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Below is an image of Bailey, the latest addition to the House of the Ginger Toms
Just wanted to share him with anyone who might be interested.
He was seven weeks old on Wednesday.
The others ( Rizzler, Foster, McKenzie & Kimber) are slowly accepting him as one of their own
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Looks so innocent now Adrian but I bet he won't be.
He's a cracker. We've had lots of ginger toms in our family over the years and they have all been gentle, sappy, big lumps. What's your experience with them been?
What a fab little kitty, He is going to make some great images with your help Adrian......
Love this image too......
Good luck from the " Black Moggie Crew " ......
Bramble says Hello Bailey.
The only ginger cat we had was a semi-feral from cat rescue. She was estimated to be about 8 months old when we got her. Eventually she became an excellent house cat, but was run over after we had her about a year.
Totally adorable. xxx
Gingers always seem to have an extra bit of personality.
Keep us posted as he grows ups, Adrian.
What a little sweetie. Ginger is my favourite cat colour and those eyes are gorgeous.
Very cute!!! Here's to many furballs and photos.
OH!! He is gorgeous!!
looks like you've joined a fine family
Lin and I have just 'melted' Adrian! Welcome Baily!
How can something so beautiful belong to someone so............... No won't go there!!!
Sorry Adrian couldn't resist - he really is adorable & it's so good to have a sparring partner again!! xx
I remember years and years ago my landlady at the time had lost her big ginger moggie. One day when I was leaving the building via the back I came across a very pissed off ginger cat shut in the back of the house. Turns out she thought it was her cat and had shut him in and he was not a happy bunny. I did tell her that she'd got the wrong cat and released him - hers never did turn up.
I had a problem then with ginger cats - I wore nothing but black back then and used to be permanently covered in flipping ginger hair - I used to get through a lot of sellotape back then.....
What a little cracker - takes me back to my Grandmother's house 65+ years ago where she had a great big ginger Tom (called, unimaginatively, "Ginger" )
He was great big fluffy lump who liked nothing better than a lap on which to be cuddled - whilst he dribbled all over you
Have fun with the new addiiton
Hi Bailey...Gidget our ginger wanted to say 'Hello'...she is not a tom!
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