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Subject: Re: [Leica] Too late for Cat Photos/LUG Animal Lovers
From: "Karina Klaas" <>
Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 12:55:47 +0800
References: <000801c1f894$f5794be0$a205070c@pcr>

Aram, nice cat is identical in colouring to my own recently
adopted kitten.

I am amazed at how many animal lovers LUG has, I thought I was the only one
that went bananas over my pets (thinking I was suffereing from some delayed
parental affection, my daughter, Pharyn, being very grateful for escaping my
smothering attention).

It is wonderful to know there are so many that love their
furry kids.

Perth is having the "Million Paws March" next Sunday -
I am arming myself with my M6 (reducing risk of being eaten alive after F5)
and hope to post some PAWS (pun

Watch this space for a bit tongue smear over my Noctilux lens - Ted, may
have to use that filter after all. :-)


- ----- Original Message -----
From: "Aram Langhans" <>
To: "leica users group" <>
Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2002 10:37 AM
Subject: [Leica] Too late for Cat Photos????

> I have been having some connection problems lately so I could never get
> these photos posted.  I finally succeeded, but the thread is dead.  My my
> poor cat deserves some attention from the LUG.  After our original cat
> at age 19 we said no more animals.  We lasted about two years, when the
> neighbors bought a cat called Munchie.  Such a nice kitten.  He seemed to
> like it better at our house because their grandkids terrorized him, and he
> is rather chicken.  He spent his first winter in our yard or on our roof.
> It was often zero (F).  We still had a few remnants of cat things so he
> enjoyed playing with them.  We thought this was the best of both worlds.
> Not tied down to a cat yet we could enjoy a cat often.  He spent more time
> at our house than his.  I would bring him home, but he would be back
> Finally the neighbor told my wife he was sick of that cat.  It was mean,
> and scratched his grandkids (who were terrorizing it) and he was going to
> take it out and shoot it.
> Needles to say, we have owened Munchie for the past 8 years.  He is still
> very skittish and will most likely never grow out of it.  He was quite
> curious, but very afraid of the dust mop when he was a kitten.
> While not too smart, he is full of fun.  He runs around the yard with me
> like a dog.  He helps me take pictures.  I was taking some photos of some
> bleeding hearts and I thought the wind had finally stopped and the plant
> jumped all over the place.  I looked down, and there was Munchie.
> Close up of the crazy cat.
> Thanks for looking.  Comments welcome.
> This message is made of 100% recycled electrons.  No new atoms were
> destroyed in making it.
> Aram Langhans
> Science Teacher, Naches High School
> 101 W. 5th. St / P. O. Box 159
> Naches, WA 98937
> "Science Rules"
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