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post #18254 of (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 11:23 AM
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A word about shaving cats...Their skin is VERY thin and delicate and some groomers have knack of keeping a cat quiet during the process, others don't. Try to find someone who is experienced and good at keeping the cat's stress levels down. Your cat's age plus a recent move makes it not ideal, but if she needs it....well, it is what it is. Shaving a cat takes patient and careful, yet firm, handling.

Your newest puppy has such a cute grin, and those teeth poking out really maximize his charm. Is he sitting up on his own already? I've lost track of his age, but it sure looks like it in your picture.

WHAT is Radar watching on the telly?

Edited to add: Nolan was born in mid-September???? Where the heck does time go? Shoot, he should be walking soon. Life with baby is definitely in for another change.

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