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January 31, 2010

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Everycat

Yes, definately.

But, Nikita, it's gonna have to be a rip roaring adventure where despite being wiped out, somehow the feline is triumphant - anything else just makes me shudder - it's a kinda dark tale you are proposing...

*snuggles down hard in felinus blanky*

Wuudler

Lee County Clowder

Worth expanding? Yeah, we think so.

But please: "It is a dark, and stormy night"?

Every time we hear that, we think of an old Peanuts cartoon, with Snoopy on his doghouse with a typewriter.

Nikita Cat

LOL!

But Lee, the line is NOT the opening sentence, and I use "is", and not "was" as that Edward Human, and that silly Mutt did. ;-D

I'm much too smart to do something that bad! ;-D

Kim Bussey

Oh, I really liked it.

Yes, you must continue.

I want to know why the world had to pick between pets and how Maximus survived.

Dana

Sounds very interesting and unlike anything I have read.

I think you should work more on this to expand it.

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