Kitten Has Message Of Love Written In Its Fur

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  1. Kitten's fur spells out message of love

    A California family says the unusual markings on one of their kittens, proves the kitty's love for its mother.

    Take a close look at the side of the cat -- on its fur you can see the message "I Love Dot." Actually, it's "I (heart) (dot)" but it reads like "I Love Dot."

    The family says the name of the kitten's mother is Dottie and the message of love is clearly for her.

    The unique kitten was born on Sunday in Sacramento and was one of a litter of six.

  2. Aww, it looks so cute!
    I hope they didn't paint on or otherwise dye the fur
  3. yea. i mean the shape seems so fine, doesnt look like work of mother nature. LOL
  4. Cute!
  5. so cute!
  6. i wan thta kittie...:love:
  7. the question is who is Dot! ;)
  8. The kitten's mother's name is Dottie.
  9. What an adorable story!

  10. lol I got overexcited with the pic and didnt read properly...seems a little bit too coincidental to me though :upsidedown:
  11. So cute! Hopefully its not painted on!
  12. omg! this is so cool... i saw something like this in the news last year about a little puppy in japan who had a perfect heart naturally in his fur! here's some pictures... soo cute! :love:


  13. Awww, too cute!:love:
  14. Oh god... that is so CUTE..:love::love: wonder what happen to the doggy now:confused1:
  15. How funny...the rescue agency that I got my cat just sent out this fwd about the puppy too. This is what they said:

    A PUPPY has been born in Japan with a large,
    clear, love-heart-shaped pattern in his coat.
    The Chihuahua was born in May as one of a litter to a breeder.
    Shop owner Emiko Sakurada said it was the first time a
    puppy with the marks had been born out of a thousand she had bred.
    She had no plans to sell the puppy, which has been named 'Heart-kun'.
    The long-coated male Chihuahua puppy was born in Odate, northern Japan

    So I assume the dog is still with the store owner?