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Curiosity Killed the Cat: 7 Kitties That Are a Tad Too Curious

Last October my family and I adopted three adorable kittens into our family. It was love at first sight. It didn’t take long before the saying, curiosity killed the cat, also started to make a whole lot of sense. They were knocking down planters, racing up and down the stairs, and don’t even get me started on the craft room. It’s too hard to be mad though when you see a tiny kitten face peeking out of colorful yarn. These seven kittens are all about putting their noses where they don’t belong, and looking too cute at the same time.

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  • Kitty Sandwich 2 of 8
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    Nobody likes the crust, even kittens. 

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  • Washing the Cat 3 of 8
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    Instead of giving her a bath, just toss her in with the laundry. Kidding.

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  • Drink Up, Kitty 4 of 8
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    This is just a cruel joke on a poor, thirsty kitty. 

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  • Gardening with Kittens 5 of 8
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    When kitty helps you garden. 

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  • Kitty on the Pot 6 of 8
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    I think this kitten might just give potty training a try. 

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  • What’s for Dinner? 7 of 8
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    This could all end terribly.

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  • Snowy Paws 8 of 8
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    She just had to dig herself right into that powdery fresh snow. 

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Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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