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Friday, August 29, 2014

Good Eye Contact



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  1. Sharp intake of breath. I used to have a cat who looked just like Marmalade! He was called Winnie. Winnie the Pooh for short. Yes, I did get that the right way round. Quite took my breath away! xx

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    1. You did get it right? haha. I was thinking Winnie the Pooh, Winnie for short!

      Did he take his paw and move your face so you were looking in his eyes? lol....

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  2. And is he patting your arm besides?

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    1. I don't remember that part, haha.. ..I was just glad his claws weren't out!

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    2. I had a caterpillar looking at me this afternoon.
      :0)

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    3. My cat's touch my arm when they want my attention.

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  3. ha.
    well certainly knows how to get attention eh?
    smiles.

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    1. Yes, the direct approach is best! lol....

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  4. Does he wake you at 3am to feed him? Dinky does! Does he wait until you get back into bed and then want to go out? Dinky does! (No cat flap here). Does he pull open the fridge door to see if there is any fish in there? Dinky does!

    If the answer is "no" to those questions, do you want to do a swap?

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    1. I'm afraid the answer is no to all four of those questions. :)

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    2. Keith, I am laughing so hard. I want to use this as an idea for a children's book.

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    3. I had a feeling you would ask that! :-)

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  5. Oh, that is too funny. Laughing! What an expression! I love ginger beasties.

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    1. He's special here, being the only one...really makes him stand out! haha.

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  6. I always believe in good eye contact . . . they are the windows of our souls and we can connect and communicate so well . . . somehow not just words but emotions and things written on our hearts. I wonder if Marmalade experiences similar communication.
    Love the photo and the caption and what big attentive pupils . . . . :)

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  7. Ahh ! These eyes, big eyes! The cats are something special Im sure!

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  8. HaHa...love your captions. We had a huge white cat (Manana) who would come up on my chest each morning at 6 AM on the dot, and stare me in the eye, and gently pat my cheek ~ she was my alarm clock and she did that for years.

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    1. Slate does something similar ....He of all of our cats seems to know our routine and wants to be a part of it.

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  9. Aw - that's cute, Betsy. It looks like she is holding on to your arm as she says this. haha!

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    1. It was so funny...he really wanted me to look at him!

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  10. What an assertive little miss! She looks really full of beans. I always wanted an orange kitty. They seem to have special feisty personalities. Lynne in NC

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    1. haha....maybe just like human red heads!

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    2. Yes~! haha...except our Lauren isn't like that..she's the opposite, even with her red hair!

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    3. Grinning. I was speaking about THIS redhead!

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    4. What the heck is "fesity" - I was so feisty I was too quick to press "publish." Ha!

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    5. Yes, I knew you were talking about yourself. :)

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  11. haha when you see the paw, listen up
    Or out comes the claw and crash goes the coffee cup

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    1. Yes, don't have to tell me twice!
      I'll pay attention and escape the slice!

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  12. Hi Betsy! Marmalade is cute~what an intense gaze~
    Thanks for visiting and commenting about my childhood photos from the lake and Ella's chair. John has been very sick but is better now. Hope to be back blogging soon! I appreciate you taking time to visit. Wishing you and yours a happy weekend.

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  13. I know that look- up close and personal..meaning would you please get up and feed me!!

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