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They always find a way to get into the weirdest spots.




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On Sun, 26 Aug 2007 18:27:02 -0700, "K Barrett"
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They always find a way to get into the weirdest spots.


Looks more cat sized than weird to me. Just about right to set up an
ambush. Are you the ambushee?
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Hound? I'd be surprised if yon feline is still speaking to you (except at
dinner time!) You see something like that and you just want to pick them up &
cuddle them. But try it from there & the legs would all be out straight, claws
out too, & books all over the floor!

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Opposite of a 'Book on Catts' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ kathunk!
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Ha! Good one!

K

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She doesn't ambush me. He usually gives me a slight nudge with a paw as I
pass, but only if he's hungry..... hmmmm....maybe I should watch my back!

I'm not sure how we started calling them 'the hounds' as in "Release the
hounds!" They pile up next to the door when we go to let them out, and they
bound free like little electrons, boiiingggg!

Here they are in repose, Sweets and Telly.

K

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They always find a way to get into the weirdest spots.


Looks more cat sized than weird to me. Just about right to set up an
ambush. Are you the ambushee?
SuE
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They're priceless. Casper is the most loving cat I've ever known, but if he
is perched up high anything can happen.

Diana

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Ha! Good one!

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Lovely! Of course, I'm a feline convert from way back.
I must remember to listen carefully next time I see an electron ;-)

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She doesn't ambush me. He usually gives me a slight nudge with a paw as I
pass, but only if he's hungry..... hmmmm....maybe I should watch my back!

I'm not sure how we started calling them 'the hounds' as in "Release the
hounds!" They pile up next to the door when we go to let them out, and they
bound free like little electrons, boiiingggg!

Here they are in repose, Sweets and Telly.

K

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They always find a way to get into the weirdest spots.


Looks more cat sized than weird to me. Just about right to set up an
ambush. Are you the ambushee?
SuE
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On Mon, 27 Aug 2007 08:12:33 -0700, "K Barrett"
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She doesn't ambush me. He usually gives me a slight nudge with a paw as I
pass, but only if he's hungry..... hmmmm....maybe I should watch my back!

I'm not sure how we started calling them 'the hounds' as in "Release the
hounds!" They pile up next to the door when we go to let them out, and they
bound free like little electrons, boiiingggg!

Here they are in repose, Sweets and Telly.

K


Our gray female is darker than that and all over gray. Our male is
solid black. The twins are now 2 and started chewing on each other
once in a while. It used to be all kitten wrestling; now about once a
week it is King of the Mountain. He attacks, but she is Still Queen
of this Castle. Neither goes out.
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I *told* you we were converts from way back, Kathy.

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Lovely! Of course, I'm a feline convert from way back.
I must remember to listen carefully next time I see an electron ;-)

On Mon, 27 Aug 2007 08:12:33 -0700, "K Barrett" wrote:

She doesn't ambush me. He usually gives me a slight nudge with a paw as I
pass, but only if he's hungry..... hmmmm....maybe I should watch my back!

I'm not sure how we started calling them 'the hounds' as in "Release the
hounds!" They pile up next to the door when we go to let them out, and they
bound free like little electrons, boiiingggg!

Here they are in repose, Sweets and Telly.

K

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They always find a way to get into the weirdest spots.


Looks more cat sized than weird to me. Just about right to set up an
ambush. Are you the ambushee?
SuE
http://orchids.legolas.org/gallery/main.php


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I see the derivation for the ying&yang symbols in them! Sweeties!

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