- n. Plural form of kitten.
“He could save kittens from a tree or babies from a burning building and you'd still find something to complain about.”
“January 8, 2009 12: 49 PM awww one of your kittens is called smallville ...”
“I really planned to write something brilliant for the blog tour today but having been sick all day and also busy rescuing kittens from a would-be mamma cat who lost her own, I'm really not up to it.”
“It's blog tour time again and I must take time out from rescuing kittens from a kidnapping mamma cat, and agonizing over the All My Children murder, and mention Tuck, the final installment in author Stephen Lawhead's King Raven Trilogy.”
“Had Mr. Wallis written in English and thus caused the distinction to become more widely known, the writer Christopher Morley might not have said the following: "I call my kittens Shall and Will because no one can tell them apart.”
“So dousing cold water on baby pigs and kittens is funny???”
“When we adopted two kittens a few years ago, we were called the kittens' "forever home" by the adoption agency.”
“One of the white kittens is definitely a runtie - especially noticeable when compared to huge big brother ginger kitten (who was last born interestingly).”
“The title, and the girls calling themselves the "sex kittens", is the edgiest thing about the book and done by them in innocence.”
“The trouble with being nice people who take in boxes of kittens is ... well, people tend to dump boxes of kittens on you.”
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