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Pele, Birch and Elliott were rescued from the BC wildfires this summer, and are inseparable. <3

Fall in love with them at TinyKittens.com/live

Adopt all three: TinyKittens.com/adopt
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BREAKING MEWS: Today, Skye the Sink Cat's cardiologist told her she no longer needs medication for her heart! <3

This is incredible news, because 18 months ago we were trying to determine if she had weeks or months to live. What a testament to the power of love and exceptional medical care! More evidence of what "lost cause" feral cats are capable of, if given the chance to show us.

To answer the comments we know we'll get... yes, Skye was a feral cat. She is not what most people think of when they think of feral cats, but that's why it's so important to tell these stories. The majority of the adult ferals we've rescued have become socialized. Some quickly, some slowly. Each cat is different, but they are all worth saving!

See what we've learned since we started working with feral cats in 2015: TinyKittens.com/cases
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It’s a beautiful day for some Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) trapping!

Almost all of the cats in this colony have already been spayed/neutered, but it’s important to do maintenance TNR to get any new cats done and prevent kittens. This colony is clearly already big enough!

Many of the cats in our happy forest colony have been socialized and adopted into loving homes, and we now have 5 in our care who are terminally ill.

Huge thanks to Weruva, Otter Co-op and JD Farms – Specialty Turkey Store & Bistro, Langley, BC for donating the food, tuna and treats we used!
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In case you're going through Grandpa Mason and his kittens withdrawal, here's how he does dinner time with his TinyTuxies.

Note: This is dinner time for the Tuxies. Dinner time for Mason happens pretty much hourly in order to keep his weight up for as long as possible. Weight loss is a big issue with kidney disease, so it's great that he has been holding pretty steady around 3.9 kg / 8.6 lbs.

And yes, we are trying to locate his next litter of kittens! The good news is that it is not kitten season here, and there are almost no kittens being born this time of year. The bad news is that Masey might have to wait a bit for his next litter. As you can see, the Tuxies are keeping him entertained in the meantime, and giving him plenty of snuggle time in front of the fire. <3
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Tune in starting around 12pm PT for packing of #TinySuitcases and farewells to our Muppet kittens: TinyKittens.com/live

Follow them in their new homes at:
Bean Bunny and Sweetums
Muppet Kittens: Henson and Fozzie

And don't forget we have three magnificent and adorable kittens rescued from the BC wildfires still waiting for a very special home! Watch them at TinyKittens.com/live and then apply to adopt at TinyKittens.com/adopt <3
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2017 has been a different year for all of us at Tinykittens.

We started the year with ringworm, terrified ferals, a fix-a-thon and a daunting diagnosis of kidney disease in an ancient feral cat named Mason. We had our hearts broken with Evolene and her eggs, but found joy when Evolene became the pampered princess she deserved to be. We met Corsica and her Eggs, who revealed Grandpa Mason’s glorious marshmallowey center.

We brought in two colonies of feral and semi-feral cats and kittens evacuated from the BC wildfires.

We completed TNR projects at two feral cat colonies, transitioned daily care and feeding to property owners, providing ongoing food and medical care as needed.

We experienced a number of firsts for us in treating adult feral cats: Diabetes, a lot of kidney disease, upper airway disease, constipation, enemas…

We learned more than we ever wanted to know about rectums.

2017 showed us that even at our most broken, we can still make a difference. It taught us the true meaning of fortitude.

We learned to find the hidden strength in ourselves and those we cared for, to dig deeper when circumstances seemed hopeless, and to find inspiration in the spirit, tenacity, and resilience of “lost cause” cats that proved they were worth fighting to save.

We were reminded on a daily basis that we are surrounded by a #TinyVillage of people whose compassion, generosity and love is powerful enough to make miracles happen.

Your support and encouragement made it possible for Mason, Stashy, Evolene, and so many other “lost cause” cats to instead get a chance to show the world they are worth saving. You made it possible for us to tell their stories, so whenever someone sees a feral cat, they think of Mason and feel a connection. Their stories are making a difference around the world.

Words will never be able to adequately express our gratitude to each of you for having such a huge impact on us personally, and on what we were able to accomplish in 2017. <3
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Merry Christmas to our wonderful #TinyVillage, from all of us at Tinykittens HQ. We love you and wish you a joyous holiday season. <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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Merry Catmas from all of us at Tinykittens!

