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Post by Sue Short on Fri Sep 21, 2012 10:00 pm



Ascot was my talker. I miss him. Sad
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Post by fluffnstuff on Sat Sep 22, 2012 9:46 am

Pugsley was a flame point Himalayian and he had pretty blue eyes. He wasn't much of a talker, but he knew to chew us out when we were going to slow to give him his canned food. Pugsley wasn't much of a climber and I think that was part of his breed.
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Post by fiffur on Sat Sep 22, 2012 11:27 am

While Bijoux is somewhat a talker when he feels like it, Fiffur was our really talkative kitty. He'd start conversations with you and keep on talking for over 15 minutes if you answered him.

We also had a dog when I was a kid who was a real talker. Sheltie/lhasa apso mix. She had a whole vocabulary of whines, woofs, mini yowls, barks, hhmmpphhs, and sounds I've never heard from another dog before or since. Really sounded like she was speaking in sentances in a foreign language. Her body language though was easily translated.

I hope that lil orange guy keeps his blue eyes gbste. He'd be a very unique lil looker. I've never seen an orangy kitty with blue eyes in my entire life.
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