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National Cat Day or Something??



Sooo yeah.  Yesterday was apparently national cat day?  I didn't realize!  Well, until the end of the day of course.  Been a roller coaster month.  Husband can't seem to stay out of the hospital, my senior show is rapidly approaching, the girl got her car and has driven it allll over.  Now to just get her officially fully licensed and the Honey back to working order.  

I'm tired ya'll.  Like.....Tired.  Thor baby has been keeping me safe and warms.  His fur is falling out again in various places, I think it's a winter thing.  There's no fleas or anything on him and it seems to be fine during the hot months.  Seasonal alopecia anyone?  I gave him a bath with some shampoo for the fur the other day (got a nice perfect puncture would on my back for that), seemed to help a bit.  He doesn't seem to be itching as much.  Other than looking a little dorky, he's the usual sweet hellion kitty.  I nabbed a rare sweet pic of he and the Old Man.  

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So I wished my feline nieces and nephew a happy national cat day yesterday. 


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My cat Pelli just had this to say: "Don't you silly humans know that every day is Cat Day?"20170501_161226.thumb.jpg.0a5584fa1471e7d3a79402baf31fcd12.jpg

She's a very wise 12 year old kitty. :kitty-wink:

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Yep, every day is Cat Day here too!  Here is Zippy at the end of a long day of being important......


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