We wish you an abundance of peace, joy and cheer this holiday season. We are so grateful for our #TinyVillage every day, and for the peace, joy and cheer you make possible for us every single day throughout the year. You are loved and appreciated more than words can express! <3
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Pele, Birch and Elliott are our last three wildfire survivors waiting for a home. Please share and help them find a home for the holidays! TinyKittens.com/adopt

These three are inseparable, so we are looking for a very special home willing to adopt all three. What you will get in return is unlimited love, side-splitting laughs, and the joy of giving three kittens who beat the odds a chance to thrive in a loving home. <3

Fall in love with them on our 24/7 rescue livestream: TinyKittens.com/live

They are still on the shy side until they get to know you, and will blossom in a quiet home with someone who appreciates how far they have come and what they have survived. Pele and Birch are around 8 months old now, and Elliot is older and wiser at a little over a year old. They are incredibly sweet, and we want to give them the best lives ever. <3

P.S. We are located near Vancouver, BC, but we do adopt out of the area if it would result in an exceptional home for our babies :)
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Sable's radiographs from two weeks ago, and from today. The biggest change is her new hourglass figure.... 😳

That's right, she's gained an impressive 2 pounds in 2 weeks. We're ok with it for now since she was underweight when she came in, and since we all know what a struggle it is to keep weight on cats with kidney disease as the disease progresses. Still, we will need to monitor and make sure she doesn't become perfectly round.

Unfortunately, her lungs don't show any improvement for her Upper Airway Disease yet, but it can take up to six weeks for a noticeable change. We may be adding a second puffer to her daily routine. Oral steroids are an option of last resort because of her kidneys.

New bloodwork has been sent to the lab, so we should have an idea about how her kidneys are responding to treatment in the next day or two.
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Whew - It’s been a festive week of enemas, fluids, meds, feeding, feral ferociousness and non-compliant kidneys/rectums.

In case you missed it, we brought in a new Happy Forest feral named Pansy. Pansy is just two years old, and has always been very fearful around humans. She started looking “off” at the feeding station, so we brought her in to see how we could help.

Preliminary test results indicate infection, dehydration and kidney issues. Rads showed she was constipated, and her colon felt like it was full of rocks. Fortunately, fluids, laxatives, antibiotics and enemas have things moving again, and the hard poop is now out (whew). She will be re-tested in about two weeks to see if her kidney function improves with treatment of her infection(s), parasites, proper diet, etc.

She is pretty scared but so far not at all aggressive, thank goodness. Today she started to relax a tiny bit, and even gave me some elevator butt and tiny purrs. :D

Her roommate is Sable, who we are treating for Upper Airway Disease and Kidney Disease. She will get re-tested on Wednesday to see if we're making progress.

Sable is now about 80% purring, drooling snugglemuffin and 20% spitting punching ferociousness, all mixed together. Luckily, she is tolerating her super invasive twice-daily breathing treatments (and her other meds) extremely well.
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#RectumWatch is back! :(

Sweetums had a relapse of his prolapse, so he's currently scheduled for a purse string procedure on Monday. We are in negotiations with his rectum trying to convince it it's in its best interest to return to its home planet (and STAY there) before then.

A purse string is a suture that is placed around the anus to hold the rectum inside. It's a bit tricky, because it needs to be big enough to let the poop out, but small enough to keep the rectum in. We're told Patty's situation is extremely unusual, so paws crossed Sweetums falls into the 'normal' category and we can get this fixed for him. 😬
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Stachy, taking his pill the easy way (thank goodness) the day after his massive dental surgery. He’s a little swollen, but feeling so much better and working on getting used to eating with his new mouth. ❤️

The easy way for giving him his pills is to break them up into smaller pieces and then put them into a #5 gelatin capsule, cover with pill paste, roll in temptation dust, cross our fingers and beg.

That only works sometimes, so our next option is to blanket him and compound the pills into a liquid and give orally with a syringe. Which has been extremely challenging, given the condition of his mouth. We are hoping once he heals he will be less protective of his mouth and meds will get easier for all of us. His difficulty with meds is the biggest obstacle we are currently facing in trying to find him a sunset foster home.
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BREAKING MEWS: We are SO SO thrilled to announce that Stashy was able to get his desperately-needed dental surgery today, and is doing well! Today’s surgery will make it possible for him to experience freedom from pain for the first time in a very long time.

