Womancat Wednesday with Sisters Dolly and Sascha

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Brian's Home.  Adopt cats, we deserve it! Womancat Whisker Humps with Sister Dolly

Brian's Home.  Adopt cats, we deserve it! Womancat Wordless with Wild Thing Sister Sascha

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Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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30 thoughts on “Womancat Wednesday with Sisters Dolly and Sascha

  1. Marg

    You two sure are looking might good today. I see you found a nice bag to hang out in Sascha. You all have a terrific day.

  2. Sammy

    Sure looks like a comfy bag you found there Sascha……and I see Dolly is occupying the egg! Enjoy your day girls….

    Hugs, Sammy

  3. Deziz World

    You girlys are sooooooo bootyful. Dat furst foto looks like a painting. Luv it. We sure hope all is well with ya’ll. Big hugs to all.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  4. Mark's Mews

    You girls are both looking lovely today.

    BTW, about that news report of dogs mouth becoming infested with ladybugs… Snopes says there are 2 known cases (2008 and 2015) of a dog eating ladybugs, some becoming trapped in the dog’s thick mouth mucus, but it is not actually something for pet owners to worry about.

    From my own knowledge of lady bugs, it must have been from an Integated Pest Management farm release (because there just aren’t that many of them that I dog would find otherwise) and the decaying insects released some toxins. I have to suspect that the 2 dogs weren’t getting enough water to drink to have such thick mucus. Also, there are several kinds of similar-looking spotted beetles, some of wihich predate on harmful insects like aphids and some which merely eat out plants, some of which seem to have protective toxins. Just wanted to relieve the concerns of some of the readers. ~ MARK

  5. Kitties Blue

    Sascha, darling, are you mad at someone? Don’t think we’ve ever seen you with your ears back like that. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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