Another jigsaw makes Heidi yawn:
It’s so boring – nothing to chase, so she’s off:
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Ha-ha…so typical of cats. Nice capture!
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Don’t you just love it! Heidi, is all cat. I’m trying desperately to varnish a small piece and before I know it, Keehan is on it with all that excess hair.
Her priorities are obviously not the same as your’s! My mother, who is moving home home shortly and is a jig-saw fanatic, has already stacked her puzzles ready for packing, along with her art stuff and her books!
I love jigsaw puzzles! I haven’t put one together in ages, but seeing your pictures makes me want to…
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Of course, she couldn’t go around your puzzle. I could never lay something like this out on my floor. It would quickly become a mess thanks to my Golden Retriever.
So very typical of cats, they always have to help with whatever you’re doing, don’t they?
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What a great set of ‘photos, Margaret! I love the way cats can be busybodies like that.
LOL! Yup, that’s the problem with puzzles on the floor and animals in the house.
Silly kitty! I really love your puzzle organizer, Margaret! I have never seen one like that here. I will have to look harder!
Very funny description of your cats thoughts!
She acts like my kids do when I get out the puzzles at Christmas! I love her dark tail–that’s quite an accessory
I haven’t done a puzzle in ages. That does seem typical of a cat.
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