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Log cabin quilted pillow and 2 cats

Posted by biwako_of_abi (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 19, 06 at 22:10

I made two of these pillows at least 11 years ago and they are still going strong. Log cabin on both sides. Siphon's pose is the reason I love this picture. The dark cat down to the right is Rosie. Though they love soft places, they seldom get up on the fat sofa pillows.

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RE: Log cabin quilted pillow and 2 cats

I know cats are limber and that's very limber cat.


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RE: Log cabin quilted pillow and 2 cats

Just like cats, there know the best places to plop themselved down... mine do the same thing.


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Love those cats, nice pillow too!
Karen L


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That is a prize winning photo if I ever saw one. Great pillow too!


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Nice cat magnet. :-)
Kay


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Yep. There are lots of cat magnets in our house, and since one cat is orange and white and the other is dark, they can leave noticeable fur on any color! lol But I don't mind. As the Japanese sometimes say of children, I love them so much that I could stick them in my eyes and they wouldn't hurt. Good thing I never had human kids. Who knows how badly I might have spoiled them! On second thought, I think I wouldn't have, but I will always spoil cats. It is very hard to bend a cat to your will.


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