"I will be forever indebted to your blog, and to Colin's "Treasure Chest" - boy, when you need that thing, you really need it!"--author with offer in hand
And the heroine should have 9 lives...two paws up!
Cats can be pretty harsh. Just close the eyes tight like: how can I put up with this. Great picture.
Aww my Goss came to visit again - I thought he'd gone to hide in the basement, so am reassured he is with you. (Though it IS impossibly cute when he comes up from exploring, festooned with cobwebs ...)Lance, I can't even tell you what it's like living with him. He IS a stern editor. But a nestler without peer.
Awww, kitty!I love that name.
And dammit, I don't care what the old saying is, there are far too many mice playing in Act II.
I bet the cream and catnip percentages are way off as well.
Donna E. thank you so much. I actually got a lot of flak about his name when he was wee - but he's named both for his *incredibly* soft coat and for a certain furry red Looney Toons monster who wears sneakers (Goss has white sneaks!), and I happen to love it. He has never registered any complaints either. :)Well, apart from my current writing, which he feels needs some work. Exacting taskmaster, that one.
So that's what a meow-shark looks like.
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