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FItting in, Knitting In

05 Feb

1-legged plesiosaurDmitri is getting knit into the family now.  I wanted to take a picture of my plesiosaur now that he has a little shape and Dmitri decided that it either needed to be played with or posed with.  He was doing a little worse for a while, when he refused to eat anything with potassium in it (and he was offered nothing without it), but now he’s on a once-a-day 1/4 tsp dose, and we only put it in really wonderful things such as clam juice, salmon juice, or chicken broth.  He turns it down, but when left alone in a room with it, he eats it.

Dmitri and Nora can share a people bed, especially if the sun is shining on it.  Commie is still disgruntled about him being anywhere.  And Snuggle projected such an air of her omega-cat-ness (as opposed to alpha) that he chased her, even though he can’t run yet.

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Posted by on February 5, 2012 in Home cats

 

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3 responses to “FItting in, Knitting In

  1. Nicole D.C. Wallace

    February 5, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Very cute! I haven’t managed to knit 3-D things yet. I’m still stuck on scarves and gloves. I tried to make a bunny one time, and Andrew was really confused.

     
    • yetmorefosterkittens

      February 5, 2012 at 4:59 pm

      It’s from a pattern book, “Amigurumi Knits”. I’ve done 2 garlics and am changing the loch ness monster into the plesiosaur.

       
  2. Rayya

    February 17, 2012 at 2:49 am

    Dmitri obviously likes his new toy :-). Keep up the great innovative tactics of getting his potassium into him. Patience is a virtue with our beautiful felines.

     

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