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Old November 1st 04, 09:29 PM
ScratchMonkey
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This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6 months
old and has just been spayed.

We found her while cleaning the yard. My roommate reached for a clod of
dirt next to a fence post and found it had fur and claws and teeth. Feral
momma had abandoned the runt of the litter because momma was too small to
take care of her whole brood.

I initially named her "Strike" because the marking on her side looks like
lightning in a storm. Then I decided on Harlequin for her facial markings,
and because I like the Joker's sidekick, Harley Quinn, and because she
sounds like a Harley-Davidson when she purrs.

The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my kitchen bay
window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when I'm watering and
harvesting. There's also some test shots for the Infinite Cat, but I still
need to take some shots to actually submit. (I didn't like the glare in
these.) A few show her with her favorite toy, a super ball that she guns
around the tile floor like a star soccer player. There's also a "guest
shot" you can click on to see my other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/
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Old November 1st 04, 09:46 PM
Skippy
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The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my kitchen
bay
window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when I'm watering and
harvesting. There's also some test shots for the Infinite Cat, but I still
need to take some shots to actually submit. (I didn't like the glare in
these.) A few show her with her favorite toy, a super ball that she guns
around the tile floor like a star soccer player. There's also a "guest
shot" you can click on to see my other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


I love those pictures. It also proves that there is absolutely nowhere to
hide a computer printer where a cat will not find it and sit on it.


--
Mike
The early bird gets the worm;
But the 2nd mouse gets the cheese!!
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/skippymjp/my_photos


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Old November 1st 04, 09:46 PM
Skippy
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The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my kitchen
bay
window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when I'm watering and
harvesting. There's also some test shots for the Infinite Cat, but I still
need to take some shots to actually submit. (I didn't like the glare in
these.) A few show her with her favorite toy, a super ball that she guns
around the tile floor like a star soccer player. There's also a "guest
shot" you can click on to see my other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


I love those pictures. It also proves that there is absolutely nowhere to
hide a computer printer where a cat will not find it and sit on it.


--
Mike
The early bird gets the worm;
But the 2nd mouse gets the cheese!!
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/skippymjp/my_photos


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Old November 1st 04, 10:11 PM
Magic Mood Jeep©
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ScratchMonkey wrote:
This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6
months old and has just been spayed.

We found her while cleaning the yard. My roommate reached for a clod
of dirt next to a fence post and found it had fur and claws and
teeth. Feral momma had abandoned the runt of the litter because momma
was too small to take care of her whole brood.

I initially named her "Strike" because the marking on her side looks
like lightning in a storm. Then I decided on Harlequin for her facial
markings, and because I like the Joker's sidekick, Harley Quinn, and
because she sounds like a Harley-Davidson when she purrs.

The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my
kitchen bay window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when
I'm watering and harvesting. There's also some test shots for the
Infinite Cat, but I still need to take some shots to actually submit.
(I didn't like the glare in these.) A few show her with her favorite
toy, a super ball that she guns around the tile floor like a star
soccer player. There's also a "guest shot" you can click on to see my
other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


What a beauty. Love the neat division on her face - half black and half
tortie - divided neatly down the middle of her nose! It always amases me
when that happens.

--?
The ONE and ONLY
lefthanded-pathetic-paranoid-psychotic-sarcastic-wiseass-ditzy
former-blonde in Bloomington! (And proud of it, too)© email me at
nalee1964 (at) insightbb (dot) com
http://community.webshots.com/user/mgcmdjeep



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Old November 1st 04, 10:11 PM
Magic Mood Jeep©
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ScratchMonkey wrote:
This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6
months old and has just been spayed.

We found her while cleaning the yard. My roommate reached for a clod
of dirt next to a fence post and found it had fur and claws and
teeth. Feral momma had abandoned the runt of the litter because momma
was too small to take care of her whole brood.

