool kitty beds, felted them, and have fleece pieces stuffed inside them for extra softness. Ah, what we do for our children...

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PS - I also have not updated my computer monitor to a flat panel yet because the 'kids' love to sit on top of the big old tube monitor because of the heat it produces.
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Post  GWN Wed Jan 09, 2013 12:14 pm

PS - I also have not updated my computer monitor to a flat panel yet because the 'kids' love to sit on top of the big old tube monitor because of the heat it produces.
WOW ....
SO do they go out in the summer?
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Post  Kelejan Wed Jan 09, 2013 1:20 pm

Goosegirl I guess we can't call her a furbaby. Very Happy
She's cute.
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Post  Goosegirl Wed Jan 09, 2013 2:20 pm

GWN wrote:
PS - I also have not updated my computer monitor to a flat panel yet because the 'kids' love to sit on top of the big old tube monitor because of the heat it produces.
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SO do they go out in the summer?

Not on purpose! lol! They have plotted and successfully escaped once! Actually, they just took advantage of my inattentiveness and sneaked out the back door when I left the screen unlatched. Jewels wandered out to the side of the house until she encountered one of the 'locals', then came tearing back to the porch begging to come in. Panther, on the other hand, was quite content to wander through the garden boxes and I had to drag him out from under the squash leaves. He was quite happy being a garden kitty, but we prefer they get their sunshine by laying on the window sill. The neighborhood kids love to come and point at the 'funny' kitties in the window!

Just got the news, we can pick up Pebbles on the weekend of the 26th!

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Post  plantoid Wed Jan 09, 2013 2:30 pm

Kelejan wrote:Goosegirl I guess we can't call her a furbaby. Very Happy
She's cute.

Nah , Puss reminds me of Gizmo in the film Gremlins... after being fed at Midnight . Wink
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Post  Triciasgarden Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:33 pm

Just beautiful!
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