Monday, November 12, 2012

Lookin' for Love


Davey Crockett

King of the Wild Frontier

New family must be willing to provide roughly 20 years of unconditional love (give or take not much), and roughly half of your pillow at night.  You must also forgive him when he gnaws on your bare naked toes.

That's not much to ask, now is it? 

14 comments:

  1. Davey is so adorable! His new family will be very lucky to have him.

    I bet that is what one of my cats looked like when he was a kitten. I adopted him (or rather, he chose me) when he was 6+ months old.

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  2. Our Rusty looked awfully like that when he came to us. We had a brown tabby when I was a child called Davey, after Davey Crockett - we though he looked like his coonskin cap!

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  3. Not anywhere close to too much to ask!

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  4. Lita and the boys in MelbourneNovember 12, 2012 at 3:14 PM

    All right, post him to me then. What? Australia is too far away? Drats! I better look for a local orange kitty then :)

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  5. Handsome little dude...he will make someone a phenomenal kitty friend.

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  6. Oh my what a cutie pie. Davey doo is ready for his new bed.

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  7. Davey Crockett, King of Hearts!!

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  8. SOLD!!! How long will it take me to drive down from Toronto Ontario? I have 4 days off this week, will that be enough?

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  9. As king of the Wild Frontier, Davey is not asking nearly enough! Catnip, gushie fuds, belly rubs, toys, lots of toy and cuddles are also needed. If I wasn't in CT, I'd scoop him up!

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  10. He has such a cute little owl face! I hope he finds his home soonest!

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  11. OMC. Sheer, unadulterated cuteness!

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  12. I've got 10 whole toes.. I'm sure I could spare a toe or two for nibblin

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  13. My old yellow striped cat was named Davey Crocket. He lived to be 19. He was raised with several different doberman dogs and always thought he was one of them. This little fellow has a lot to live up to.
    maggie

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