15 decayed and abscessed teeth were removed. He should start to feel relief almost immediately.

Having his dental pain fixed will massively improve his quality of life. At a time in his life when every day counts, we are grateful beyond words to Dr. F and the team at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital for figuring out a way to get his surgery done today, instead of next week.

We are also extremely grateful to the amazing Gwen, who has invested her whole heart into the “tough love” part of rescuing very ill, very complicated ferals like Stashy. She makes sure he gets his morning meds and fluids as compassionately as possible, seven days a week — a task that is both incredibly hard on the heart, and physically challenging.

Our volunteer snugglers have also made an extraordinary difference in Stashy’s quality of life, making sure that every day he gets to experience hours of positive interaction with humans who don’t give him meds and only do nice things, like petting and feeding. He LOVES being petted, and has serious lap cat potential.

In case anyone missed his story, Stashy is a feral cat from our Happy Forest colony who we neutered back in 2015. He was never one of our “regulars” at our feeding station, so we hadn’t seen him around until he started showing up this fall. He was emaciated and very sick, so we trapped him and brought him in to see how we could help. He is terminally ill with advanced kidney disease (more advanced than Grandpa Mason), and our goal is to maximize his quality of life for as long as we can. <3

If you would like to donate toward his care, you may do so with our extreme gratitude at TinyKittens.com/donate <3
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Camilla's well-used uterus has officially been retired! HUGE thanks to Dr. F and the team at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital for doing a marathon day for Camilla (mama to the Muppet kittens), Stashy and Patty today. <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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Marcus' injured leg. That swelling is not his elbow joint, it is from an infected puncture wound. Hopefully it will be smaller by tomorrow... thank goodness for pain meds and antibiotics!

I was pretty surprised he let me pet him for so long - mostly because he is nervous and in a new environment, but there were moments where he relaxed and started to enjoy it. We are still planning to return him to his forest home once he is fully healed, since he has a long way to go socialization-wise, and since we don't have enough homes and he is very happy with his friends and family in the forest. <3
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So... this is what a tapeworm segment looks like. The segments break off from the end of the worm when the tapeworm reaches maturity inside the cat's intestine, and then the segment crawls out of the cat's bum. Once they're out, they crawl for a bit and then dry up and break open, releasing eggs.

Luckily, tapeworms require an intermediate host (like a flea) in order to re-infect, so the eggs in that segment aren't going anywhere. We treated fleas on Sunday, and bumped up her tapeworm treatment to today.
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UPDATE 6:13pm: Rectum is back IN! For now...

In other news, one of our new ~3 week old kittens also has a prolapsed rectum.

Well played, Universe.
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What's a #MiracleKitten to do when he has an itch he can't scratch?

P.S. Don't worry, I'm not hurting him, he's just VERY vocal about... everything. 🤣
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This is how Puffs lets me know when he wants something. Usually he wants to be lifted onto the table so he can mess up my typing, or to be let into his room and entertained. 😻

If I don't appease him quickly enough, he will hook both paws into my leg and start to pulll himself up. :D
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I did say MOSTLY good choices... ;)

(See prior post: www.facebook.com/tinytuxies/videos/1514954591953525/ )
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The #MiracleKitten made (mostly) good choices this evening to make sure Grandpa Mason and his kittens wasn't feeling lonely after his Muppets went to their forever homes. <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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Did the #MiracleGrinch’s heart grow three sizes? It’s a Christmas miracle. 😁

Because his love language is slow motion sneak attacks, usually accompanied by face-biting.
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Thank you so much to everyone who has expressed interest in the adorable chocolate lab puppies. We have officially closed applications for them and are working through the messages and emails that we received by Monday evening. Thank you for your patience as we work on responding to everyone that has emailed or called about these 8 chocolate lab puppies. We will be doing phone interviews in the coming week to find the very best fit and homes for these little ones.

