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Locked Out – No Pawblem
Now where’d I put mah keys?
Your prison cannot hold meee!
Adoorable, Sue H.! //NOTE! If you’re looking to adopt some kittens in the Tacoma area, check out Pitter Pats of Baby Cats!//
It’s not the heat, it’s the Marumidity. But Maru, you have so many fans.
Don’t look, Ethel! Maru’s over-exposed! (peeks through fingers)
Thanks again to hot sender-inner, Ant.
With caramel syrup, shredded coconut and some chocolate chips. In a pine cone, thanks.
Scoopalicious thanks to Lillian D., and the Melbourne Zoo.
Hmmmm, ok, (arranges litter tiles on rack), I got G-O-L-D-E-N-S.
Goldens is too a word!
Mama Golden, Belle, scored a bingo, Amy J. !
(Cliff Clavin voice) “It’s a little known fact that dogs and cats may be good companions, but they can break your leg…
(Carla rolls her eyes as Cliff goes on) A new analysis of emergency-room data found that 86,000 people a year wind up in the hospital after tripping over a pet, its bowls, or its toys. Dogs cause nearly eight times more injuries than cats, mainly because they’re bigger and stronger, and can yank people down stairs or into holes when pulling on their leashes during walks…”
See you next fall, Dani H.
Though Cliff Clavin would have said all that, it’s really from the Dec. 24, 2010 issue of The Week magazine.