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Re: Tee, hee, hee.
It also seems to us that you can meow quietly, because you don't have any brofurs or sisfurs to compete with. You get all the attention from your mom by default. You are a wise kitty to choose to be an only kitty. We would have gone that route, except the two of us were crazily in love with each other. We don't know why. We just were, and we still are. That's inconvenient, but nice. We have to share our new mom, but otherwise, life is good. We can give each other kisses and everything.
Glowie D. Skunk and Baster McChew-La
Iím very quiet too and thatís unusual for a fur who is part Meezer, because
Meezers are usually loud.
Of course being an only cat makes it easier for mom to know whoís mewing.
Hekko. Howareyouwearefinethankyouandyou. And you? Except we think our new mom is learning which of us makes which meow sounds. Our new mom has a suspicion. She thinks I (Bagster) vocalizes once in a great, great while. I have a high and squeaky voice. But, if she hears meowing, she thinks it's probably me. She heard squeaky meowing this morning, and no fur was with her, and she thinks that was probably me. On the other paw, I (Glowie) practically never talk. So, if my new mom hears a squeaky meow, it's most likely not me. If I need to say something, I say it to her face. That is what our new mom thinks, so far, but she may change her mind as she gets to know us better. For now, she only has her suspicions and her guesses. She's not terribly bright, is she? What a shame, because when we chose her, we were sort of trying to pick out a smart human. We feel like failure.
Glowie D. Skunk and Bagster McChew-La