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Making friends with the family feline.



Getting instructions from the cat as to how to rip a box apart.



Cat feigns innocence... leaving the pups to take the wrap



I've got my daddies smile!



Resting up from a full day of play

 

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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh Tink
How sweet those pictures are.......
My cats blame everything on Denver.
Trouble is they forget to look where he is when they are in another
room throwing stuff on the floor and do not realize that Denver is at my feet. When you go to the other room they are sitting on the counter looking like "Who me" must have been the dog who threw that on the
floor..........................bahahahhaaaaaaaaaaa
They never threw stuff off the counter until we got Denver BTW
 

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What's not to love? Too cute!
 
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Very cute!!!
Letter from a cat like Tink and Sue's:

Dear Dog...

I am so sorry about you being sent to the dog pound

for the broken lamp which you did not break;

the fish tank you did not spill; and the carpet that you

did not wet; or the wall that you did not dirty with

red paint....



Things here at the house are calmer now, and

just to show you that I have no hard feelings

towards you, I am sending you a picture, so you will

always remember me.



Best regards,

The Cat
 

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good one Linda hhhahahhaa

and TINK i love the cat's expressions and the captions you put with the pics! hahhahaha
 

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Thanks all.
I'm not a cat person... am actually allergic to cats.
But I have to admit that for a feline Sebastian is very nice. He had been dumped off at the truck terminal when my hubby drives out of with 250+ trucks and trailers in and out of there daily. So my dear soft hearted dh called home and asked if he could PLEASE bring him home before he got squashed under the wheels of a big rig.

Since I had just gifted myself with Moses, and the cat was free and in need, I didn't feel I could really say no. (much as I kinda wanted to)
So he came to live with us with no idea of his history, temperament, potential nasty habits, etc. He has proven to be a very good cat and is a real gem for introducing the pups to cats because he's extremely tolerant and has no fear of them. He's also very calm and friendly with the grand kids, and isn't a hard cat to live with. His favorite perch is on top of the big dog crate where he stands guard over the pups for me.
 
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