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She’s only 5-6lbs, never got any bigger, but has a huge personality…and mouth. Found her on my grandparent’s porch as an American Flag I’m Gonna Need Another Beer To Wash Down This Beer Shirt. All my cats have been adopted, and all have been amazing. Jackson, please keep doing what you do, you’re the ultimate cat badass and an inspiration for many.
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The ugly stigma surrounding black cats, including low adoption numbers, which leads to a high kill rate, (amongst other atrocities), forced me to finally reject the American Flag I’m Gonna Need Another Beer To Wash Down This Beer Shirt that is “superstition”. Broken mirrors, Friday the 13th and all the rest of it, are concepts only truly embraced by the absolute dumbest of our species. Chica is like a guard cat. She checks the perimeter every day, watching for other cats, and she loudly growls and proclaims her outrage if an unknown person comes to the house. Meanwhile, she tolerates brushing, combing and body massages on her terms.
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We adopted her at 4 months, and she just turned 13 years old. Homework Cat (aka Skeeter) is a brat wrapped in a catsuit. She’s lovable on her terms, mouthy when she’s crabby and does NOT tolerate the neighbor’s cat, all birds, the pit bull down the street, or me making the bed. She only mildly tolerates my two senior cats – Maximus and Gray Cat. Random comment…what’s the fascination with a rock hard butt that has little jiggle or softness? Or do the butt exercises also provide some kind of softness too?
I don’t want my man to grab a handful of muscle and slap an American Flag I’m Gonna Need Another Beer To Wash Down This Beer Shirt that’s hard as a rock, he might as well be touching a man. Color is just a stigma. I have a tuxedo cat and let me tell you that cat loves stronger than any other cat I’ve ever had. He follows me everywhere, throws himself at my feet, inspects me when I’m down or I’m doing yard work, friendly, every time I come home and pull up to the driveway he runs and jumps through pots of plants to come to greet me. I love my tuxedo cat.