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Wannabe Dec 30, 2004 5:57 PM

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Posted this on the wrong forum, so I'll move it over here where he has some friends :)

daler63 Jan 11, 2005 5:01 AM

Beautiful cat.

ingram Jan 11, 2005 10:15 AM

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Very beautiful cats, nice the effect with the monitor, this is leyla:

K6AZ Jan 16, 2005 6:41 PM

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I don't have good lighting around my monitor, so I used the flash. Anyhow, here is my try. Sure is hard to get cats to pose when you want to take their picture.

Edited to add: What else would this cat be named? Fluffy.

Scotious Jan 17, 2005 4:53 PM

Very cute the Fluffy. But probably a wee bit older than my 6 mo. old, who I can hardly keep away from my precious LCD display.

Keep 'em coming folks!

K6AZ Jan 17, 2005 9:16 PM

He's about ten years old and missing one eye. He didn't exactly like this photo shoot opportunity! :G

herk56 Jan 23, 2005 3:53 PM

Here's Burt. He's been my sidekick for 11 years. He thinks he's a dog and seldom acts like a cat. He's very outgoing and friendly, but in this picture definitely sleepy.

cock3tail Jan 25, 2005 4:56 PM

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This is our baby Rummy.She is almost 12 months old and is already quite computer literate. Should be # 11.

Wannabe Jan 26, 2005 11:23 PM

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These are Siamese cats. As you can see, they are called "Siamese" cats because they are connected to one this case, through a shared tail.

As a consequence of this connection, and the fact that one has no paws and the other just one front paw, they rarely leave the back of the couch.

It's ok, though, because they like to watch tv. Unfortunately, do to their physical limitations, the only way they can use the tv remote is for one to turn his head away and use his shoulder to turn the channel while the other watches the screen and holds on for dear life with his paw. Through teamwork, they are able to channel surf without falling off the couch and busting their collective tail.

Actually, we got a good deal on 'em.....a "two-for-one" as it were. We had planned to have them surgically seperated but my wife feared they both turn out half-azzed like me. I pet them often since I don't like to leave the couch either.

Scotious Jan 29, 2005 10:54 AM

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Rosie says she would like to donate one of her paws, as you see she rarely leaves the computer, except to eat. She told me to tell you that studies have shown that a shared tail will eventually acquire the same amount of nerve endings as two normal tails.

...very cute Wannabe, but as you see, this thread *requires* that your cat be looking at a previous cat. I will allow the occasional exception, but only for Siamese.

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