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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    Talking There ain't no cure for the WiFi blues?

    Hi I took this today, and decided it might amuse a few people?

    I have called it:

    "I won't ever get my head around this wireless technology"

    Anyone who wants to use it please feel free, as it is my own work.......... if I can get it to work
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    That is a huge cat man... and I couldn't help but notice that picture was dated 2 years in the future... PM me if you really have a time machine.
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    What a fantastic photo! I agree with westin - that is one mega puss. My own Lucy is very petite, and fussy with food - I don't suppose yours ever got to be that size by refusing food?
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    When you feed a cat bovine growth hormones, this must be the result. It looks like you can ride that cat.
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    'You weak minded fool. He's using an old Jedi mind trick.'
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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    Actually, I got him from an animal rescue home.............he is feral, and was found living wild in our National Football Stadium

    I guess he weighs about 24lbs these days.............. he cannot sit on my lap, even when I sit in an armchair..........he is too long.

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    Heh, at that kind of length, you have to wonder if he's got some tiger blood in him...

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    It's not so much his length as his width .... he almost looks artificial, like cat shaped carpet. You can't quite believe a cat can be that shape (but he's gorgeous).
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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    Hi Moira, actually he is pretty normally shaped for a cat, just pretty large.

    He does tend to twist himself into some very strange postures when he is asleep. In the picture he is actually partly curled up, and what looks like width is actually the loose skin he needs to allow him to fully stretch out.

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    Using the remote control as a pillow? Cats are strange creatures! Here are a couple of pictures of mine (OK, 3):

    http://tinyurl.com/ybabpu

    http://tinyurl.com/ymqm7a

    http://tinyurl.com/yjv64r
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