Sleeper

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30

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Maybe I should get up.
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Hunt a bird.
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Chase a butterfly.
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Yeah.
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But seriously.
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No.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 30, 2015  

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  1. 7-30
    1:58
    pm

    Good morning, Buttercup! Lookin’ good! Excuse me for waking you up…

  2. 7-31
    9:31
    am

    I just love this cat! I’d like to sit on the porch with him in my lap. Pretty kitty.

  3. 8-1
    12:51
    am

    Me too brendyblue

  4. 8-1
    12:56
    am

    I wrote the above comment then remembered, I had a cat very much like him. Her name was smudge because of the one on her nose. She was adorable and liked to get under the covers with me every night. If I happened to not invite her she would stand on the pillow and cry and paw the covers until I let her under. He reminds me of her and she was such a love but should have been named tattler. When her brother did something he wasn’t suppose to she would stand and meow at him until I found where he was. But then she would tell on anyone who was in need of being told on.

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