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Pic of the Litter: Turley

Pic of the Litter: Turley

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Pic of the Litter: Turley

Turley

Turley

Breed Domestic shorthair

Favorite two-legged friend Me/Jeannine

Top Toy Wand and a tiny raggedy mouse.

Top Treat Crunchies

Biggest Turn On Rub-a-dubs (pets).

Biggest Turn Off Door knock, doorbell.

Famous feat Races me to the top of the stairs and waits for his rub-a-dubs. Also able to spot a spider, fly or gnat anywhere in the house.

Favorite Spot My chair and his birdwatching window.

Often Heard Phrase "You're so silly"

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