Kolohe the Seal Point Siamese and Her Bedtime buddy

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Kolohe is a Hawaiian name which means “Devilish” and she does lives up to it. Kolohe is a Seal Point Siamese, born in 2010 along with her three brother’s on the Island of O’ahu. They were all very cute, but this little lady crawled up into my lap and started to purr. I knew she was the perfect addition to our already growing family of Max and Pixie, both older cats that needed a younger one to keep them from getting lazy. Her favorite part of the day is in the evening when I do Lomi Lomi up {Hawaiian massage} and down her spine. She is the princess in the family and knows it.  Thanks to Eva Larson for this great picture!

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