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Re: Cats

They are very spoiled. Jake (the gray one) disappeared for two weeks 
in December. When he returned, he was thinner and dehydrated. He's 
okay now. i alson have an older cat (Tessa Heab) and a beagle (Parker 
James) It gets kindof crowded in the winter. They all help in the 
garden during the summer! edie

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Debi Schmitt <otisbird@f...> 
> I like Jake & Oscar.  They look well taken care of?


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