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Title: I guess we knew it would ...I guess we knew it would happen some day with one of the cats. Yesterday Donna was in the kitchen when Calliope decided to leap off the loft to the kitchen floor. She landed behind Donna and gave he a fright. She seems fine though. She got right up, and walked over to the butterfly chair and laid in the sun for a while. Donna is not sure if she did it intentionally or fell. Calliope, Electra and sometimes Hamlet all like to walk on the banister around the loft. Calliope likes to hang a bit over the edge and look down too.
Title: My fur is slowly growing ...My fur is slowly growing back on my tummy. David still likes to rub it and kiss me there. Oddly I like it and let him, sometimes I even roll over to let him do it.
Last night was my night in the main house. At first I ran all around with Hamlet and we played. At one point Hamlet knocked over something downstairs and David and Donna both came running out to see what happened. I was good though, as I was laying in the window in the loft at the time.
David said he will be gone next week and Donna will be taking care of us. He will be flying out to the east coast. I think this is the first time he has not taken Leo with him. I think that is because Donna is not going though.
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