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Can you identify my pet?

Posted by pete41 9ab FL. (My Page) on
Mon, May 21, 07 at 16:05

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The poor cat has been clipped for the summer and left with a bushy tail or is that to help confuse the squirrels? ;-)


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No Susanna, it's a caruel


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I was going to say a cat squirrel.

MichaelAT


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that looks photoshopped to me


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REALLY??????
Wonder what its worth or who he is?


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whatever it is, I don't want to tangle with it!


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Look out birds and bird feeders!


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LOL Pete that is funny...someone was confused during mating season!
Ang


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They do say love is blind. Perhaps we have proof here.

Kate


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  • Posted by mjsee Zone 7b, NC (My Page) on
    Thu, May 24, 07 at 13:24

It's a very rare Squat. Worth quite a bit...unlike it's cousin, the common Diddly Squat. Hence the phrase...(say it with me...)

"It isn't worth Diddly Squat."


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LOL, Mel! OK, Pete, you freaked me out.

Seriously I saw a cat that grew wings just now on CNN. Well he didn't grow them ON CNN, he grew them and CNN covered the story ;]

I'm not making this up. I thought of this post!


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I was gonna say my ex wife's mother. The coat looks the same, but the fangs are shorter.


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LMAO Harry!!! OMG I love this forum!
Angela
Nice thread Pete ...


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Wonder if this feller will eat the seeds in the feeders, or if he's a carnivore?

Snickers...


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