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    Heres my young curious cat helping me do my morning stretches
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    Looks like stretches are your cat's favorite time of the day flying.

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    I love natural eared dobermans! I was working on starting a doberman and german shepherd rescue in indiana. It's on hold currently because of more pressing life issues. I love both breeds and they have a lot of similarities, most notably the incorrect poor reputations. There is no IN dobie rescue, and currently the only GSD rescue here is Echo for white GSDs. I don't know if there was a dobie rescue at some point, we had central IN GSD rescue years ago but they had to close down.
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    My brother rescued a German Shepperd. Young sweet dog. Very long and lanky. And very turf. I say turf because my brother came home and was backing around to park. His other dog and the German Shepard were barking at the pickup. Well of course he was going very slow when he ran clear over the german Shepperd. Got out thinking about vet bills, but the dog was fine. My brother rubbed the mud off of the dogs rib cage and the dog just sat there like it was nothing. One turf dog.
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    Elvis trying to help with my paperwork.

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    I know she isn't the prettiest cat, but she has been good company for 10 years.

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    Did you spill some ink on his nose. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
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    Someone said it looks like she got into a can of black paint. My daughter's friend's dog found her under a porch on a cold Oct night. She was a couple months old and very sick with bronchitis. Much of her fur fell out and her eye was infected. The vet gave her a 50% chance of surviving. She is very timid, but sticks to me like velcro.

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    I think she's very pretty! I love her markings.

    My cats love to "help" with paperwork, reading, or laptops as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaT View Post
    I know she isn't the prettiest cat, but she has been good company for 10 years.
    Aww, I think she is adorable!

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