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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Training Thursday

I have been taking my training for the Cat-O-Lympics
very seriously.  I want to be limber for some of my
more fancier moves as these are dangerous to do
if I do not practice. These moves are not for any
little kittens as it took years to master.
Right now I am working on what I will do
for the floor exercises that Madi is hosting.
I am practicing my rolling with body parts in
all different directions.
As my practice goes I have managed an almost complete
180 with paws and head in opposite directions as a
part of the freestyle division of competition. 


  1. You have been practicing hard, Willow. That is goin to be sum stiff competition!

  2. Wow, practice sure does make perfect :)xx

  3. OMC WILLOW YOU ARE A MOST AGILE FRIEND. I think I better put out a PSA to all of the competitors to tell them Willow is in training and they best bring their A game.

    You are a floor exercise expert I give you a 10.

    Hugs Your BFFF

  4. You are putting us to shame Willow and we may need to start
    limbering up too.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  5. You are doing a great job training, Willow. You're gonna be tough to beat.

  6. Very impressive! Don't strain anything!!!

  7. Whoa, I had better not enter any of the events you are, with that kind of devoted training, you are a sure fire winner!

  8. That's a lot of work you're putting in to just the preparation! You're definitely going for the Gold!

  9. I am SO impressed! Admiral's furriend and fellow #TLOA is gonna win!

  10. Oh Willow, those floor exercises are just terrific. We just know you will win a gold medal. We really like that. Now you just keep practicing. Take care.

  11. Darling! They may just as well award you the GOLD right now as no kitty could possibly improve on those moves!

  12. Willow, your moves are amazing! We are IMPRESSED!

  13. Your floor routine is amazing! I bet, if you got the gold, you'd probably be able to teach other young kittehs and puppehs how to do it properly!

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,