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Old Aug 30, 2009, 6:43 PM   #11
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Autumn !!! sic'em ATTACK like the wild animal you are, protect your space and your master(s). Awaken and be a good sport about it... those doggies are just like the two across the street that get your dander up when you watch them through the window. Show your feral heritage, go get'em and please don't become a lazy phat-KAT....

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Old Aug 30, 2009, 6:52 PM   #12
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Now, THAT is a great photo of a happy cat................Luv it!

Livin' is definitely easy (if you're a cat) at the Brennan household.

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Well, I see our households are all protected with a selection of well trained and energetic attack animals!

(And this thread started out talking about Butterflies. LOL)
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Old Aug 30, 2009, 11:56 PM   #14
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.............how'dat happen.

This is the Oly du Stuff Le Revues do you suppose ........ nah couldn't be but that butterfly is really big. I saw it again today, it definitely is an attack'ya type so I think it is best these other critters remain at the ready just in case.

The butterfly seems to have grown overnight!!

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Old Aug 31, 2009, 7:54 PM   #15
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Well, I see our households are all protected with a selection of well trained and energetic attack animals!

(And this thread started out talking about Butterflies. LOL)
Well we did establish that dogs and cats are way less energetic than butterflies, in the unlikely event that no one knew that. And Mr. Brennan has brought us around full circle here.

<grin>

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