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[Apr. 5th, 2009|07:31 pm]
Listen in, listen Ian!
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Bloody Hell.

I went to the Cats' Protection, and I'm going to adopt a pair of almost identical tabbies. They're currently called Fat Boy and Baby Girl but that's going to change, I can tell you that. I'm currently thinking of Spike and Lynda. They have to send someone round to look at the flat next week, so I should get them not long after that. They're brother and sister, just one year and two months old. Or was it two years and one month? One or the other. The boy one's got a bit of a heart murmur unfortunately, so at some point he'll require medication for that. Poor thing. I'm v excited though.

And now I'm watching lambs being born on the telly. Baby lambs! Aw.

[User Picture]From: kiss_me_quick
2009-04-05 06:42 pm (UTC)
Spike & Lynda would be ACE!
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[User Picture]From: myfirstkitchen
2009-04-05 06:48 pm (UTC)
Ha, I was about to say that!
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[User Picture]From: several_bees
2009-04-05 10:42 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: sevenwindmills
2009-04-05 07:04 pm (UTC)
oh god, I watched those baby lambs. Especially the bit where he put the big glove on and pushed it back in, so he could get the legs, while tying cord onto the head, to be able to get it out again.

I know what I'll be dreaming about tonight. Oh woe.
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[User Picture]From: oldbloke
2009-04-05 09:15 pm (UTC)
Local farmer took a lamb into Jack's school last week, for the kids to see.

Jack's take?
"A REAL FARMER with a lamb"
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[User Picture]From: offensive_mango
2009-04-05 09:17 pm (UTC)
Anya's brother is a tabby named Spike.
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[User Picture]From: ruudboy
2009-04-05 09:19 pm (UTC)
I knew that. But I figured they're unlikely to meet, causing confusion.
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[User Picture]From: strange_powers
2009-04-06 08:29 am (UTC)
I know you've got prior experience, so you already know the pervasive good feeling you get from just having animals around. For all the nuisances of cleaning litter trays and dealing with stinking food, just having a little cat wander up to me and sit as closely as possible, and then go to sleep purring and knowing that it's safe with me - a comparatively huge creature of an entirely different species - makes me feel extremely happy.
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[User Picture]From: freya_bean
2009-04-06 10:26 am (UTC)
Yay for Cat Karma :)
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