Photos that don't fit the Buick City Complex
That is a cat you keep, forever. Beautiful shots. What a wonderful animal.
wow. look at them years go.
Rowena and Eugene - yep, he's a little cutie. Very independent and only keen on affection when he wants it.Mussolini - miaowww!Transience - don't they just fly, in human terms he's probably 6 or 7.
And now the kitten is becoming C.A.T. Now you know you're in for trouble!
what a beautiful little purr box!How are you? Where are you? What's going on with you?
Finn - yes he's losing some of his madness and developing obstinacy.Morgan - glad you like him. To answer - I'm feeling low, lying low and losing interest and I'm still working, living (after a fashion) and hoping for better. Life is treacherous and painful.
I'm so sorry to hear this. Anything I can do besides send you electronic hugs and kisses, a cheery smile, platitudes?
Morgan - this is touching to hear. I have been depressed of late and am struggling to find purpose. You know what we Virgos are like - feels like the glass is always half empty. Your kindness is touching and I will drop you a line soon.
i look forward to hearing from you.
seems no matter where one posts cat photos, that folks will find them and respond. this is really hard for me, because our cat has gone away for good.
Finn - I feel for you my friend. Hang on to the good memories.
Anna - he's 9 months old now and into everything. Nosy and intelligent.
I have one too, a 3-year-old male.When I first got him he was 3 months old, and his ears were almost larger than his face...they looked like sails! We think we own them but, in fact, we are "theirs".
Anna - how true. Smartie is training me very well indeed!
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