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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Gift for Mom

Enjoy your gift!


  1. Eeeeek! ... hate!, hate! snakes! Had a cat bring one in once and a couple kiddos who used to wrangle snakes for fun ... much to their mother's dismay. When I run across one, I am so fast in the other I direction I am sure I am a blur! .... nj

  2. Same here! Just hate snakes. This picture gives me the creeps, even though the cat is very pretty. I love tabbies. I almost hit a child with my purse once when he came at me with a 6 foot bull snake.

    My favorite tabby was a 23 lb. sweetie. More like a dog really. He couldn't catch anything because he was so fat.

    Hugs From Ella

  3. Ella has the key - keep the cats fat and happy!

  4. Wow, um, guess it shows we should show appreciation for the little things so that things don't get out of hand. :) Oh my goodness, not sure what it is about us women and snakes, but, EEEK! No thanks. :)

  5. OMG, yep, I'm with the others, no thanks! lol


  6. What a kind little
    love Jan, xx

  7. this is why i don't have a cat.

  8. Aww...he is just sharing his conquest...but keep it far away from me.
    hugs abby

  9. Never had a cat. A long time ago someone we knew had a large snake (can't remember what sort of snake) and I held it and had it around my neck. Wished I'd had a picture taken.


  10. Lol, I have been that mom to cats, kids and dogs! Our boxers have brought us plenty.

    "Hey, mommy, look what we caught!"

    "Yeah, um, you guys know mommy really does NOT like snakes, right?"

    Though I have to say I'm much better than I used to be!


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