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Re: Happy Birthday Jim

Jim, a cat we had some years ago - a Siamese - used to play with a snake
regularly.  We would see her in the same place every day, up on a boulder.
She would toss it up in the air, and it would wrap itself around her body -
they would put on quite a ballet.  We were sure it was the same snake 
every day - they just had a thing going.  Maybe Squinty has formed an
attachment to this snake she is bringing you.

In a message dated 11/13/2006 4:36:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
Thanks, Donna. Don't know about the Garden Fairy, but Squinty brought 
me a snake this morning. Into the living room. Took several minutes to 
corral it and get it outside. Then, around noon, when I was out 
watering the tomatoes, she had another one. So I turned the hose on 
her, she jumped up in the air, and the snake escaped. I hope this is 
the end of it, but somehow doubt that.

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