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Upcoming Events: I Love My Cat day

As you are probably well aware, I looooooove my cat! Are you a cat person, too? Let's have an "I Love My Cat" Day! I got this fun idea from Alycia over at The Curious Pug and I just love it! So send me a photo of you and your cat and I'll be posting them all this coming Monday (March 5th). What a great way to get rid of the Monday blahs by looking at our cute kitten friends!

You can email your photos to: desertrose0601 {at} gmail {dot} com. Please include:
  1. your name
  2. your blog address (so I can link back to you and give you credit for your photo!)
I can't wait to see you and your cute little friend! :D


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  1. I really, REALLY love cats! But my mum doesn't. So she doesn't allow me to keep one as a pet. So sad. But as soon as I have my own place, I'll fill my house with cats and kittens. Maybe I'll make a kind of cat kingdom? I think I'll be a crazy cat lady someday. Haha :p

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