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This is Finley and he's awesome.  I rescued him back in November from the humane society.  Heart worm positive and just finished up his rest period.

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"Sir Purr"

My kids wanted a black kitten/cat like the panther mascot, but no shelter had one just a 3 legged cat that they wouldn't release cause he wasn't good for young kids. 

So we found this grey guy and kept the name, should of called him Houdini the way this F*cker can open doors and sealed containers. 

And that's how he sits at the counter when I'm cooking and just watches me.... WTF 

That's my son holding him up that long bastard 

 

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That is a big dude. I always had cats growing up. My fiance introduced me to dogs and I've been missing out.  They're great.  We have a couple cats too but they could be left alone forever and be just fine.

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Latte - the new addition.

We also have another cat named Cheetos but he is a dick and nobody loves him.

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I had 2 English Bulldogs but one was killed by his vet it's too painful to talk about but his sister is alive and well.

 

 

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Found at 6 months old at 30 lbs of skin and bones with a chain and rope secured around his neck with a Master padlock, "Master of Disaster" is scheduled for CCL surgery on his right rear leg on March 23. His left rear was done in September last year and he was cleared for all activities in early November.  Now 85 lbs and 6 years old.

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Master (Master of Disaster) finished his 8th week of rehab following TPLO (CCL) surgery on March 23. His x-rays Monday were all good and the bone is nearly healed. Although he was released by the vet, he's still restricted for another 4 weeks or so before we can begin to take him on longer walks and even think about letting run off-leash for any period of time. We'll start walking him on his favorite trails along the river, just a shorter version, and continue to build up the muscle.

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does this count?

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