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Sparky wrote:
21 Nov 2022, 12:21pm
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21 Nov 2022, 11:05am
At about 1:00 am, there was a loud howling going on outside. I'm guessing coyotes? Scout was not happy. And neither was my REM cycle.
Glad Scout was inside, safe and sound.
Oh, for sure. She was barking like "let me at 'em!" but she would have been destroyed.
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"And so the sailor goes, 'I don’t know, but it’s driving me nuts!'” - Woodrow Wilson to David Lloyd George, Paris Peace Conference, 1 February 1919

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And she's a tortie. How cool.

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Mimi wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 10:05am
And she's a tortie. How cool.
But a Limey. :meh:
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I'm amazed she's out lived two of her humans, my aunt had a cat that was her high school graduation gift, I think she lived to be 19 years.
Sittin' at home, and I'm so excited
Goin' to the party though we weren't invited

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Mimi wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 10:05am
And she's a tortie. How cool.
Our former tortoise shell named "Minnie" prior to her getting sick, dearly missed.
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Sparky wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 2:11pm
I'm amazed she's out lived two of her humans, my aunt had a cat that was her high school graduation gift, I think she lived to be 19 years.
That's what amused me—she's gone thru not one but two owners who pre-deceased her.

Out last two cats reached 19 and 18 years. Given the quality of food and medical care our current bastards have, I expect them to rival that (barring accident).
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Sparky wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 2:21pm
Mimi wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 10:05am
And she's a tortie. How cool.
Our former tortoise shell named "Minnie" prior to her getting sick, dearly missed.
Torties: The bad-ass version of the calico.
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Sparky wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 2:21pm
Mimi wrote:
25 Nov 2022, 10:05am
And she's a tortie. How cool.
Our former tortoise shell named "Minnie" prior to her getting sick, dearly missed.
Awww, she purty.

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