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S* Restless Agent Smith

S*Restless Agent Smith

Black silver mackerel tabby with white,
NFO ns 09 23, male neuter
Pedigree

Owner: a family in Onsala

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Agent Smith one year old. Smirre has turned into a beautiful male, looking just like his mother (but very strongly built)!
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Agent Smith one year old.

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Agent Smith six months old. He still has his cosy, cuddly temper. I laid him over my shoulders and he stayed there, purring as always.
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Agent Smith six months old. Guess if we were positively surprised when we visited Smirre at his new home and found this large, heavily-boned young male!

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Agent Smith six months old. He has a somewhat different look than his brothers and sisters, but he has nonetheless developed really nicely.

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Agent Smith nine weeks old. This cute boy still likes to cuddle up in our knee or on our feet. Since he has grown a lot lately, matching the weight of his siblings, he has become a rascal, fighting the others more frequently.
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Agent Smith eleven weeks old. He just sooo cute! This is one of those kittens that you just have to love. Agent Smith often sleeps in our laps and he still has the habit of sitting on our feet.

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Agent Smith five weeks old.
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Agent Smith seven weeks old.

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Agent Smith three weeks old.
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Agent Smith five weeks old. He has a beautiful look, with really nice big ears and a nice ear setting. Smith is developing slower than the others, but nicely.

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A profile shot of Agent Smith one day old. The last one being born and the heaviest - 110g. His first mission was not to search for food, but when he got hungry he easily found his way. He looked really cute with his silver coat and white paws.
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Agent Smith three weeks old. He has grown a bit strangely - he has a large head to a small body. He looks extremely cute, being smaller than his siblings.