I wish I could train my cats to do that!
We spend a lot of time grooming each other, too. We find that we end up with hairballs, though. Maybe, we should tell some hairball stories.. Meowwww
My siamese girls do that alot too. I really need to remember about Cat Blogging. I just have to post a note to myself on the computer. Beautiful kitties.
Now those are some real American beauties!
hmmmmmm....no pets here....unless I count my son.
I can't believe I did this, but I actually posted a photo of my cat on my blog. Probably a once in a lifetime event, but the photo was just too cool. I blame you for this, Alicia! LOL
Alicia, I just wanted to stop by and thank you for that excellent rant/comment you left in my comments today. OUTSTANDING!Thanks for coming to my defense. I don't take Chris too seriously, because even though he has a habit of letting his temper rule his thought process, I do think he's a decent, if misguided, guy. Thanks again for the GREAT comment!!
You're so welcome, Wanda - I always love what you have to say, and I'm right there with you. I agree with you about Chris, which is why I bother to respond to his comments. Although he can be heated with his viewpoint (as are we!) he at least attempts a real dialogue, (unlike some we could name) which is the only thing that will save us in the end. But he accepts certain things as fact, like the presence of WMD, which I do not.There's where the belief system comes in, because we're both taking these things on faith - since neither one of us has been to Iraq or been personally privy to any of this. At that point, you decide whose information you choose to trust. He chooses Faux talking points and Rush rhetoric. I do not. His idea of what is factual is completely different from mine. So there you have it, I guess...let's see where it goes from here.
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