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    Show your cat...

    I saw that we have a thread for dogs -- I thought I would give us an opportunity to share our feline friends. I have been surprised by the number of Porsche owners who own cats - I see a lot on Instagram

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    A magnificent duo- Are they Burmese?

    Had one years ago who loved to ride in my car. "Load up" was all I had to say and he would jump in. Miss him. One of the best friends I've ever had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haasman View Post
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    A magnificent duo- Are they Burmese?

    Had one years ago who loved to ride in my car. "Load up" was all I had to say and he would jump in. Miss him. One of the best friends I've ever had.
    Not exactly sure of the breeds - the one on the left appears to have some Burmese in her. We found the one on the right on the street as a kitten and the one on the left was adopted from a local shelter. Unfortunately, the black cats don't get adopted as often as colorful cats, so she was the oldest kitten in there.

    Wish I could get them to ride in the car, but don't think they would go for that -- so cool that yours did. My other passion besides Porsche's is music, and they always join me in the room when I listen to my records -- they seem to enjoy it.
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    Bill

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    not mine but our neighbours - sitting in our birdhouse waiting for some wings to fly in - it's a smart cat and a good hunter
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    ^ hope he doesnt get any of the birds you are attracting with your birdhouse! they are impressive hunters for sure. ours will catch about anything that moves - all these years of cats being domesticated didnt take much away from their hunting abilities.
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    My cat - “The Rocket”.
    Great shop cat - likes to have around the sheet metal section. He’s a kitten rescue and was continueslly bouncing arond his cage at the shelter. When we went into the room (in scrubs) to meet him he fell asleep in my wife’s lap - done deal. That was 12 years ago. Still a little on the ferrule side - except with me
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