Cute Overload :D
The dog ate it.
This be Felicia, from Cuteporter Curtis St. J.
That scene looks so familiar to me, right down to the slippers.
Those deductions you took on Schedule A, line 41, paragraph A(2), subsection iii just won’t fly with the auditors. I thought I’d save you the trouble by eating the evidence.
I spent many more $ on my kitteh’s health are than my own last year, yet I cannot deduct those expenses??? 😦
On another note, am sending MANY prayers to the people in and visitors to Boston today. As a transplanted New Englander, my heart is with the people there. 😦 😦 😦 😦 😦 😦 😦 😦
Love the dramatic soundtrack 😆
LOL Magneato our kitty was our paper shredder in our house. Indeed the sound track really adds to it.
Yeah… it’s sad when your pet is family but the IRS doesn’t treat them like so.
What they’re not showing you is the camera person dipping the 1040 in gravy train ten minutes earlier.