Loc: New Hampshire
Cat door retro-fitted with garage door opener.<br><br>Confused guests constantly mistaking him for a<br>beanbag chair.<br><br>Fifteen month gestation period, and<br>still no kittens.<br><br>No longer cleans self unless coated<br>in Cheese Whiz.<br><br>Catfood dish replaced with a trough.<br><br>Luxurious, shiny black fur replaced<br>with mint green polyester pantsuit.<br><br>It's no longer safe to lift him<br>without a spotter.<br><br>She only catches mice that get trapped<br>in her gravitational pull.<br><br><br><br>[color:red]a dyslexic agnostic insomniac is somebody that stays up all night wondering if there really is a dog</font color=red>
As JohnnyCat said, I think she is overfed from all the mice that get caught in her gravitational pull. See, she has her tongue out picking off one that is stuck to her neck. Or at least the place where her neck used to be.<br><br>Paul Morrison ... truth should never get in the way of a good story
#4956 - 04/23/0211:06 AMRe:I know this is old but ...
We had a cat that was just about as big at the one in the picture, sure looked a lot like that when he was on his back. He was a Maine Coon. They are a big breed anyway, but old Hobie was even bigger than the norm. At one point he ballooned up to almost 30 lbs. He was blind for most of his life unfortunately. But, he lived to the age of 15 and had to be put to sleep about 2 years ago. We still have two other cats.<br><br>
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