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Old 01-06-2008, 11:06 AM   #1
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Default A Little Cattitude for ya

My latest. Feels good to be on the saw again. I hope that anyone who's ever been owned by a cat recognizes this look. It's entitled "Cattitude" and cut at 8 X 10. It contained 185 cuts total. I'm not sure what the wood is, it came from my stack of cigar box tops. It looks to be some sort of maple ply.
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Very nice Kevin! Boy, do I know that look
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I've seen that look more than once.
Nice pattern and cutting. Glad you're back
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Nice cutting. Somehow the small image conveys the look better (most likely due to distance from screen), and yes, I have seen that look before.

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Great Kevin! I DO know that look well - it means I'm 5 minutes late for treat time! Well done!
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Hehehe, ya can tell who's owned by cats around here. Thanks for the kind words folks.
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Nice work Kevin. I used to ignore that look from my 25lb., 23 year old cat BUD. Now he has learned to howl OOUUTT till I pay attention. I am dead serious. It is spooky.

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That's a great testament to you Tom to the care and attention you've given your cat #1 that he's 23yrs old...and #2 that you're intelligent enough to understand him. (my first Maine Coon was 26 lbs -I sure do miss him)

Cat's have to spend a lot of time training us humans and I'm sure it must be frustrating for some of them when their "people" don't learn as fast as they think they should (do I sound well trained or what!)
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Great cutting Kevin, real tedious work....MIKE
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