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Those are her reading glasses, too.
That's one pretty kitty! :)
I have a cat named Magic too! White and gold. One of many rescues but totally Unique! My Magic is Big very Big - fat paws - big head and teeth -- cannot tell her size from the picture. Pleasant connection for a change although I do enjoy talking to you but feel my talk is too aggressive. I don't really know how to pull it back but this picture is a great idea.
Thanks, Kim!Greenconsciousness, you probably can't tell from the picture, but this Magic is very small. She weighs around 8 pounds --- a combination of her small bone structure and dainty appetite. (She's a very picky eater).She was also a rescue: born, along with five brothers and sisters, in the parking lot of our local Animal Haven. We have two other shelter cats, now around six to eight months old, whom we fostered before deciding to adopt.
Magic is gorgeous...and has the same name as one of my favorite movies, too!We have four cats from the animal shelter, and one who was a feral kitten. (His mother lived in my aunts' backyard).
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