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Meet Noona and Sammy:
Those look to be of a suspiciously adoptable age. Are these permanent?
Oh they are indeed adorable. Foster babies?
Looks like the best kind of trouble, 2X. I think Greg is trying to keep them ‘temporarily’ – why he’s so reluctant to commit to such balls of fluff I haven’t learned…
I’ve heard rumors of allergies.
These cats were rescued by one of Amanda’s students, but that family had already made plans to go away for a week or so. We’re basically watching them until next Sunday.
Both Julia and I have had some alergies to some cats, but by no means all. In fact, cats with really short hair seem to be the problem. Julia has a cat (a large killer male named “pretty” … don’t mess with “pretty”) at her mom’s house, with no problem.
My last temporary/on probation kitty died at the age of about 20. At his temporary home. This is a slippery slope.
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