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February 02, 2021


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Brian Frum

That was a good story and we're really glad to see you posting. We've been wondering how y'all have been down that way.

Marv, Jo Jo, Kozmo, Cinnamon  & Barb

we are so very glad you are recovered (recovering) and back blogging. It is great to hear how you and the cats are doing! have a marvellously Happy Day!

Ellen Pilch

Well done! A proper lady may have used the word crap instead of sh*t. :)
Nice to see a post from you.

Elvira Mistress of Felinity

Thank you all for your kind words and support.

As for me being a "proper lady"...

Everyone should know me by NOW, hee, hee!

You know who my mentor was, after all. :-D


Great story, sweet pals. And we are SO glad to see you posting again. We've certainly missed you!


My human is so cautious about me and doors, that I've never gotten the chance to go out on my own! Except that one time I was really young and decided to bolt out the hotel room door when she was bringing in her suitcase. She had to chase me up and down the hallway and the maids were laughing.

I enjoyed your story lots! It's nice to see you all again.


Flicka said: An Elvira toe should never touch concrete! She IS a good cat.


That was an interesting story. can you share more stories like it!!!

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