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    Nah, just sitting on his lap digging his knitting needles in Five years now and not a day goes past without me thinking fondly of him, his mukka the supreme Titchpuss and their antics.............

    Here's my current little pal from next door. He comes to inspect his premises! every day and stops for a good fuss at the same time

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    CHE CHE JUST BEFORE SHE DIED A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO AT AGE 20..... alas much missed and although she scratched damn near everything she never went near my speakers.
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    Wow twenty is a good age , lots of fond memories I'm sure distinctive cat too.

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    Love how they do that multitasking independent satellite tracking dish thing with their ears dsjr

    I think they can locate really accurately just with sound as I've thrown scrunched up paper from behind our cat and without looking she has just thrown a paw up and knocked it out of mid air

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazzamongo View Post
    Wow twenty is a good age , lots of fond memories I'm sure distinctive cat too.
    YES, she was part Persian apparently...did not like too many people...a typical snooty cat, but was always my girl, and died lying beside me at night. Not looking at her best there, coat wise, but was a big cat and when younger bossed the neighborhood..
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    YES, she was part Persian apparently...did not like too many people...a typical snooty cat, but was always my girl, and died lying beside me at night. Not looking at her best there, coat wise, but was a big cat and when younger bossed the neighborhood..
    Don't suffer from low self esteem do they , sky Is part Persian , part tortoiseshell ( hence possessing the quality of tortitude ) and we find she's pretty judgement all with people too. Crucially though , people she didn't like ended up being people that we fell out with at some point later.

    Trusting the torty one in future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazzamongo View Post
    Don't suffer from low self esteem do they , sky Is part Persian , part tortoiseshell ( hence possessing the quality of tortitude ) and we find she's pretty judgement all with people too. Crucially though , people she didn't like ended up being people that we fell out with at some point later.

    Trusting the torty one in future
    ... Cough , the more cat experty person in my household advises she's part Persian part domestic short hair and that tortoiseshell describes the coat/attitude not the breed.... Guess I'm a cat noob , I just think they rock as companions and its very special that an almost wild creature can befriend silly humans , apart from Siegfried and Roy who took a little too much for granted

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    Always liked cats......dogs as well tbh..son can bring his border terrier round now the killer cat has departed.....and borders aint generally feared of cats... She could be a real nasty piece of work when it suited.lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazzamongo View Post
    apart from Siegfried and Roy who took a little too much for granted


    No cat at the moment, but have promised avatar #1 we'll seriously consider it in a month or so when we get back from holiday. Not that I don't like cats - I LOVE them, but it's the heartbreak of losing them I can't stand - living on a busy road opposite a wood doesn't help as they will be looking to take a chance all the time.
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    HRH Chester.... My old mate who was taken in as a beaten up stray 11 years ago. He loves his life of comfort and realises he doesn't have so many of his lives left now so he's a real homebody these days.
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