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August 14, 2013

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Sparkle

Austin has a bat bridge like that too - my human has been to that one.

 Miss Elvira

Daddy says that Austin is far more batty than Houston ever could be, hee, hee! :-D

He still wants to visit, someday, though! :-D

The Paw Relations

Wow. We don't have things like that over here.

Team Tabby

We think it is wonderful you have a healthy colony of bats. they do so much to reduce the mosquito populations.

Sadly our native bats - the Little Brown Bat is in serious trouble due to white nose syndrome

purrs,

Mindy
Moe
Cookie
Mike

Colehaus Cats

Whoa! *blinks eyes* whoa! That's a lot of flying things!

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