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Caption Kitty picks winners!

Oh, now I see; you just needed a cute kid to truly inspire you. Excellent job one and all, but here are the ones that rose to the top!
 
                                                                                    
Any Ozzy reference works for me.
 
CC "farmgirl" M.
Bats are so overdone, Ozzy can watch n learn!
 
I think Mandi has siblings…
 
Mandi Pennington
"Betcha $5 I can fit this whole thing in my mouth
 
A new product idea!
MKiff
Introducing our new Furry Kitty Teether by Casbro. May cause some side affects.
 
The next three were very amusing!
Stephen Lee Rich
It has a strong, robust flavor with just a hint of catnip.
 
Dana G.
Maybe now they'll listen to me when I tell them I'm ready for solid foods...
 
Julie
Remember when Grandma said to me, "You're so cute I could just eat you up!"?
 
And this week we have 2 winners, since I couldn’t decide between them.
 
John C.
Since I can't have a Twinkie, this will have to do.
 
Kraig
"Kitty" would expend all nine lives in her first three years with young Tabitha.
 
Both John and Kraig win their choice from the CD closet!
No contest next week, so have a safe Thanksgiving.


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