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17/2/2013

Hallo.
Just a quick set before I go to my Nan's house.
She's got a new kitten; since her old cat died :( .
Her old cat was called Trix (he's a boy)
The new kitten is called Trixie.. (A girl obviously xD)
She's adorable.. and we're off to go.... 

Once my mom comes back from the shops, so yeah.

HOLIDAYS! WOOT! WOOT!

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