Shake My Paw

Full Name: Bach in Black
Nickname: Kegan
Home: Mom and Dad's Place
Birthday: 27 June 2002
Breed: Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie)

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Food: Mom's Homemade Dog Food
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Name: ~Marla
Home: Lee's Summit, Missouri, United States

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Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Cat Food

Yesterday I got to meet Betsy's cats. Can you say rotund? These were not cats, they were small tigers that have had lots of luck in the wild. I've heard rumors that Kade, the larger of the two will eat anything. After about two seconds it was quite apparent that if I sat in one place too long, he would make a meal of me.

Luckily, Mom intervened by throwing them some Tuna. It smelled quite tasty and I would have happily partaken of the feast had it not been for the two HUGE screaming felines going 90 miles an hour towards the food bowl. Sushi just seems to melt on my pallet and from the smell of it, this was some high quality fish. Happy to say that I survived and so did Mom; although I do wonder what she meant when she told them "we" would see them later.


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~Marla barked at 3:38 PM

Really cute blog. I laughed a lot thanks for writing it I will be back.
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By Blogger Judi Singleton, at 1:43 AM  

Hi Kegan!

Skyler and Quest here. Mom said we could use the 'puter long enough to leave you a message. We love your blog and hope to visit each day for updates. Thanks for visitng our Web site and also for signing our Guestbook. We think you're a COOL bi-black Sheltie! We have a cat too, he is a Manx. Ya know the kind with no tail. Weird, uh? Thankfully, he's a good guy. Well, woof at ya later.
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By Blogger Questy, at 11:31 AM  

Hi Kegan!
I hope you don't mind poodies leavin' you messages :) I think that if there were such a thing as tuxedo dogs, you'd definately fit the bill! I really like your bloggie and will try to visit again real soon! Oh and that tuna sounds great :)
-Timothy (www.timothydickens.com)

By Blogger Timmy, at 9:25 AM  

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