Does anyone want to share photos of their Windstone dressed up for Halloween

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  • #1583926
    drag0nfeathers
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    Posting this thread on behalf of Suzanne-Marie

    Does anyone want to share photos of their Windstone treasures dressed up for Halloween 🎃

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    #1583947
    Suzanne-Marie
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    Thank you Drag0nfeathers for posting this thread.
    I plan to; anyone else ??

    #1583989
    Bodine
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    Here’s mine!! lol my pack will not tolerate clothes😆
    HAPPY HALLOWEEN👻💀🧙🌕🦇

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    Liberty last year but she refused to wear a puff-puff outfit😆

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    #1583992
    Bodine
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    Sorry,wrong thread 🙃

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    The little things,act by act,deed by deed,it means something.

    #1584122
    Kim
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    I have small sculpts mostly and nothing to dress them in but it would be cool to see if you dress yours up.

    Looking for rainbow or pink & teal grab bags!

    #1584881
    pipsxlch
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    Here’s my measley contribution, this witch’s hat is the only thing I have sized for a Windstone.

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    #1584886
    Suzanne-Marie
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    Aww Pip that’s lovely !!

    #1584898
    sherry10151982
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    Awe Pip!! Super cute!! Love the white pumpkin with the kitty on it!!

    #1584899
    sherry10151982
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    Or is it a wolf? Anyway it’s really cute!!

    #1584961
    pipsxlch
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    It’s a cat, a commissioned portrait pumpkin of my daughter’s cat Feet. The real cat is rather off, the vet says she’s some sort of trisomy. Her eyes are more than derpy, her head is small and belly large, really weird markings and she’s not all there or even mostly there. She is sweet though and loved.

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    urghh sorry pic was taken at my mom’s house and she’s no housekeeper, gets mad if you go over and try too

    #1584963
    drag0nfeathers
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    Did I read right? The kitty’s name is “Feet”

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    ***SEEKING GRAILS***
    Tie Dye Hatching Royalty
    Zebra Cuttlefish Male Griffin and Kirins
    Caribbean Sitting Spectral
    Siphlophis Male Dragon
    Arc-en-ciel Emperor
    Emerald Tabby Male Griffin
    Betta Sun and Male Dragon
    Barn Swallow, Dreamscape, Orion, Poison Dart, and Fireberry Dragons
    Rainbow Grab Bag Cougars, Oris, and Unis

    #1584964
    sherry10151982
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    Poor kitty!!!! How does she act? I’m very interested in this. Can you show more pictures of her? She’s really cute!!!

    #1584973
    pipsxlch
    Participant

    Thanks for the complements! And yes, her name is Feet; I think it started as a slurred ‘Sweets’. Her feet at least are normal lol.

    Sherry, I wasn’t there at the appointment where Feet was diagnosed as some sort of trisomy; I don’t know what the criteria the vet used for diagnosis besides the gross physical presentation. I do know no genetic tests were run. I was told she based it on Feet’s apparent mental retardation, malformed eyes (her pupils are starred and she’s slightly walleyed), small head and short tail, weird color pattern, and obesity. She is sweet- more so as an adult than as a kitten. She is sluggish so the obesity isn’t surprising. She is rather singularly incurious and has a very hard time figuring things out- when she even tries. Really, she does give the impression of going through life in a fog. My daughter brought her home as a foundling from the school grounds when she was about 3 weeks old. She said there were a few other kittens, all solid black (most common feral color here).

    She’s living with my daughter at college now, I can ask her to send me more pics. I don’t have any others on my computer.

    #1584974
    drag0nfeathers
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    She almost looks like one of those cats I have seen photos of with Vitiligo, thought that is only a pigmentation of the skin and fur. The little white splashing in her coat remind me very much of that condition.

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    ***SEEKING GRAILS***
    Tie Dye Hatching Royalty
    Zebra Cuttlefish Male Griffin and Kirins
    Caribbean Sitting Spectral
    Siphlophis Male Dragon
    Arc-en-ciel Emperor
    Emerald Tabby Male Griffin
    Betta Sun and Male Dragon
    Barn Swallow, Dreamscape, Orion, Poison Dart, and Fireberry Dragons
    Rainbow Grab Bag Cougars, Oris, and Unis

    #1584975
    pipsxlch
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    It really does look like vitiligo. The only difference I can think of is most vitiligo I’ve seen has been nonexistent or less apparent in the young, developing as the ‘victim’ matures and ages. She’s been like this since at least 3 weeks.

    My daughter just sent me some pics, but I will move it to Show Your Cats in Community to not hijack this thread further. Anyone else have a Halloween setup with Windstones to show? *puppy dog eyes*

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