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Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn for October 01, 2015

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    poppet bear  over 5 years ago

    My Mozart used to “encourage” me along just like a border collie would. If I wasn’t going the way he wanted it was head butt and ankle nips. Only tripped over him twice though

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    bermudamel  over 5 years ago

    Everyone please go visit www.breakingcatnews.com and see the special report that went up yesterday 9/30/15 and keep tissues handy! It was a very moving strip!!!!

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    prairiedogdance Premium Member over 5 years ago

    Our current herd is made up of reclaimed offspring of ferals who took up housekeeping on our land from one time to another. Since we socialized them all from tiny, wee kitten-hood, it is interesting to observe that, while they innately know the “motion,” they have never figured out the “connecting” part. We just sincerely appreciate all the “air bumps” we are offered, and let them know we understand what they are trying to say. One very sweet tiny, calico, the shyest of them all, but loves pets once she works up the nerve, at 6 just accidently discovered, “head bumps.” Very skittishly, and with great encouragement, she managed to knock out 3 or 4 before she realized what she was doing. Then she booked back to her cushion. grin.

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    Whimsical Cats  over 5 years ago

    My cat Hobbes has a middle name — Underfoot

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    dogday Premium Member over 5 years ago

    re: Special report: We have had rescue Border collies for over thirty years — boys, one girl, young, old, one mix, one senile, and all of them absolutely delightful. If you want a toy, PLEASE get something plastic. If you want to give as well as receive, and get more than you give, there’s a “rescue” with your name in her or his heart.

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    dogday Premium Member over 5 years ago

    I always feel very flattered when a cat acknowledges me as “one of their own.”

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    karlene_fial  over 5 years ago

    Sox head-butts to get my attention in any room; but Abe, my beautiful black cat, rams into the back of my legs pushing me into the stove or sink. But he claims to love me best…

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    siamese  over 5 years ago

    At our house, we call it the Mexican Cat Dance. Because that’s what we do in an effort to not fall over the ankle weavers. :)

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    Starman1948  over 5 years ago

    A blissful Saturday my friends-———-I’m taking mom to my nephew’s in Cumming GA. He is having a birthday party for her. She is 95.-———-Have a bountiful day everyone.

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