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    My Fire!

    I had my human pets light the fire I have the next bit of wood ready to put it on Oh! Yeah "Biscuits" in control......
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    Just moving into summer here so fires don't happen much...just laid in a stock of firewood and it's seasoning for winter. Right now we're suffering from cold windy days too, not the kind to take out a 5.56 long range rifle and try to make bullets go to the target, have to take the .308 I guess... Raining hard today would make it a good day to go. Looks like Biscuits is cozy enough but he needs a cat bed there...
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    Some sunshine here since a few minutes ago... It was time!
    Yes, Biscuits needs a cat bed. Or a pillow...
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    What's that saying "dogs have people and cats have staff?". Looks all nice and comfy there. Frank

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    I had to look a bit closer at first - for a moment I thought you were feeding old smle sporter forends into the fire (the color of the wood tricked me up) - obviously time for some new glasses..

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    Sacrilege one never burns the furniture its just too SMLE E and smokes allot.....................

    Hey Ovidio he has pillows us! lol he is true to his breed a very cuddly cat, Siamese thrive on attention and if you ignore them well be prepared to here that meow that sets them apart from the good old moggy, I tell the cat off and it retorts back at me in its p*ssed off chorus go figure! I pay for all your food cat!

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