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Old 03-08-2008, 11:19 PM   #1
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Cassie & my Polar Bears
I woke up this morning to find my cat, Cassie nestled in and around the Polar Bears I keep on my bed. She snuggles in among them to sleep when it's chilly.

I woke up to snow yesterday, and it's 90% gone today.

She will lay there when I'm knitting and watch me from there. She has finally learned that if I'm knitting, it's safer there, especially when I'm trying a new pattern. lol

She also has been known to put me to sleep by purring by my head if I'm having trouble falling asleep. She is priceless. I saved her from a rescue center, she had about 3hrs left.
She has been a part of my life for 3.5 yrs. I can't imagine not having her. She can be agrivating, but I wouldn't have it any other way!
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Old 03-08-2008, 11:53 PM   #2
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AAAAAAAAWWWWWWW! How cute! And good for you rescuing her
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Aww, what a sweetie!
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She certainly knows how to make herself comfortable. That is a cute picture.
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How adorable!!! Rescue animals just seem to know that they were rescued, don't they?!
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oh sweet sweet!! our fur babies are precious and give us so much!!
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Oh, how warm and snuggly she looks. Bless you for rescuing her!
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I rescued her.. yes.. but she has given more than you can imagine. She loves petting, attention, and has NEVER had an accident. She is sweet, and I am so grateful to her. Her babysitter when I'm out of town spoils her more than me. She is a treasure.
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i am late to this post
but i needed a feel good feeling
and this did the trick
beautiful picture and a lovely kitty
they do know when they are special
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Awwww...how adorable!

I truly believe that animals know when they have been rescued. They make the best pets! All three of mine are amazing animals.

I'm so glad she brings you such joy!!

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