Latest Aria Pics

I'm neck-deep in term paper and thesis right now, but I do have some good new pics of my little fuzzball.

I think she's a keeper.

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Hope said...

It looks like you're also knee deep in a beautiful kitty, complete with the fluffiest of bellies.
Miss Aria is absolutely a keeper!! She's purrrrrfect!!

Libby said...


I'm too allergic to have pets of my own, so I must live vicariously through others' animals. She's totally adorable. :)

Sarah said...

AWWWWWW hi baby!!!!

Anonymous said...

She is so beautiful! I read your blog a couple of times a week and am always thrilled when you post pictures of your cat. I have a cat too- I acquired it through marriage- and it is of a different hue, but I have always adored tabbys and calicos (and I must say, yours looks a bit of both?)

carrie said...


She's a torby (tortie and tabby). She has this adorable orange furry highlights on her sides and the best fluffy belly. :)

Tracey said...

Too damn cute to boot! She's such a "natural" posing with the umbrella-- better get her an agent. ;)


carrie said...

Yeah, but if AN is genetic, I don't know I want her in a high risk profession. Though getting her to take fish oil supplements should be a snap!

Rachel said...

Awww! Too cute. I love kitties :) We have five furbabies.

carrie said...


I'd love another kitty but Aria is a shall we say...territorial. She says hi to your little fuzzballs, though. She likes to sit on my desk while I write.

elizabeth said...

soooooooooo cute!

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