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  1. about 4 years ago on Cattitude — Doggonit

    Oh you’re not the least bit sorry ;-)

  2. about 4 years ago on Learn to Speak Cat

    If he’s not careful he’ll end up in the ol’ proverbial doghouse

  3. about 4 years ago on Get Fuzzy

    Well he does have a point (no, not on top of his head) Rob is pretty damn dull

  4. about 4 years ago on Ten Cats

    A Happy and safe Thanksgiving to all who celebrate.

    I wish for all of you good health, the love of family and/or friends, the love and companionship of our beloved fur babies and peace of mind.
  5. about 4 years ago on Ten Cats

    Thank you for sharing that, I know how painful it must have been to relive those memories.I am crying right now………………

  6. about 4 years ago on Ten Cats

    For the past fifteen years my next-door- neighbor and I have cared for an outside feral cat that she TNR’ed. We named him Duke because he walks with a John Wayne swagger and has a crooked mouth.

    She has a feeding station set up with heated food/water bowls and we set up a warm bed in our car CoverIt shelter so he would have a place to sleep and hang out protected from the winter elements and predators. In the winter we even shovel a path from the shelter to the feeding station.Many, many cats have come and gone through the neighborhood yet old Duke somehow survived all of the dangers. Oh he has scared us plenty over the years, disappearing for days at a time and when it hit minus 20, as it always does in January and February, we worried sick that he wouldn’t make it. With yet another winter coming we shared our concerns that he would not be able to survive it. But he would not let us touch him and he was too smart to fall for being trapped again.

    Then…….two months ago he walked up to my neighbor as she was going out her door…..she held it open, stood to the side and told him was OK, he could come inside and be safe for the rest of his life…….he strolled right in. It was his decision, his terms

    Now he sleeps beside the pellet stove, has a belly full of wet food and has become a total lap cat! He shares the home with five other cats (all former strays) and he won’t even go NEAR the door to outside. I would never have believed it had I not seen it with my own eyes – he climbed right up on my lap and rubbed my hand as if to say “thank you for helping to care for me all those years”

    We are SO relieved he is inside and safe and loved for however many years he has left. Duke finally got his happy ending.

  7. about 4 years ago on @Tavicat

    Fargo I think you make a very handsome Sea Captain kitty

  8. about 4 years ago on Ten Cats

    That kitty has one heck of a large face :-D

  9. over 4 years ago on Rose is Rose

    I sure miss having a cat on my lap

  10. over 4 years ago on Rose is Rose

    This is such a wonderfully drawn depiction of a sleeping cat.