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my four pests

Postby koimaster » April 9th 2015, 3:31pm

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Josie, ragdoll

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Boomer, a rescue cat we have had for about 3 years now.

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Maggie, another Ragdoll.

Pita, another stray we have. He found his way into our yard and Kristen felt sorry for him. For the first winter he was here he lived outside and had his own heated cat house. Then somehow when I was not looking he found his way into the house and never left.

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Re: my three pests

Postby conjurer » April 9th 2015, 3:50pm

Those are some nice looking cats, Alain. Watch out for Boomer's claws on your paint job.
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Re: my three pests

Postby biglove » April 9th 2015, 3:57pm

Love the first one's blue eyes! Siamese mix?

Love kittens. Cats, well, it all depends on the cat.

Magnificent creatures all though and I am sure they are all convinced they are gods!
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Re: my three pests

Postby koimaster » April 9th 2015, 4:01pm

biglove wrote:Love the first one's blue eyes! Siamese mix?


RAGDOLL


Love kittens. Cats, well, it all depends on the cat.

Magnificent creatures all though and I am sure they are all convinced they are gods!
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Re: my three pests

Postby Kahuna74 » April 9th 2015, 4:43pm

They are all beautiful, but I am in love with Josie. The eye's are incredible,,,,
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Re: my three pests

Postby Mortuus no more » November 10th 2015, 4:51pm

Sorry to come to the dance so late, but I just love ragdolls; they're all sweetie-pies. If you ever get tired of Josie, I'll be happy to be her god-papa and adopt. ;)
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Re: my three pests

Postby Dr.Morningwood » November 10th 2015, 5:01pm

I am partial to Maggie because we have a Maggie of our own:

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Re: my three pests

Postby Mortuus no more » November 10th 2015, 8:41pm

She's a very purty gurl, Doc... 8-)

Dr.Morningwood wrote:I am partial to Maggie because we have a Maggie of our own:

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Re: my three pests

Postby svaglic » November 10th 2015, 8:58pm

Rag Dolls are beautiful. I heard their personalities are the best in the cat world.
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Re: my three pests

Postby TemerityB » November 11th 2015, 8:38am

Ahh, pests. I don't know what I'd do without mine. You gents have quite the array.

My 15-year-old chow mix dog has had quite a year - she was diagnosed with melanoma late last year (I think it was), and amazingly, it didn't spread and she's thriving. She's becoming a real old lady now - walks can be a bit of a chore - but she still jumps on the bed and over logs in the woods, even after the was diagnosed as having arthritis in her back legs. The insane amount of deep-seeded love I have for my pet is off the scale; by all accounts, she's already had two or three "bonus" years (the vet says she's the equivalent of 101 human years). Yet, here she is, mooching at every meal. It's too good.

More than 30 years ago, I was forced to turn a couple of cats, a brother and sister, in to the area pound when I first moved to the NYC area from upstate NY. The pain that caused has never subsided. Through them, I've developed a lifelong love of animals, but giving them up hurt as much as the loss of any relative. I still carry a torch, I tell ya. I still miss them and I always will; call me Mr. Bojangles, I guess.

So...after seeing all these beautiful cats, I wish them all long and lazy lives with some very cool masters.
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