Many fish bites if you got good bait.

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5 Responses to “Catfishing”

  1. Pat O’Brien Says:

    That looks irresistible to a cat. Our dog Beau, who returned to the source 14 years ago, would love living at your digs. One his best pals was Tai Tai the cat.

    • Shawn Says:

      Tai Tai! We had a Tai Tai in our home while I was growing up. He was a great cat. He passed on in about 1974.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Field Marshal Turkish von Turkenstein (commander, 1st Feline Home Defense Force) frequently employed the Rainbow Snake in his readiness exercises. Hard to believe he’s been gone for nearly two years. I keep expecting to hear him meowing outside the bedroom door.

    • Opus the Poet Says:

      My last Siamese was named Thai, he got mauled to death on the front porch by stray dogs back in the mid 80s. He was a strange cat who would jump shoulder-high to grab a potato chip out of my hand.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        The Turk was a fine leaper and climber as a young recruit. He spent a lot of time in the trees around our place in Bibleburg before we decided he shouldn’t roam untethered anymore.

        Once I saw him crouched at the base of the 6-foot redwood fence in our backyard. The neighbors had a tall bird feeder on their side, just a wee bit too close to the fence. Zoom, the Turk sprang straight up and snagged a bird off the damn thing. Whoever said white guys can’t jump never saw Turkish in his prime.

        Turk in a tree

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