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Waiting for treats on the cat tree after Sunday's weigh-in

Waiting for treats on the cat tree after Sunday’s weigh-in

Murphy

Xavier

Cocoa (Dickens)

Cocoa and the new silk bedding from China.

2014 June 20 sequence from Cocoa’s standpoint.

One neuron and so many things to do with it.

One neuron and so many things to do with it.

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2012 July 26: Cocoa helps with unpacking

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pegordon on 2012/10/28 at 1:47 am.

As Xavier circled me, impatient for his dinner, I noted a darkish lump in his white tummy fluff. Since two hours earlier he’d accompanied me in the garden, I assumed that the lump was a leaf. He hopped in my lap so I flipped him over and reached for the lump. Ewww! Damp and squishy. Litter box refugee? I completed the removal and looked more closely. Double ewww: the lump was a small slug.

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Jean-Francois on 2012/12/07 at 11:05 am.

Cat’s don’T always land on their feet?

http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/1143/do-cats-always-land-unharmed-on-their-feet-no-matter-how-far-they-fall

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