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    Kitty too big, or box too small?

    We offered Olive a little (literally) challenge, and she accepted i

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    Willa (5/1/1997-3/17/2018)

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    Hmmmmmm.... how to make this work.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by phesina View Post
    Hmmmmmm.... how to make this work.....

    You can almost see the wrinkles on her forehead, because she's thinking so hard about it!
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    Oh my goodness, Olive ... I think the box is a tad small. If it is going to be a hiding spot you might need one that is just a bit larger. Could you please have mum give you and everybody a pat or two for me.
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    That picture is hilarious! Olive really looks like she is thinking long and hard on how to solve the size problem.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Randi View Post
    That picture is hilarious! Olive really looks like she is thinking long and hard on how to solve the size problem.
    And she's trying every day!
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    So cute! My cats ignore boxes unless there is stuff in them.... kinda weird eh???

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