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July 02, 2007


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The ancient Egyptians did in fact worship cats and as "Well Modulated Meow" clearly shows many humans still do. It seems to me that dogs represent the pack animal side of human nature and cats the independent side. The relationship of the human to either dogs or cats or both is dependent on the nature of the particular human. While I personally have always had a good relationship with both cats and dogs I believe that when I was young I was more of a pack animal and felt closer to dogs. Now that I am mature I am more in tune with cats.

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Both Baby and Tiny exemplify the proposition that some cats are of surpassing beauty and charm. Sam hasn't been too charming lately - but as to the beauty - he's right in the mix with your two beauties. And of course, the exquisite Tim and goomp's small one are both gorgeous as well!

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