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  #11  
Old October 30th 04, 04:45 AM
Heather
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"Adam" wrote in message
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Louise says this is too many words and so she is making me do it.

Bear, a smallish tomcat, had a black head and a brown body with black
stripes. He lived several houses away, maybe a quarter mile away, down
a steep hill. Every few days he would come over to the back yard,
courting Louise. If no one was in the yard, he would climb onto the
back porch and look through the window to see what was going on inside.
Then he would call Louise, softly and politely. If Louise was
interested, she would go over to him and they would rub noses, then sit
or lie several feet apart just looking at each other. Once they gave
their interpretation of the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet" as
"Bearmeo and Louisiette," with Bear sitting on a stepladder and Louise
on top of a window air conditioner. Louise told me they had been
secretly winkwinked, and mentioned something that I didn't quite catch
about Friar Laurence. He was the only cat that Louise ever actually

liked.

Then we found Bear dead next to a busy road, a half mile from his (and
Louise's) home.

Unca Adam
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Bear I not 4get u.

Louise


Louise, dat waz luvlee. Weez furry sorree weez dint git a chans tu meet
Bear. He must hav bin a wunnurful boycat tu attrakt yur attenshunz.

DaRennieKidz


  #12  
Old October 30th 04, 05:10 AM
Tabitha Kitten
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Then we found Bear dead next to a busy road, a half mile from his (and
Louise's) home.

Unca Adam
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Bear I not 4get u.

Louise



Oh, Louise, dis is so sad! I'm so furry sorry.

Tabitha
wiping a tear from her eye
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Old October 30th 04, 05:10 AM
Tabitha Kitten
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Then we found Bear dead next to a busy road, a half mile from his (and
Louise's) home.

Unca Adam
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Bear I not 4get u.

Louise



Oh, Louise, dis is so sad! I'm so furry sorry.

Tabitha
wiping a tear from her eye
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Old October 30th 04, 05:54 PM
Ray or Fran
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Many purrs for Bear's passage to the Bridge and for youze hurting heart
Louise. Weze so sorry for youze loss. And fangu Uncle Adam for telling us
somefing about Bear and honoring him at the Jellicle Ball.

Punkins & Puddi Cat

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Old October 30th 04, 05:54 PM
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Many purrs for Bear's passage to the Bridge and for youze hurting heart
Louise. Weze so sorry for youze loss. And fangu Uncle Adam for telling us
somefing about Bear and honoring him at the Jellicle Ball.

Punkins & Puddi Cat

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Old October 30th 04, 06:52 PM
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Adam wrote:

Louise says this is too many words and so she is making me do it.

Bear, a smallish tomcat, had a black head and a brown body with black
stripes. He lived several houses away, maybe a quarter mile away,
down a steep hill. Every few days he would come over to the back
yard, courting Louise. If no one was in the yard, he would climb onto
the back porch and look through the window to see what was going on
inside. Then he would call Louise, softly and politely. If Louise
was interested, she would go over to him and they would rub noses,
then sit or lie several feet apart just looking at each other. Once
they gave their interpretation of the balcony scene from "Romeo and
Juliet" as "Bearmeo and Louisiette," with Bear sitting on a stepladder
and Louise on top of a window air conditioner. Louise told me they
had been secretly winkwinked, and mentioned something that I didn't
quite catch about Friar Laurence. He was the only cat that Louise
ever actually liked.

Then we found Bear dead next to a busy road, a half mile from his (and
Louise's) home.

Unca Adam
==========
Bear I not 4get u.

Louise


We iz furry sorry tu heer dis, Louise, an we sends many purrs ov comfort.

Spike & Stormy

  #17  
Old October 30th 04, 06:52 PM
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Adam wrote:

Louise says this is too many words and so she is making me do it.

Bear, a smallish tomcat, had a black head and a brown body with black
stripes. He lived several houses away, maybe a quarter mile away,
down a steep hill. Every few days he would come over to the back
yard, courting Louise. If no one was in the yard, he would climb onto
the back porch and look through the window to see what was going on
inside. Then he would call Louise, softly and politely. If Louise
was interested, she would go over to him and they would rub noses,
then sit or lie several feet apart just looking at each other. Once
they gave their interpretation of the balcony scene from "Romeo and
Juliet" as "Bearmeo and Louisiette," with Bear sitting on a stepladder
and Louise on top of a window air conditioner. Louise told me they
had been secretly winkwinked, and mentioned something that I didn't
quite catch about Friar Laurence. He was the only cat that Louise
ever actually liked.

Then we found Bear dead next to a busy road, a half mile from his (and
Louise's) home.

Unca Adam
==========
Bear I not 4get u.

Louise


We iz furry sorry tu heer dis, Louise, an we sends many purrs ov comfort.

Spike & Stormy

  #18  
Old October 31st 04, 09:11 PM
Adam
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Many purrs for Bear's passage to the Bridge and for youze hurting heart
Louise. Weze so sorry for youze loss. And fangu Uncle Adam for telling us
somefing about Bear and honoring him at the Jellicle Ball.

Punkins & Puddi Cat



Fangu furry much. Wy evry1 'bandon me?

L.
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I never even got close enough to Bear to touch him, but I liked him and
I miss him too.

Unca Adam
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Old October 31st 04, 09:11 PM
Adam
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Many purrs for Bear's passage to the Bridge and for youze hurting heart
Louise. Weze so sorry for youze loss. And fangu Uncle Adam for telling us
somefing about Bear and honoring him at the Jellicle Ball.

Punkins & Puddi Cat



Fangu furry much. Wy evry1 'bandon me?

L.
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I never even got close enough to Bear to touch him, but I liked him and
I miss him too.

Unca Adam
  #20  
Old October 31st 04, 09:11 PM
Adam
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Adam wrote:

Louise says this is too many words and so she is making me do it.

Bear, a smallish tomcat, had a black head and a brown body with black
stripes. He lived several houses away, maybe a quarter mile away,
down a steep hill. Every few days he would come over to the back
yard, courting Louise. If no one was in the yard, he would climb onto
the back porch and look through the window to see what was going on
inside. Then he would call Louise, softly and politely. If Louise
was interested, she would go over to him and they would rub noses,
then sit or lie several feet apart just looking at each other. Once
they gave their interpretation of the balcony scene from "Romeo and
Juliet" as "Bearmeo and Louisiette," with Bear sitting on a stepladder
and Louise on top of a window air conditioner. Louise told me they
had been secretly winkwinked, and mentioned something that I didn't
quite catch about Friar Laurence. He was the only cat that Louise
ever actually liked.

Then we found Bear dead next to a busy road, a half mile from his (and
Louise's) home.

Unca Adam
==========
Bear I not 4get u.

Louise



We iz furry sorry tu heer dis, Louise, an we sends many purrs ov comfort.

Spike & Stormy


Fangu furry much! Da purrz help, a liddle.

L.
 




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