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Loki Being Bad

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    Being a cat has certain benefits!

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    Yes, Loki appears to have carefully worked to get into exactly the right position for some quickly approaching celestial event. An incoming message, perhaps. Or it could be that the world critically needed to be tilted just a little at that moment to avoid disaster, and Loki knew he was the only one close by who could do it. We can only thank goodness that he was in the right place at the right time.

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    I think that was the evening of a lunar eclipse!

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    He is an eagle in another life, adorable baby.

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    cool!!!
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    Enjoying the sun this morning. I merged some old threads I had scattered around here of my cat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by haopee View Post
    Oh my gosh. That's Loki when he was small? He's a bobbed Manx. They're so adorable! Do they try to hypnotize you with their eyes and manipulate you into giving them food? LOL.

    Happy Gotcha Day, Loki.

    It's good that Hans and Loki go along well. Speaking of, who's the more dominant of the two? Often times, when a dog and cat co-habituate, the more dominant one would be the cat and not the dog.

    I have also noticed that you have a thing for gray and silver.
    That type of Manx rear is called a stumpy and immobile FYI.

    Of course the cat would be more dominant. You know what they always say, "Cats rule, dogs drool."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha1 View Post
    Thanks, we never got to meet her in person, as the breeder had a big ranch and the cats roamed all over the place.
    How many cats did the breeder have? Are the Manxes and Cymrics there bred separately for show purposes?

    Gretel is beautiful. I always wanted a tortoiseshell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatMom1994 View Post
    That type of Manx rear is called a stumpy and immobile FYI.

    Of course the cat would be more dominant. You know what they always say, "Cats rule, dogs drool."
    I think he's considered a rumpy, he has no stump at all, that little puff of hair is just from his sitting down, it pushes it up to look like a stump, but there's nothing there. The breeder didn't breed for show, he didn't have that many cats or kittens, but he did have short haired and long haired Cymrics, mine is a medium haired but very thick. He no longer breeds cats.

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