Jack & Vera: Hello again humans! We have grown! :D

Oliver: And another visit of our humans to Jack & Vera… They have grown so much! But I shall now let them talk for themselves. 🙂

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Vera: Meow! Hello there human… Wait what are you doing – no photos :O!

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Vera: Fine! I will look extra cute for your photos. <3

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Jack: You found me :O But I was trying to blend in with the floor. o.o

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Jack: Hmmm so what am I going to do with you now.

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Jack: Come on tickle my belly… I promise I won’t bite or scratch!

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Jack: Oh no you found me! Time for another game of hide and seek. 😀

Signed by

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His Meowjesty Prince Jack also known as “Sir Purr-A-Lot”

&

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Her Meowjesty Princess Vera

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21 thoughts on “Jack & Vera: Hello again humans! We have grown! :D

      1. Once, i went to a garden shop and this day, there was an exhibit to adopt cats … It was awful for kids and I… Temptation was really big but I really didn’t know how my cat would react.. he is nice, but I am his mum and he is very jealous ! There was a little Vera, so nice…
        I’m sure one day, i will adopt … Can’t resist anymore !

        1. I know what you mean. This is how we ended up with two! Luckily they both like each other. :). Temptation is still there to convince them to adopt kids of their own though since they can’t have any 😉

  1. Jack and Vera are beautiful! Vera looks like she has some calico in her ancestry, and Jack may, too. Our Jack was also orange, and his sister Dawn was a tortoise-shell kitty with mottled orange and dark fur like Vera, but a half-orange, half-tortie face. Their mom was a beautiful calico. Jack lived to be 16 & Dawn, 14 yrs.–not bad for outdoor, quite feral AZ cats, though they were both fixed/neutered and stay right in our backyard most of the time. How old are Jack and Vera? They look quite young and tame, though they are giving the camera a bit of the “wary eye” like we used to get!

    1. They were both only a few months old on those photos. Our friends rescued them. They were a litter of 6 born to a stray farm cat. So it took some time to get them house trained hehe 🙂

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