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Awwww he follows his own unique drumbeat!! Bless his little furry paws! He's adorable!!! Awwwww!!!:-)Take carex
You made a good job of cleaning Rufus up. His fur looks lovely.
Charmaine, when he's not biting he's very cute!Kitty, he does follow his own drumbeat indeed!Lexi, thanks. He groomed himself pretty thoroughly after the bath so I can't really take the credit!
HahaWhen I saw your tweet, I had a very different image in mind. Litter here has a slightly different meaning - especially when it comes to cats.Very funny post. It's our dog that likes to rummage and spread things around.
Sarah, we say cat litter too but I thought in context it would make sense... I just can't see what he gets out of lying on old envelopes and dirty tissues.
So cute :)
lol, I love the photo! So cute.
Will a knight come along to deprive him of his dragon-hoard bed?
Simon, now that would have been fun!
Thank you, Ann!
We have an orange tabby kitten (she's 10 weeks-ish now) and she bites too. Wazzup with that? She's lovey one second, and then *CHOMP!*. I was hoping it was a playful kitten thing, but you kinda just bursted my bubble on that one. ;)Love that he's chillin' in the trash. *sigh* Cats.
There's no understanding cats because they've been send by other beings to spy on us. Just kidding. Cute pict!
Look how pleased with himself he is! I love this picture. And I love cats.
Lola, you never know, you might be able to get her out of it by the time she's older. Bonnie used to nip us too but she gave up on it. Rufus just has too much testosterone for his own good! (And yes, he was "done" as early as the vet would agree to it!)Lydia, that has such a ring of truth to it!Jennifer, he mostly does seem to be inordinately pleased with himself - except when he comes home limping after a fight.
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