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Re: OT - sign from above or no??

That sort of thing happens.  When I was a child, I named a kitten
Dr.Pepper, as that was a new and popular drink then.  A few 
months later Dr.Pepper produced a litter of kittens in the bottom
drawer of an old chifferobe where my grandmother stored all her
paper dress patterns.  
In a message dated 07/06/2007 9:39:19 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

Muffin sounds wonderful, warm and friendly.  However, once you get to know 
her she may strike you as something else.  Be open to it.
I named my oldest grey cat, Jack, as in One Eyed Jack because he had only 
one open eye.  Then the vet fixed it.  What to do?  He became Jackson Greye 
because he wasn't browne.

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