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Foster kitten gives mom biggest smile during photoshoot, and the internet is in love

November 5th, 2019

On the internet, the most spectacular, exciting, funny or just downright adorable things tend to go massively viral. This is definitely a case of the latter!

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Lauren Boutz Source: Lauren Boutz

Meet Blossom, an adorable rescued kitten who is now currently living with her foster mom Lauren Boutz. Blossom lives there with her two loving and affectionate siblings, Bubbles, and Buttercup. However, Blossom is definitely the most popular one of the three and can now even be called an internet sensation.

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Lauren Boutz Source: Lauren Boutz

Foster mom Lauren decided to share a couple of adorable pictures of her three new young foster kitties – but she certainly didn’t expect the pictures to blow up on the internet.

The reason why they were seen by hundreds of thousands and went viral? Blossom’s immensely adorable smile. And you certainly don’t have to take our word for it, just take a look at this amazing and cute cat yourself as she smiles for the camera. The 41-year-old woman couldn’t believe it when she saw her smiling for the first time.

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Lauren Boutz Source: Lauren Boutz

“Blossom smiling for the camera 😍,” she posted on Facebook.

“I foster kittens for the City of Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department. These are my Powerpurr Girls: Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. They’re about 5 weeks old now #FosteringSavesLives #AdoptDontShop #OneAlbuquerque.”

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Lauren Boutz Source: Lauren Boutz

The close-up pictures of Blossom are absolutely adorable, and you can’t help but just stare at this beautiful kitten’s eyes. And it certainly looks like the furry four-footer enjoys the attention, as she’s more than willing to strike a pose and take dozens of pictures for all of her fans on the internet.

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Lauren Boutz Source: Lauren Boutz

Lauren’s friend Gary Sanchez provided the world with additional close-up pics, simply because the internet can’t get enough of Blossom and rightfully so. With over 200,000 shares on Facebook and countless of likes on the social media platform and Instagram, Blossom is one of the most famous kittens on the internet. On Twitter, one of the pictures even amassed an amount of over a million likes.

About one week after the original pictures went viral, Lauren posted a small update on Blossom, along with a couple of adorable new pictures, of course.

“I told Blossom that she’s famous now. #FosteringSavesLives #AdoptDontShop”

I told Blossom that she’s famous now. #FosteringSavesLives #AdoptDontShop #OneAlbuquerque

Posted by Lauren Boutz onSaturday, October 26, 2019

Look at that mesmerizing little smile! The comments sections underneath Blossom’s picture are always full of love, support and include countless of heart-eyed emoji’s.

“She REALLY looks happy. So adorable,” one of the commenters wrote.

“Omg if that precious smile doesn’t make you fuzzy warm then I don’t know what does.”

“All of a sudden the world is perfect.”

“From grumpy cat to the smiling cat, they sure have come a long way,” another user jokes about famous internet cats.

“I hope you know how many people have fallen in love with Blossom. Me included. This is now my happy place. Keep up the good work, u lucky devil!”

According to the Daily Mail, Lauren regularly takes in rescued animals as a foster mom until they can find a forever home. She works with the City of Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department and calls her three new foster kittens the ‘Powerpurr’ girls.

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Lauren Boutz Source: Lauren Boutz

Blossom has become an online sensation and the feline now has a pretty large following on Instagram with thousands of followers. People can always stay up to date on Blossom’s adventures over there, and there’s a whole lot more adorable footage to discover.

It’s hard not to fall in love with this amazing kitten!

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Blossom smiling for the camera 😍 edit: I foster kittens for the City of Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department. These…

Posted by Lauren Boutz onThursday, October 24, 2019

Source: Lauren Boutz, biochem_kitten

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