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  1. 24 minutes ago on Breaking Cat News

    Hmmm … the darker side of Georgia Dunn.

  2. 1 day ago on Sheldon

    Gotta love Flaco!

  3. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    “There is only one god, Finagle, and Murphy is his prophet,” or “No operational plan survives contact.” And sometimes you just aren’t holding your mouth right. Hope your frustration is over for awhile, at least. … Oh look! A flock of pigs just flew by … 8^}

  4. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    @Brein43: One of the few good side effects of chemo, at least on me, was that insects, even mosquitoes, wouldn’t even land on me for a year afterward.

  5. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    If Lupin falls asleep in the sink, is he really there? Will the sink still hold water? Must devise a highly scientific experiment to answer these vital questions …

  6. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Purrrrrrrrrrrr. Purrrrrrrrrrrr.

  7. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    If true, someone should strangle that … jackass (quite a different set of words in the original thought.)

  8. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    His ears, eyes, mouth (if open), and apparently toe beans, are always visible.

  9. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    @Shaun et all: I wouldn’t wait and look for signs of distress, personally. Something like that = straight to the vet, or at least a call. The damage could already be done.

    On the same topic: Anyone remember the old metal tinsel? I believe it was made of a lead alloy, because I remember it tasted sweet (I was very young). I wonder how many cats got lead poisoning from it. (Note: one of the old ways to identify lead ore in the field used to be tasting it. This was used for quite a few minerals. One of lead’s oxidation products, white lead, also called “sugar of lead” in old chemical texts, is readily absorbed through the skin, and tastes very sweet. I wonder if this is why field geologists over 30 were considered “most insurable” of all scientists, by the insurance industry. “If they aren’t dead by 30, they’re too robust and/or lucky to die early.”

  10. 2 days ago on Nest Heads

    Not to mention obesity and adult diabetes.