Are you hoping for a little hint of puppy breath or to pet a squishy little fuzz ball? While they will already have their furever homes lined up, these little ones will be joining us at the Vancouver Giants game next week on January 31st and will be the hosts of their very own "kissing booth." Get your tickets to the game and help support LAPS at the kissing booth or by purchasing one of the adorable red cowbells made by the The Official Vancouver Giants Page and Milner Feed & Pet Supply!
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Breaking Mews! After 213 days at LAPS, Mr. Emmett has gone to his furever home! This boy is such a sweetie and became a staff and volunteer favourite very quickly. Emmett is super lucky to have such a wonderful home to go to now and we are so thankful for the #heroes that adopted this sweet boy. Hooray for Emmett!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Rosie update! Sweet Rosie had her surgery last week for her knees and it went great! This girl came to us as a stray and when we did our intake exam we knew she would need some extra special help. Rosie charmed the vet staff and had a successful surgery. Now LAPS Staff are working hard at keeping her comfortable with her medication, lots of cuddles, and helping her go to the bathroom. Even though her surgery is done, she will still have some extra costs to help care for her while she recovers. If you’d like do donate to help this 3 year old amazing Pomeranian/Eskimo Dog cross please donate at www.lapsbc.ca/donate
#saverosie
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I was looking for staffer Lneya today....found her in the grooming room with the adorable Cane and his Mama Beth.....I didn’t expect to find her in a kennel with them! Have a look at how LAPS staff blow dry the dogs in their care 💕 ##lapshavethebeststaffever ... See MoreSee Less

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Chocolate Lab Puppy update!!! Due to an overwhelming response to these eight adorable and adoptable pups, we are going to change our process a little and start with a quick emailed questionnaire instead of a phone interview.

If you are interested in adopting one of these puppies, please email us at: info@lapsbc.ca and let us know that you are interested in a puppy or call 604-857-5055 ext 208 and leave a message with your email address and we will send the questionnaire to you. We will be accepting names for the questionnaire until Monday, January 22nd. Once you have filled it out, please email it back to info@lapsbc.ca. Thank you so much to everyone who has expressed interest in them so far, and for your patience as we make our way through the messages.
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National Cupcake Day is almost a month away on February 26th! Click on the link to learn about the sweetest day of the year and bake a difference for the hundreds of lost,stray, and unwanted animals we will care for here at LAPS this year.

Host your own Cupcake Day at your work place and quickly become the office hero. Are you a local business looking to help support the animals in the area? A cupcake day party at your location is a great way to show your support and entice your clients with a sweet surprise that day.

www.lapsbc.ca/event-registration/?ee=207

These chocolate lab puppies are ready to see how sweet it is to 'Bake A Difference' at a National Cupcake Day party!

We are still accepting names of folks interested in these cuties until Monday, January 22nd. If you have left a message at 604-857-5055 ext 208, we will return it as soon as possible. If you are interested in a puppy, please leave a message with your name and email address or email us at info@lapsbc.ca. Thanks so much for your patience!
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So...this happened today!!! Did you know the Giants and Milner feeds teamed up to help do a fundraiser for LAPS on January 31st? Come to the game, and yes, you could even visit a puppy kissing booth! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are starting the process of finding homes for our adorable Chocolate Lab puppies! There are four boys and four girls in the litter that was born in our facility. If you would like to be considered for a puppy, please email us at info@lapsbc.ca or call us and leave a message with your email address at 604-857-5055 ext 208

Please leave only one message.
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A little lunch time slice of adorable for your day ❤ ❤ ❤

These 8 sweet chocolate lab puppies will be available for adoption very soon!!!!
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Sweet little Rosie is getting ready for her big surgery tomorrow. This lovely 3-year-old Pomeranian/Eskimo Dog mix came to us as a stray and we realized she has some very bad knees. This surgery is a big expense despite our incredible discount with our vet partners. Rosie is a super lucky girl because of some incredible donations toward her medical expenses have already come in, including heroes for animals David M. family, who donated $600 toward her surgery! Thank you so much for your generosity!

