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Old 01-11-2009   #1
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I found out that the cat with the bell, that we nicknamed "Bell" is a pet of some people nearby and her name is "Tiny" because, well she's tiny......

She seems to have adopted our backyard and is often on our roof!



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Nice shot Ken , you seem to have an abundance of long haired cats in your neighborhood.
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Nice shot Ken , you seem to have an abundance of long haired cats in your neighborhood.
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Thank you Geoff!

Yes......the long haired cats also attract my lens!
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I know the feeling well Ken especially during our Canadian winters where we have very low humidity and high static , dog hairs cling to everything.
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What a beautiful cat. Another lovely shot from you.
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What a beautiful cat. Another lovely shot from you.
Thank you Pamela!
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Seems like you have a lot of opportunities and personalities to work with!
Great shot!
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Seems like you have a lot of opportunities and personalities to work with!
Great shot!
Thank you Kris!

I am so lucky to have these so readily available!


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