Friday Cat Blogging - never on Friday

Well, it's been a long time since I posted pictures of my cats, and a month since I last saw them and photographed them, so here they are (under the fold):

Last time you saw Orange Julius he was just a tiny little kitten. He is a huge cat now:
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Marbles looks a little skinny now. I think I'll take her to the vet this week. Certainly, with O.J. growing fast, Marbles needs to loose a couple of ovaries ASAP:
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Biscuit is her old own magnificent self, the ultimate Aristocat:
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