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September 03, 2010
Curiosity fulfilled the cat. This picture comes our way from photographer Gordon Ball.
Image: © Gordon Ball
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We inherited another new cat resident. Darn cats had already shredded up a couch and loveseat and guess what, wife wants new ones now. I thought of building the kitties a new cat tree to prevent them from furniture scratching until I found an awesome site in Canada. Cats love them! cat trees Canada They have a great selection of Armarkat models, all kewl looking cat towers! http://www.canadiancattrees.com/armarkat-cat-furniture/>armarkat in Canada I even found an article that tells you how to train your cat! solve cat scratching I tried the yarn trick after putting the catnip between the ropes and my cats went crazy.
@ Rehn :) beautiful
A toy mouse left lying
in front of the Buddha—
a perfect offering.
we all have the protector :)
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