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A Visit to the Stable Master

August 21st, 2008

I think it’s time you met my pets.  No, I don’t mean Fiddlesticks, Willy or Sparkle.

I mean Zelda, Casper and (soon to be) Sunny!

Okay, so I don’t really have anything to write about.  But everyone loves cat pictures, right?

I love my kitties.  Zelda, my oldest, is 2 years old.  She’s slowed down a lot since she was a kitten, when she was pretty darn crazy.  Her geekiness, laziness, her quiddity is what makes her so unique.  Every morning when I wake up, she is sleeping next to me on my bed.  It’s very sweet.

Casper, is only a year old now.  He’s a bit quicker and more of a trouble maker.  He was a little scruffy when I he first came to stay, but he’s filled out and is quite pretty now!  Every night before I go to bed, he hops in and won’t let me go to sleep until he’s had at least 5 minutes of attention.  He’s quite cuddly, and he uses explosive fur as a defense mechanism.

I’m very happy they get along, I lucked out there.

Sunny is coming to live with me next week, and she’s bringing her owner along with her.  I don’t know her very well, but I’m hoping she gets along well with the others!

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3 comments to “A Visit to the Stable Master”

  1. aweeeee……
    My cat watches me play too.. if she isnt drapped over the mousepad she is ontop of my 2nd monitor, a 19 inch Crt with her tail hanging down the middle of the screen


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