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Milo!

Ocalatony

Savannah Child
#11
I don't think those characteristics are unique to a specific breed, both my Highlanders and Savannahs are intelligent, confident, curious, and get along with my dogs, although my Savannahs are more stubborn and persistent when they want to get their easy, whereas my Highlanders are more laid back and easy going.
That’s funny regarding the stubbornness. That’s also one of Milo’s characteristics as well.

I take him walking on a leash a couple times a day, for over two years, but it will never be like walking a dog. :)


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Hippy

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#12
That is one cool cat.. With a cool name..
Great pics keep them coming

Here is buddy milo ;) he is a male f3c@ 19 lbs


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Hippy

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#13
Let me add they get along with the bogs other cats and the chickens too lol


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Ocalatony

Savannah Child
#14
That is one cool cat.. With a cool name..
Great pics keep them coming

Here is buddy milo ;) he is a male f3c@ 19 lbs


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Buddy Milo wow! Beautiful animal!

I’d have to say he resembles my Milo :)


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Ocalatony

Savannah Child
#15
That is one cool cat.. With a cool name..
Great pics keep them coming

Here is buddy milo ;) he is a male f3c@ 19 lbs


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Buddy Milo wow! Beautiful animal!

I’d have to say he resembles my Milo :)


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Except for the ears of course, my Milo doesn’t have the servile ears, in fact, his ears are shorter than most domestic cats ears.

They look good on him though!


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Ocalatony

Savannah Child
#16
Let me add they get along with the bogs other cats and the chickens too lol


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That’s REALLY impressive.

Milo’s really aggressive with anything other than dogs, and ONE female cat that lives with us.

Here’s a pic of Milo trying to get a squirrel. Of course I would never let that happen.

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Hippy

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#17
That stance is bad@zz

Thanks for sharing those pics

I did notice his ears..
He looks so much more in mass than my male
Milo runs at least 3 hours a day on his Farris wheel
He is solid but doesn't look like your milo..

Would love to meet him ;)

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Ocalatony

Savannah Child
#18
Here’s a couple pics from pulling in the yard.

No, I don’t let Milo lay across the dash when I’m driving. :)

He’ll move around the cab of the truck, just like a dog, to keep his eyes on whatever game he spots while we’re driving.





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