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Cinder Kitten pet for World of Warcraft now available


9:30 PM on 12.05.2012
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As a follow-up to us telling you about the painfully cute Cinder Kitten pet for World of Warcraft, the happy little companion is now available for purchase. Should you feel compelled to adopt, head on over to the Blizzard store.

While buyer's remorse tends to eventually kick in whenever I buy digital items such as this, at least here, your $10 goes to the American Red Cross for its relief efforts -- assuming you make the purchase this month. Last time, I asked if there was anything kittens couldn't do, and reader bill doors dropped some knowledge about newborns' inability to poop unassisted. Disgusting and factual. You guys are pretty great.

[Thanks, Rammstein]






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