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June 07, 2007

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Toni

I agree with the well fed part! Why oh why does everyone in our family get the FAT gene?

jackie

No thanks! My poor old Bug (recently deceased) was a great cat for a fiber addict. I could wind a warp or bobbins, spin, or knit and all she ever did was watch. She would get in to one of those kitty balls with all four feet mysteriously tucked away and watch the yarn fly off the cone. Occasionally, she might slowly bring her nose forward and sniff. There will never be another cat like her, so no more cats for me.

LMMS

Now, you know that 'da man would never allow one of his precious angels be traded away for dry goods. But, that first picture might get you a couple of great offers. She has become queen of the castle, now hasn't she? How's Max handling that?

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