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Thursday, June 13

The Cat House

Cats, cats, and more cats. As you can tell, we're fond of cats, even Garfield. Especially Garfield. You'd think we'd have dogs, since I call this blog "Doggy-Dog World." Instead, we have two cats (or they have us), Squeakie, the aging and shrinking calico who's still boss of the house, and Charlie, our young tuxedo cat who thinks he owns every nook and cranny in our house. Squeakie knows better.
There she is with those big soulful eyes.
And here's Charlie in one of his hidey holes. He's just licking his chaps when he thinks he'll take over from Squeakie. Squeakie says, "Think again, Chuck."

And finally, another cat collage.
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