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posted by crystal | 7:32 PM
Hi Cystalwhat a cutie! Happy birthday to both of you!I've been reading your blog for a few weeks now, and thought I'd better intoduce myself. My name's Rachel, I am also a Christian, raised Catholic, but a bit non-denominational at the moment!I really appreciate your blog, you raise some interesting issues!anyway, thankyou for writing, hope you are wellGod BlessRachel
Thank you, Rachel. One never knows if anyone's actually reading, beyond the few who comment :-)
Crystal, get on http://mybloglog.com/You'll be surprised at how many people do come through your site.I send felicitations for Kermit from myself and my cat Mishea.
Kermit looks very happy - is the toy full of catnip?
Hi Liam - I'll check out myblog, and thanks to Mishea :-)Hi Maureen. Yes - you picked up on that glassy-sysed stare, huh?
So sweet.:-). What breed it is Kermit?
Oh, that is so sweet!! Such a beautiful face, and touching the way she's holding on to her toy. (Even though I'm aware of the possibility that you posed her that way.) :-)HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KERMIT!!!
Paula, hi! Kermit is the daughter of Grendel, my long haired siamese (Burman?) stray cat, and of an unknown father.Hi Susan :-) the neat thing is, I didn't pose her. All this time I didn't think she liked toys, but Jana bought her that one and she started laying in it and grooming it ... maybe she's lonely now that all the other cats are gone?
Definitely. I think a trip to the shelter is in order. (You knew I'd say that.) :-)
Crystal, maybe she is lonely...why not adopt a companion for this lovely cat? Or two?You know, she looks like a Russian blue.
Paula, maybe I should adopt another cat, but I don't think I'll have any more pets after Kermit ... too painful when they get sick and die :-(
I think you and my son are cut from the same cloth, Crystal. His heart broke when Phyllis died, and he refused to even talk about getting another dog. We brought Howie home despite his protests, and though he refused to look at him for the first 20 minutes, once he did he fell head over heals in love with him. Since Howie came on Sunday, not only has he realized it's okay for him to care about another dog, he has also started talking about Phyllis without getting choked up.I think you need a labrador puppy. :-)
Hi M - yeah, I recognised a kindred spirit in Ben back when Phyllis was so sick (and you told us how he felt). I'm really glad he's able to feel better about her now, and that he has Howie :-)
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