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Now - one more important topic. MY CAT DOES NOT HAVE HAIR LOSS!!!!
Look. I got those kittens when they were four weeks old when Satan threw them out on the side of the road. At that point, they didn't have very much fur. Almost none on their bellies. Did YOU have fur on your belly when you were four weeks old?? I don't think so. Whether you do now or not is your business. (heh heh)
Since then they both grew a nice coat of extremely short hair. Maddies sort of feels like rabbit fur, and Splotchy's is very smooth like he is a little horse.
However, when I took Maddie Bat to the vet for little bites on her ears (Dang it Splotch!!) the vet tech said - "Oh - are you talking about that hair loss?" I almost bit that woman!! So I giggled when I read the mohawk comment the other day because I knew exactly what you guys were talking about!
She just has very white skin and black fur. All kitties have thin hair in front of their ears. She's very vain, and so no, she doesn't have a mohawk, (although, now I'm sorta tempted to give them both one. That would be adorable!!) she's not balding, she is a supremely beautiful little creature and would like for everyone to admit she is cat beauty pageant material!!
Can you IMAGINE a cat pageant?? All of them rolling all over the stage chewing their bikinis off?? HA! Can someone get that going?
Back to glitter baby. First, you need to take your baby (this is my Doodle Factory baby) and cover her blankie with glue. Now I think toothpicks are disgusting. Except the kind that we used to dip in cinnamon oil when I was a kid. FLASHBACK! Anyway, someone brought a box of those gross plastic toothpicks to a party like 10 years ago and I've never known what to do with them until I needed to glitter my baby. You can push the glue around really precisely with these.
Then, sprinkle your pink Stampin' Up! chunky glitter on the baby and let her sleep for a bit!
While you're doing that, use your Big Shot Matchbox die to make a matchbox out of Pink Pirouette DSP and Chocolate Chip cardstock. Stamp the Oh Baby! greeting in Chocolate Chip on Pirouette Pink and punch it out with your 1.75" punch. Tie your Chocolate Chip grograin ribbon around the box and attach the little glittery baby medallion with dimensionals. Eat two mini Twix leftover from Easter. Put two in the matchbox.
Take a picture.
Eat the Twix. :)
Wouldn't that be a cute gift for someone having twins???
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