February 24th 2013 5:25 pm
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I've got to get busy and finish up my dreamboat list before the end of the month. I might run over a little into March. But today, I'm completing my Angel Dreamboat list with the following handsome angels.
Angel Dreamboat #41a is the orangie with the very kissable face - meet Charlie! Charlie appeared out of the bushes one day and found his forever home. He had quite the knack of losing collars, and he was also a gardener who liked helping or chillaxin on his bench. I love Charlie's final resting place. He was a champion kneader, and enjoyed air kneading. Charlie also had a spectacular tail! Congrats on becoming an Angel Dreamboat, Charlie.
Angel Dreamboat #41b is the friendly Nigel. When I say friendly, I mean friendly! Take a look at this picture! I've never seen a cat chillaxin with a prairie dog before! Nigel had beautiful eyes, and he loved chicken! He is greatly missed by his family, but I think he is a busy angel taking care of all the small creatures who journey to the bridge. Congratulations on being Angel Dreamboat #41b, Nigel!
Angel Dreamboat #41c is the orangie with the beautiful fur - meet Firestar! Have you ever seen such pawsome fur markings? The angel girlcats must go crazy for this boy! Firestar was a porch kitty who loved chillaxin in the grass. Unfortunately, he had a sad journey to the bridge, but I think he is enjoying being a guardian angel to watch over other stray kitties. I'm honored to have you on my list, Firestar.
Angel Dreamboat #42a is the boy with the beautiful green eyes. Meet Big Head! Don't you love his white whisker? Stinker, as he was affectionately called, was the patrol cat who would check out the property every 2-4 hours. Every family needs a guard cat, and he took his job very seriously! He loved sleeping on his Dad's lap. I'm sure he is the head guard cat at the bridge! Congratulations, Big Head, on becoming an angel dreamboat!
Angel Dreamboat #42b is another handsome black boy - meet Inky. Inky knew the secret to a long life and journeyed to the bridge when he was 21. Inky was quite a dancer, and I have a feeling he has his own studio at the bridge. Inky had a very interesting skill - he was a self petter! He would come very close to his Mommy to get some pets, but not close enough to actually get them - instead he would rub against anything nearby - becoming a self petter - MOL! Inky was a smart boy, and loved his furmom, Pee, with whom he lived. She always took good care of Inky, and is probably still taking care of him at the bridge. Congrats on being an angel dreamboat, Inky!
Please visit these handsome angels and ask them to be friends!
Such handsome angels. Oh Samoa, I don't want these list to end, I am enjoying seeing these lovelies every day!
I'm glad you're enjoying these handsome mancats, Mrs. Murphy! I still have more on my list for this year.
Such purrty angels...um, we meant handsome angel-dreamboats.
(We need to get meowmy to bed, almost 1am...after a way too busy evening at the nursing home...)
You picked some pawsome angel dreamboats!