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October 24, 2011

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KC

What is yours crazy Daddy doing in that photo, Elvira?

This is such a funny pickshure, I's never seen yours Daddy quite like this.

Hee hee.

Love & Purrs,
KC

Elvira Mistress of Felinity

MOL!

Don't you recognize the pose?

He wants his belly rubbed!

Also it's similar to the pose of complete trust, love, & playfulness, that we Cats, and even Dogs, do when we want our Humans to know we really, really, love them. ;-D

jansfunnyfarm

We're glad your dad's ankle is so much better he can get up and down to ask for praise.

Did he get any?

Karen Jo

I hope that you decided to give your Daddy some well-deserved praise and petting, Elvira. It looks like his ankle is all well again.

Elvira Mistress of Felinity

MOL!

Yes, Funny Farmers, & Karen, I licked his hand when he reached over to give me a Chin Scritch.

As much as I love him, I'm not adventuresome enough to try getting in place to rub his belly. ;-D

As for his ankle it still has some serious problems, don't let the lack of a brace fool you.

One break won't, theoretically, be healed until mid-December, he still can't walk straight on it, or run, so is very careful moving around.

He won't be able to even begin Physical Therapy until November.

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