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    So, thanks to the scuba clasp I can wear a watch. This one.

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    Exciting day, TThis roughly nine week old monster will be joining our household this afternoon.
    He is a manx and a street cat rescue.

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    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    So, thanks to the scuba clasp I can wear a watch. This one.

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    Exciting day, TThis roughly nine week old monster will be joining our household this afternoon.
    He is a manx and a street cat rescue.

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    Double hurrah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Double hurrah!

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    With any luck pics and video to follow.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    My own (late to the party) Balboa Eiger for a tardy Funky Friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    So, thanks to the scuba clasp I can wear a watch. This one.

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    Exciting day, TThis roughly nine week old monster will be joining our household this afternoon.
    He is a manx and a street cat rescue.

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    Congrats Hank, I'm choosing the CC and the Manx this week, great to see you wearing a watch again. We had a Manx cat called Tammy when I was very young, I remember she was quite a character and used to get very concerned if anyone had a bath, she would walk around the rim of the bath meowing. The only other cat we had that came close personality wise, was a Rag Doll..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim. View Post
    Congrats Hank, I'm choosing the CC and the Manx this week, great to see you wearing a watch again. We had a Manx cat called Tammy when I was very young, I remember she was quite a character and used to get very concerned if anyone had a bath, she would walk around the rim of the bath meowing. The only other cat we had that came close personality wise, was a Rag Doll..
    We have had two other manx's, though Cracker was also half ragdoll. Both had huge personalities and were quite smart. Well, Squeaky was super intelligent and Cracker was clever and crafty.
    Here's the little guy. So far he and Dickens are getting along fine. I assume mayhem will ensue within the next couple of days and may carry on for the next ten to fifteen years.

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    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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