Ribh

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My 'eldest' is a black and white moggy and he is my fur-baby. As much as I fantasise about getting a pure bred fancy cat in the future I think I will go for a rescue next. Apparently in the UK all-black cats take the longest to be adopted - as they do not photograph well :rolleyes:
Same here. My rescue friends are always promoting their black cats as they take ages to adopt. I'm not a black cat fancier myself but I have a B&W. I have taken to calling him *Killer Kirby*. If it moves, it's dead!
 

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I haven't a clue what you two are talking about! Please educate me...
I'm sorry, @Ali James . It's an Aussie in~joke to tease tourists with because everyone thinks everything here is out to kill them. Drop bears don't really exist. They are an imaginary, vicious relative of the koala bear.
 

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Brush Pile Intrigue

What are they plotting up there?
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Ned is going to be a big, beautiful boy. Such a pity you can't keep him as if he has his father's temperament he will be a wonderful rooster! Lucky is just gorgeous ~ & I think she know it. 😍
 

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