If you would also like to donate to Rosie's surgery, she would so appreciate it! Click to donate and select "Rosie's Special Medical Fund" to help this sweet girl www.lapsbc.ca/get-involved/donate/donate-now/
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Kitten #Update on Shanti from The Peace Litter! "It’s been a month since we rescued this little lady and it’s hard to remember what it was like before her! Max & Tessa have a bff and it’s beyond awesome to see!! Never had a cat this perfect of a fit, my house is full of silly craziness and I love it! Ps her tattoo in her ear literally is BFF then a few numbers but come on ...fate much!" ❤️👦🏼🐶🐱😘 #adoptdontshop #tortoiseshellcat

Thank Mew Rebecca and Max for such an amazing update on our Little Shanti! <3 <3
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<3 Furry-tail ending update! <3
Fostermom dreams DO come true!
I am overjoyed to report that precocious Plumette and her shy "sister" Winter have gone home together!
Poor little Winter did not react well to the realization she was being taken away, but I hope that she quickly understands she is now in her furever home where she will be loved and safe.
My heart is so full of gratitude that this wonderful family decided to give Winter a chance. I'm sure it won't take too long for her to show her family the sweet side of her personality that I got to know.
Hope you enjoy this short little 'farewell' video of the girls at play. Well, they were at play before I turned on the camera! lol
Good luck my sweet babies. I love you so much and I miss you both terribly. <3 <3
Thank You Thank You Thank You to their family for welcoming these two beautiful kittens into your home. (FM Rena)
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Introducing sweet little Max ❤️... Oh my!

Max was brought to LAPS from the same property as Grinchy and Seuss last month and although she started her life outside in the cold as a ferocious (ha!) feral kitten, she most certainly is warming up to a cozy life with hoomins.

I can’t believe how far she’s come already in just a few days. She loves to purr and snuggle and give kisses ❤️ but noise and movement frighten her so we’re working on that. She played with her first toy last night - so fun!

Once she’s feeling more confident and has had her spay she’ll be ready for her furever family ❤️.

Adoption information and applications can be found at the shelter or online at www.lapsbc.ca/adopt. Stay tuned for updates on this special baby ❤️.
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🦎Felicia & Fergus 🦖
So happy to have them both 💚💚
Thanks to LAPS Foster Kittens!
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My Christmas wish was answered and my special mama, Princess Fiona, was adopted today and has gone Home. I’m so happy for her and her furever family😊. Have a fantastic life sweetie ❤️. ... See MoreSee Less

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So excited for Mr. Emmett, who was adopted today after 213 days at Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS)!! Enjoy your new life buddy! <3 :-) ... See MoreSee Less

Breaking Mews! After 213 days at LAPS, Mr. Emmett has gone to his furever home! This boy is such a sweetie and became a staff and volunteer favourite very quickly. Emmett is super lucky to have such a...

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Happy mews Tuesday...Morgan was adopted today!! So happy for her and her new family!! :-)
In the meantime, we are closed. Stay tune for details when we reopen.
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Meet 7 year old Morgan, she is our new resident at the Adoption Centre. Come stop by to meet this long haired beauty.
We're open Mon-Fri, Sat 12-4pm and Sunday 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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Happy mews Sunday...Miss Glynis was adopted today!! So happy for her and her new family!! <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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Meet our new resident...5 year old Glynis. Come stop by to say hello to this gorgeous beauty.
We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm and Sunday 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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Happy mews Thursday...Houdini & Tom Cruise were adopted together tonight!! So happy for them & their new family!! TC was with LAPS for about 130 days so we are doing the happy dance tonight!! <3
In the meantime...we are closed till Saturday. :-)
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Happy New Year!! We are open again!! :-)

Elspeth & Tom Cruise are back, and 4 year old Houdini is joining them. Come stop by to meet these sweeties.
We're open Mon-Fri 6-8pm, Sat 12-4pm and Sunday 12-3pm located at the Abbotsford Petsmart.
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Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas & a safe and happy New Year!! 🎄🎁🎉

The Adoption Centre is closed until the New Year. Elspeth & Tom Cruise have been taken back to LAPS. Will keep you posted once we reopen in January.
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Skye practicing for the gymnastics floor competition.

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Star is flat out on her back...and then really stretches out...Kit just looks at her like Momma what are you doing haha....❤️❤️❤️❤️

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DAILY DOSE OF CASSAROO >^..^< <3 Photo from Shelly Roche Live Stream.

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Meowmy says we aren’t supposed to bug our sisters!!!!

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Emmy has a box. Or does she?

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There’s nothing like seeing these faces when I come home from a long day at work ♥️

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