[HNW] Re: H-needlework Digest, Cat fur?? lol
radei at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 9 15:22:43 PST 2004
Sorry to hear about you kiddy.
My black and white Marmalade only wants to play with the yard when I am not.
It is the Rottweiler I can't keep out of my work<g>. And the Bird only
want to get involved when I have beads out, they do love the Sparkellie<2
cockateils 15 and 6, and a keet who is the baby, only 2>.
Don't know where I'd be without my critters, they keep me going.
>From: Sue Clemenger <mooncat at in-tch.com>
>Reply-To: mooncat at in-tch.com, Historic Needlework
><h-needlework at ansteorra.org>
>To: Historic Needlework <h-needlework at ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [HNW] Re: H-needlework Digest, Cat fur?? lol
>Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2004 08:50:40 -0700
>Oooh, *sad sniff.* I'm sorry to hear about your sweet kitty. Decisions
>like that are the hardest and worstest part of being a responsible pet
>person. 19 years old! Golly! I bet you miss her!
>--sue, off to give her kitties an extra hug ;o)
>(obligatory needlework content: When finished with a piece of embroidery, I
>always seem to have to go after the imbedded cat hairs with a pair of
>Slcarroll517 at aol.com wrote:
>> I forgot to add that I had to laugh at the mention of cat hair as
>>specialty fibers. I agree, wholeheartedly. My kitties enjoy my handiwork
>>right along side of me. I am grieving now, as I had to put my dear friend
>>Nibby, my 19 yr old Siamese, to sleep, as she'd had a stroke and could no
>>longer eat or stand. Please keep me in your prayers and good thoughts. I
>>miss her dearly. I have another kitty, Cricket, who's also missing her
>>pal, and continues to contribute to my specialty fibers stash.
>> hugs, Susie
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