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A new use for a Perazzi case

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Jerry944t, May 24, 2009.

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  1. Jerry944t

    Jerry944t Well-Known Member

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    Well either the gun has to find a new home (the case is a bit ragged) or "Peaches" is going to have to make a new nest.

    I thought the pet lovers might enjoy this photo.
     
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    Jerry944t Well-Known Member

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    Seriously EE, thanks for the character revealing reply.

    What's the old saying? "Better to be thought of as a J.O. than typing your thoughts and removing all doubts."
     
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    Jer. My long hair persian rests on my drawer tray at myleft. Not all day, but enough to bond. Great little animals. My cat is the one without a nose. You know the type.

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    Yep MIA they always find the funniest places to nest. My wife bought a fancy padded cat bed and they ignore it. Leave a cardboard box around and instant cat bed.

    Nice looking cat. How do you keep her/him from getting matted? I am doing battle with that problem now since Peaches is a long haired Maine Coon cat.
     
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    Jer. Aw man, what a chalenge. Let me see if I can find some before and after pics.
     
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    This in a "mid" state. She has to be clipped every two months. Sedn me your email address and I will get yo off a pic of the stuff that does the job. My cat is a "hair-makin-machine"

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    This is sheedding that collects under the keys of my keyboard

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    Jer. The trick is to "half-clip" the mat. Do not go all the way to near her skin. If you half clip it the next day it falls out by it self and the hair/fur can be trimmed normally.
     
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