Wednesday, February 14, 2018

The Kiss

Today we're sending you our extra special favorite Valentines Card. 

We do use this card in other years because we love it so much and can't find one we like better. 

We tell you how the Kiss happened below!



The story behind "The Kiss"  

We had just gotten back from our first vet visit. I'm not brave like Peaches so I was terrified.  I thought they were going to send us back to the shelter with the cement floor, like the last time we had a car trip. it turned out fine and we got to return to our new Connecticut home with the sunny windows. But it took me a while to realize that. Peaches my sisfur was comforting me after we got home because I was so rattled. I don't get a great kiss from her very often so I really appurrrreciated it. Thanks, Sis!  

Wishing you and your loved ones, furrrballs and human, many hugs, kisses & love for Valentines Day.

-- Paprika the cat

16 comments:

  1. Cutest kiss ever! Happy Valentine's Day to you all!

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  2. Adorable! Happy Valentine's Day, sweeties!

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  3. That's so cute! Happy Valentine's Day to you all!

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  4. The card companies could sell your cards fur sure! They couldn't keep enough of them on the shelves! I luv it! Happy Valentine's Day! -Valentine (& Mom) of Noir Kitty Mews

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  5. So cute!

    Happy Valentine's!
    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  6. You two are so sweet! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  7. This is so incredibly sweet!!! Hope your Valentine's Day has been purrfect!!!

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  8. You are such sweeties. Happy Valentine's Day ! XO

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  9. My gosh, I can see why you love that card. It's BEAUTIFUL! Happy Valentine's Day, my friends. purrs

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  10. Catabulous card! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  11. That is a precious picture! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  12. Happy (belated) Valentine's Day ! Purrs

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  13. Paprika oleoresin online is an extract from the fruits of Capsicum annuum and is primarily used as a colouring agent in food products.Paprika contains capsaicin which is helpful in lowering blood pressure

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