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June 15, 2007



Kona coffee beans and French press. Five of the most beautiful words in the English language.

I am more of a dog person myself, but that is one truly eccentric character sketch you have created. Well done.


So many textures and colors in your story. You've created a world that I would love to dive into and hang out in. Kitties, kitties everywhere and only Kona to drink!


Loved this!! Especially the descriptions--so apt---of the river of cats who follow to the kitchen, singing in their many individual voices. What a wonderful place to live and love and raise dozens of kitties. Loved that coffee too. Make me a cup too please.


I hope it's not true and that the lover isn't yet another cat!


Good story!
32 does seem like a bit many - I enjoy my one - but he sure does seem happy.


"I am a Cat Man with bunnies as companions I find comfort in my purple boots, soft velvet hat and the company of the very soft furries who inspired my success. I taste the first puffs of my cigar and sip some coffee while looking out over the garden. Penning words and sketching pictures underneath the shade of our Willow tree, time moves slowly and sweetly."

This was the perfect ending. What a peaceful and beautiful vision.


Delightful. The only question I have is the choice of clothing. Does the turquoise go with the purple?


Lovely story, full or pleasurable moments.

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