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He is beautiful! Rotties are my most favorite breed. Although Heidi, my girl, is going through a really bad stage where she thinks if she can see it on the counter or table it is fair game. Makes me sooooo mad!
Here's our little furbaby - Precious! Someone had dropped her off near my Mom's place, and since they knew I was looking for a kitty they brought her up to me. I met DH shortly afterwards, and she quickly became his cat.
He is beautiful! Rotties are my most favorite breed. Although Heidi, my girl, is going through a really bad stage where she thinks if she can see it on the counter or table it is fair game. Makes me sooooo mad![/b]
Wow! I hope you can break that one soon. Otherwise, you'll have a small horse trying to get on the counters. Baha's my third rotty....all the son of the one before, I don't know if it'll continue tho.
And that's not even 1/3 of our collection. DH & I both love to watch movies and what you see in the pic is a portion of one of the shelves, and we have 2 separate shelving units. We're such packrats when it comes to movies . . . but we do watch them over & over too.
Kimberley, your kittys are so cute! I do love the pic of them curled up together.
I'm pretty sure DH & I could be considered as having a DVD addiction too! Would you believe that when we moved in together we had over 30 identical movies? We both ended up taking a lot of movies into work and giving them to co-workers. And I won't get into the 4 coffee pots between us, plus the blenders, toasters, furniture, etc. Let's just say it was a "challenge" consolidating households.