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Old 09-17-2011, 12:05 AM   #101
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Do you know how far I can launch a cat, that's at the end of the bed, about to spew on my bedspread? From a sound sleep?
LOL! The hubby and I have done the same. It's a good thing they're tough little buggers. With all the times he's been tossed, all the times he's fallen or missed a jump or slid into a wall while running, all the times he's pounced and run head first into something or pulled stuff down on top of himself, it's a wonder he's survived the past seven or eight years since he was born.

I still remember coming home from work and finding the hubby standing in the living room with the land lord who was holding a little grey fluff ball. "Hey twirp, you want him?" Uh, duh, yeah! He was little and fluffy and cute, of course I wanted him. So much I was even able to forgive the hubby for calling me twirp.
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Old 09-17-2011, 12:13 AM   #102
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Oh yeah, Latté was supposed to be a little boy, Himalayan...I wasn't crazy about her...then she turned out to be a Siamese little girl...so darn cute!

I'll be puppy sitting next weekend again...
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Old 09-17-2011, 12:27 AM   #103
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Oh yeah, Latté was supposed to be a little boy, Himalayan...I wasn't crazy about her...then she turned out to be a Siamese little girl...so darn cute!

I'll be puppy sitting next weekend again...
All right! Can't wait to see Patron modeling his new wardrobe!
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Old 09-17-2011, 12:30 AM   #104
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All right! Can't wait to see Patron modeling his new wardrobe!
He keeps walking out of his clothes, they are XS and still too big...we did get the hoodie to stay on for a couple of minutes.
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Old 09-17-2011, 12:37 AM   #105
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He keeps walking out of his clothes, they are XS and still too big...we did get the hoodie to stay on for a couple of minutes.
I see that. Send them to Babe for alterations? Barbie Doll clothes?
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Old 09-17-2011, 12:42 AM   #106
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I see that. Send them to Babe for alterations? Barbie Doll clothes?
I was thinking about some wool socks of different colors. Cut to fit.
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The latest is that a group of us who get together on Friday nights were out and my friend missed a step and fell, twisting, maybe spraining, her ankle. My husband took her car home while another friend and I got her home and we all settled her on her couch. HOWEVER, when I unlocked her door, her eldest cat dodged between my legs and out. I managed to get the door closed before her two new kittens got out. We got her settled in for the night. But couldn't find her cat to get him in for the night. I emailed her neighbors to be on the lookout. I doubt he'd go too far, and he's not a human-friendly cat. I'm pissed that I wasn't better prepared when I opened her door, but was more concerned to get her into the house and safe. Ouch. I just emailed everyone who lives near her and told them to keep a lookout.
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Old 09-26-2011, 02:58 PM   #108
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Have you animal-friendly folk ever seen a Double-Nosed Andean Tiger Hound? Try Googling that for photos. They're cool.
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Old 09-26-2011, 11:00 PM   #109
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Strange...
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And so unfair - little Patron is so tiny, he probably only got half a nose.
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