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Magic could do with one of those - he might let us have five minute's peace then.But I doubt it.
Awwwww it's lovely!!! Yay for robots and gorgeous fifi! Take carex
Richard, I need one robot for Bonnie and one for Rufus now that she's on a diet and he isn't!Kitty, I agree that it's lovely! jj is really talented.
D'aw, thanks for mentioning it here. :-D You're very welcome!
jj, I wanted everyone to see it!Ann, it is indeed!
I saw that. Great little sketch.
I shall repeat here what I said there (as I'm feeling rather lazy right now):That is not affection that is perfectly captured in the cat. It is cat manipulation. And only cats will be able to use their cat manipulation powers to get robots to do their bidding as easily as they get humans to.Yay for custom pictures!
stacy and Simon, I agree!Phoenix, well observed!
I went and looked and it's pretty cute!
DJK, I agree!
I really agree with Phoenix's insight. We have a rescue cat - a gorgeous calico tripod who lost her front right leg at 2 1/2 months and turned 1 yr. around early July-everyone thinks she must have lost her chutzpuh, or zest, or mobility with the amputation. WRONG!!!She works every asset at her disposal to manipulate and cajole all in range to do her bidding. Heck, she'd make that robot get all gooey inside. 'Cuz. She's. Just. That. Good.No matter that, I think it's lovely that someone made a picture for you. High praise & admiration for you. You deserve it.
Sophie, your rescue cat sounds amazingly resourceful! She'd definitely fit right into jj's picture!And thanks for the kind words.
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