Monday, March 10, 2008

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For the non readers or fans of Lynsay:

Let's talk about cats.

Our neighbors are moving back to the part of Canada where they 'd been born.

They came down our way because the college in the area had a specialized program that was the best around for his area of expertise. But now he found a job back where the high temp in the winter can be MINUS 45 degrees F.

That's waaaay too cold for me.

They are taking their cats.

We had our last Kitty Sitting session this past weekend. How sad . But you can bet I took LOTS of pictures. I think I got some cute ones too. One thing I won't miss is scooping the poop. Man! That stuff can reek.

Anyway, I'll share some pictures next post.
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3 comments:

Rayke said...

I never understood the whole "monster romance novel" thing. I tried to read one once, but couldn't get over the gratuitous vampire orgies. The details in the book were nothing like what I had always imagined what a vampire orgy would be like...

A boy can dream.

I'm assuming if the cats poop when the weather is -45 degrees, the smell would be instantly neutralized.

Michele said...

Rayke!
Gratuitous orgies???
Even with the most hedonistic romance books I've read, I've never read any that **cough** come close to what you've described.

What exactly are you LOOKING For?
And can my eye's survive the knowin? LOLOL

Well, **snicker** at -45 degrees, I don't think much of anything would smell. LOL

Neither can I see these little furballs venturing any further than the window looking outside.

Delicate New Englanders that they are. *grin*

Give me a balmy 16 degrees anyday.,

Heck I'm ready for 60 degrees at this point.
But then the horse poop from the farm next door thaws..
I can't win.

**gg**

Brandy said...

I have this book and can't wait to read it! It's in my TBR stack. *g*
Sorry your neighbors are moving, and I hear you on the kitty litter. We are freaks about scooping.
Have a good week!