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Re: Re: GingerBread Ornie.Recipes

Your cat dies?  How many cats have you gone through and why are you still building cat-killing displays?

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> Actually the cats would get used to it and just ignore it. Mine dies, 
> although when I am doing the front window display he parks himself in 
> his favorite window spot.... appears he is reserving his space LOL! 
> Maybe Holli will post some of her pictures.... now she is the creative one! 
> Donna 
> > 
> > My cats would have a ball in your house! Donna, you are a very creative 
> > woman. 
> > zem 
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