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Kitten more than doubled in size in a month

Gabrielle Dooha-ChambersGabrielle Dooha-Chambers Bay AreaMember Posts: 4
edited 14 June, 2009 in Kitten Corner
Every time mommy and daddy take me to get a shot, the people working at the Humane Society can't believe I'm only three months old! I'm a mixed breed of your basic domestic short hair and a Maine Coon, and everyone tells me I'm going to be huge! Though mommy can't include a picture, she says that when I stretch I'm nearly longer than a standard bed pillow. It was only a month ago that I could easily fit in one of her hands... Is this typical for a 3 month old kitten or due to my Viking of the cat world heritage?? :-k

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