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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by LJC675, Nov 27, 2018.
Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein!!
Awwww ratties!! I loooove rats!
I missed "E"
F is for Fun in a box
She's loving the plastic handle!
F is for first cuddles....
Look at the ickle custard cream. Too beautiful.
"G" is for "Grey."
"Mister" came to me as a sad little kitten, somehow mostly covered in road tar. My veterinarian at the time told me that he doubted he'd survive the night, so weak and traumatised was he, but Mister miraculously survived the night all the same, and my vet's techs spent many hours working the tar from his fur, and feeding him almost non-stop. He came home with me on the seventh day, with just some patches of fur remaining, but in incredibly good spirits all the same.
There was no introductory period; he simply blended in with my other six cats as though he belonged there right from the outset. The great peacemaker, he would never tolerate spats between cats, and as kittens came and went because of rescues, he was surrogate Father to every one of them.
Not much to look at here, I'm afraid - he was wearing thin when this was taken, many years ago, on his twenty-sixth Forever Home Day - the second longest-lived cat I've known personally, and the gentlest of all I've known in more than sixty years.
"G" is - rather simplistically - for "Grey."
Edit: leave it to one of those Americans to jump the gun owed to the time difference. Note to self: twelve less five equals seven. Ah, well - what do you expect from someone who says, "math," rather than, "maths?"
G is for..............Got It !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
At least you can use the "time difference"............ We can get it wrong without any excuse
@buffie - Can't blame British Rail British Summer Time for that. I never understood that nomenclature however. Last Sunday in March, and you arrive at British Summer Time. Cruel joke that, eh?
G is for Gotcha day....
G is for .......GOOD MORNING, SPEEDY!
CAN I SLEEP LATE, MUM? P-L-E-A-S-E?
G is for GROOMING cause I’m GEORGEOUS
Sorry posted twice
G is for gardening.
Grumpy Gray tabby
G is for Grow your Own
Ziggy says next time he will grow Dreamies.
G is for Going into the Garden for the first time. Oscar loves a little toddle around the garden. The ordering has gone funny, sorry...but I love our little tiger striding out!
G for Pooh having his own garden (based on a thread posted on the forums with a list of cat friendly plants)
G is for gloriously golden (does anyone have the number for cash4gold?!)
G is for...
Going to the vets
And for... The gang
Get my dinner!
And for... Gimme that pencil!
And lastly... Gloriously elegant :-D