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That reminds me of someone I know! What is it about orange cats? They have some weird sociabiity gene. Whenever we have folks and/or dogs over, Mr. B is right in the middle of the party saying hello to everyone.
Great capture of the story-in-pictures.
I had a dog who visited the neighbor cat every dayAnd kissed through the fence
Awwwww.When are you going to get Sophie a younger sibling? I have a friend whose beloved doggie is getting up there in years. He brought a new puppy into the household and the old doggie has become very paternal and is more active and seems generally peppier. It's convinced me that if -- when -- I have a doggie (I must call them doggies, not dogs; just like I must call my 10-yr-old kitties kitties, not cats) I'm going to get him or her a late-life sib. Late-like kitty sibs don't always work out.
Sophie was so polite! And Miss Kitty is no wallflower. She's kind of in-your-face.
what a great picture-story!! and what good manners Sophie has! :o)big tummy rub and ear scratch to her!
Loved the story! I have a rather fluffy cat...Felix...and he cornered a standard poodle once. The poodle backed away and was shaking. Glad to know you encountered a friendly kitty.
Lisa, this kitty was very Bonkers-like. Though more interested in my attention than Sophie's.Thanks, bklyn!mbp, that's so cute.Pam, I thought about it, but she really is happier as a single dog. When I had a second poodle, it took her a really long time to accept him, and after he died she didn't really seem to miss him but was happy to have me to herself. And I still call her "puppy." :-)Betts, I was trying to tell the kitty he might want to reconsider (Sophie doesn't hear my "leave it" command so well anymore), but he insisted. Thanks, kimchi! She enjoyed her skritch!Aw, B&F! That's pathetically funny.