I initially named her "Strike" because the marking on her side looks
like lightning in a storm. Then I decided on Harlequin for her facial
markings, and because I like the Joker's sidekick, Harley Quinn, and
because she sounds like a Harley-Davidson when she purrs.

The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my
kitchen bay window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when
I'm watering and harvesting. There's also some test shots for the
Infinite Cat, but I still need to take some shots to actually submit.
(I didn't like the glare in these.) A few show her with her favorite
toy, a super ball that she guns around the tile floor like a star
soccer player. There's also a "guest shot" you can click on to see my
other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


What a beauty. Love the neat division on her face - half black and half
tortie - divided neatly down the middle of her nose! It always amases me
when that happens.

--?
The ONE and ONLY
lefthanded-pathetic-paranoid-psychotic-sarcastic-wiseass-ditzy
former-blonde in Bloomington! (And proud of it, too)© email me at
nalee1964 (at) insightbb (dot) com
http://community.webshots.com/user/mgcmdjeep



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Old November 2nd 04, 12:24 AM
Jeanette
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ScratchMonkey wrote in message
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This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6 months
old and has just been spayed.


The pictures are from newest to oldest.
http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


Oh, the incredible shrinking cat! She's gorgeous, she's more than repaid
your kindness!

Jeanette


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Old November 2nd 04, 12:24 AM
Jeanette
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ScratchMonkey wrote in message
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This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6 months
old and has just been spayed.


The pictures are from newest to oldest.
http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


Oh, the incredible shrinking cat! She's gorgeous, she's more than repaid
your kindness!

Jeanette


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Old November 2nd 04, 12:35 AM
Christina Websell
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She's a darling. I just love how her face is marked. Like in half.

Tweed





"ScratchMonkey" wrote in message
. ..
This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6 months
old and has just been spayed.

We found her while cleaning the yard. My roommate reached for a clod of
dirt next to a fence post and found it had fur and claws and teeth. Feral
momma had abandoned the runt of the litter because momma was too small to
take care of her whole brood.

I initially named her "Strike" because the marking on her side looks like
lightning in a storm. Then I decided on Harlequin for her facial markings,
and because I like the Joker's sidekick, Harley Quinn, and because she
sounds like a Harley-Davidson when she purrs.

The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my kitchen
bay
window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when I'm watering and
harvesting. There's also some test shots for the Infinite Cat, but I still
need to take some shots to actually submit. (I didn't like the glare in
these.) A few show her with her favorite toy, a super ball that she guns
around the tile floor like a star soccer player. There's also a "guest
shot" you can click on to see my other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/



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Old November 2nd 04, 12:35 AM
Christina Websell
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She's a darling. I just love how her face is marked. Like in half.

Tweed





"ScratchMonkey" wrote in message
. ..
This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6 months
old and has just been spayed.

We found her while cleaning the yard. My roommate reached for a clod of
dirt next to a fence post and found it had fur and claws and teeth. Feral
momma had abandoned the runt of the litter because momma was too small to
take care of her whole brood.

I initially named her "Strike" because the marking on her side looks like
lightning in a storm. Then I decided on Harlequin for her facial markings,
and because I like the Joker's sidekick, Harley Quinn, and because she
sounds like a Harley-Davidson when she purrs.

The pictures are from newest to oldest. The first few are of my kitchen
bay
window with my basil planter. She likes to supervise when I'm watering and
harvesting. There's also some test shots for the Infinite Cat, but I still
need to take some shots to actually submit. (I didn't like the glare in
these.) A few show her with her favorite toy, a super ball that she guns
around the tile floor like a star soccer player. There's also a "guest
shot" you can click on to see my other special girl.

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/



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Old November 2nd 04, 12:43 AM
Elise
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"ScratchMonkey" wrote in message
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This is my little rescue from late April. She's now a little over 6 months
old and has just been spayed.

snip

http://www.sewingwitch.com/harley/


She's a beauty and looks to be quite the hoolikitten too!

--
Elise (supervised by Gossamer & Jeeves)
dragonandthistle at snet dot net


 




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