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Old 06-05-2007, 07:05 PM   #136
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If anyone has the Game Show Network, the CFA cat show competition will be on at 8 p.m. EST.

They always show dog shows on tv, it's nice the cats are getting some time .
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Old 06-07-2007, 11:51 AM   #137
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my cat is a very lazy thing!
and yes that little black thing in the right back is my keyboard!
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Old 06-07-2007, 11:55 AM   #138
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Everyone's babies are so cute!

I have no new Mia pics, as I've been busy lately, but she's been perching herself on the windowsills with the nicer weather and soaking up the sun. I feel bad though, since I'm almost never home anymore, and when I am I'm studying.
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Old 06-07-2007, 05:43 PM   #139
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There's a kitty who lives under my landlords' porch and in the bushes outside our house. They don't like cats, so they don't pay any attention to him, but I like to peek in and see him. He always runs away if I get too close, but I don't try to touch him, and he was purring today when I talked to him. He's so skinny

I left a little bowl of food near the bushes this afternoon when I knew he was out there. When I went out an hour later, the food was all gone and the bowl was tipped upside down. I can't possibly have another kitty, but if nothing else, he'll get comfortable enough with me that I can take him to the shelter where I got Jack by the time winter comes.
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Old 06-07-2007, 06:03 PM   #140
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That's sad. Maybe he's lost or was dumped. It could take a long time, but I bet you could gain his trust. Just leave the food and sit close by but dont make sudden movements. Let him get comforable with your presence and then after some time try to get him to eat out of your hand. That's how it all started with my Patches. And she was 100% feral. Now she is the most loving, affectionate cat I've ever known.
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About two weeks ago, my cousin's son found a tiny, tiny kitten outside his house in Virginia. She's provided updates on "Sir Simon, the Orange", including pictures and short videos. If anyone is interested, it will make you say, "Awwwwwww . . . ."

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=44

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=45

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=46

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That is really cool. I love the quote he used on the first page:

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That is really cool. I love the quote he used on the first page:




that quote. sums everything up so eloquently!!!!!
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About two weeks ago, my cousin's son found a tiny, tiny kitten outside his house in Virginia. She's provided updates on "Sir Simon, the Orange", including pictures and short videos. If anyone is interested, it will make you say, "Awwwwwww . . . ."

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=44

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=45

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=46

Cuteness overload !
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Old 06-08-2007, 01:24 PM   #145
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That kitten looks like a baby Jack

Next Friday it will be 3 years since I adopted Jack. I celebrate his birthday then, since I don't know when he was born. I ordered him some toys from ebay. We'll see if he likes honeysuckle!
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That kitten looks like a baby Jack

Next Friday it will be 3 years since I adopted Jack. I celebrate his birthday then, since I don't know when he was born. I ordered him some toys from ebay. We'll see if he likes honeysuckle!
Looks like a baby Fergus, too. On July 3 it will be a year since we took him in, but he was "about" a year old.
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About two weeks ago, my cousin's son found a tiny, tiny kitten outside his house in Virginia. She's provided updates on "Sir Simon, the Orange", including pictures and short videos. If anyone is interested, it will make you say, "Awwwwwww . . . ."

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=44

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=45

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=46

Oh what a cute kitten!

I stopped in to my vet last week and one of the techs had a litter of four three week old kittens she was fostering. She brought one -- a female grey tabby -- out for me to cuddle. It snuggled up to me on the counter as if to ay "hi! I'm your new kitten. Take me home!" She (and all her littermates) was soooo adorable. I did want to run right over to the shelter and put in to adopt her, but I have too many as it is. Still I'll probably look at them every time I go into the vet....
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Oh what a cute kitten!

I stopped in to my vet last week and one of the techs had a litter of four three week old kittens she was fostering. She brought one -- a female grey tabby -- out for me to cuddle. It snuggled up to me on the counter as if to ay "hi! I'm your new kitten. Take me home!" She (and all her littermates) was soooo adorable. I did want to run right over to the shelter and put in to adopt her, but I have too many as it is. Still I'll probably look at them every time I go into the vet....
Awwwwww! That's kinda how I got Callie. Last weekend, my sister in Florida adopted two brothers that are about three months old, an orange tabby and a gray tabby. She named them Jack and Smokey Joe.
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About two weeks ago, my cousin's son found a tiny, tiny kitten outside his house in Virginia. She's provided updates on "Sir Simon, the Orange", including pictures and short videos. If anyone is interested, it will make you say, "Awwwwwww . . . ."

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=44

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=45

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=46

That is so cute!!!! Eeek.
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The latest on "Sir Simon, the Orange"--I wish I could go visit this little guy in person.

http://www.art-rageous.net/artrageousblog/?p=47
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