Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Tuesday Night Cat Blogging

Wintry cats.




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  1. Anonymous12:39 AM

    I love your cat blog Greg. We - as I may have mentioned - have recently acquired a rescue cat who has had his right hip removed. He is happy and I doubt he really understands that we benefit more than he does . . . despite he eats like a horse, does not gain weight and only lightens our wallet.

    I can tell from your photos that you, your family and your cats are equally blessed. [smile]

    j a m e s

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